Give You Hair color boost At Home
Hair color doesn’t stay salon-worthy forever, people. It loses its vibrancy, regrowth happens, and shades get altered from the sun. But, thanks to three tips, you can keep your hair color super shiny and stay ultra-bright, longer.
Give brown hair a boost with cocoa powder. According to Whole Living, a combination of cocoa powder, plain yogurt, honey and apple cider vinegar will give you a deeper, richer brown. I couldn’t test this one personally but if you can make bronzer lotion with cocoa powder why not try it in your hair?
Lemon + Chamomile
To warm up ashy blonde hair, try lemon and chamomile tea. Both have long been used as whitening agents for blonde hair. You can do a simple rinse by tilting your head back over the sink and pouring a cup of cooled tea combined with the juice of a lemon over clean, wet hair. Let sit for a couple of minutes and rinse. I also tried this brightening mask that combines tea and lemon with a grated potato. Yes, potato! Shampoo, apply to hair and blow dry hair on low for 2-3 minutes. Then rinse and style. This ended up being more work than I’d want to do on a regular basis but I loved how bright and shiny my hair ended up.
Raid the pantry
For apple cider vinegar, that is. Once a month, mix one part apple cider vinegar with three parts water, and use the mixture to rinse your strands after your natural shampoo and conditioner routine. The rinse will freshen highlights and boost shine by removing the dulling mineral buildup that’s accumulated on the hair shaft.
Swift to natural care
Using chemicals loaded hair care will not only damage your hair and your health but also make the hair color fade away quicker. Swift to all natural hair care to keep that smooth and healthy shine of the hair.