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kayla

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I prefer to have my hair a few shades darker than my natural color but i hate damaging my hair with store bought hair dyes. Are there any natural methods of hair coloring? I've heard of people using henna. Has anyone used that before?
 

rain

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I tried to use the henna before. It was like coating my hair with cow manure. 5 minutes into it i decided that it was way too messy and there was no way i was going to leave that stuff on my head for a full hour. I washed it off and went to the store to buy regular hair dye.
 

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You might want to just go to a salon that uses less harmful products like Aveda. They are made from mostly natural ingredients and would be better on your hair than the store bought stuff.
 

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There are other things you can do to color your hair. If you are going for brunette, wash your hair with a rinse of coffee or black tea. Pour the rinse through your hair 15 times, re-rinsing with the same liquid. On the final rinse, wring hair, and leave for 15 minutes before rinsing with clear water. To go blonde mix a tbls of lemon juice in a gallon of water and use the same rinse process. Make a strong tea of rosehips or cloves to go red.
 

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