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Naturally, Lighten Your Hair without Paying a Fortune

Looking to hit a few lighter shades this spring? We can help you. You would be surprised to know that the answers to your wishes are hidden in your kitchen cabinet. Time to say goodbye to harsh chemicals and use some natural techniques to enhance the beauty of your magnificent tresses.


Dying your hair over and over can cause some serious hair damage, and it’s not a secret. It is always recommended that you consider dying your hair through natural means rather than using harmful chemicals. Here are five ways to naturally lighten your hair this summer.


1. Honey



Source: https://blog.frontiersin.org/2019/12/04/manuka-honey-sandwich-fighting-infections/


While you might think that hair and honey make a sticky combination, the reality is sweeter than that. Honey is often used as a hair softener and to create subtle lighter locks. The best way to use honey is by adding some water and then applying it to your hair. You can use it with your hair conditioner as well for maximizing the softening effect and then wash your hair after an hour or so. Take it from us, your hair will be light and shinier than ever.


2. Cinnamon



Source: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/10-proven-benefits-of-cinnamon#section1


It might come as a surprise to many of you, but cinnamon has hair-lightening properties and is one of the best smelling options on the list. You can mix two to three tbsp of cinnamon with your hair conditioner and apply it to your damp hair. Rinse it after a few hours or leave it overnight by putting on a shower cap.


3. Lemon



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Lemon juice is one of the most effective hair-lightening substances. Women have been using it for hundreds of years, and it still works. Using lemon on your hair will give you light brown or dark blonde hair without leaving any reddish tones.


4. Rhubarb



Source: https://foodal.com/knowledge/paleo/rhubarb/


For those of you who don’t know what rhubarb is, it’s a hybrid between a vegetable and a fruit. The plant has a rich history of being used in cosmetics and medicines. This is an ancient plant used all over the world as a hair-lightening agent for light brown or blonde hair. It has a high concentration of oxalic acid that serves as a fixative.

If you don’t have rhubarb at home, you can easily find it at your local farmer’s market or health store. You can also contact nearby haircut places, they might have a few.


5. Vitamin C



Source: https://www.allaboutvision.com/nutrition/vitamin_c.htm


Not color but important. Vitamin C is very important for your hair growth. It has several key benefits, such as protecting your hair from free radicals, increasing hair growth, and strengthening your hair. Vitamin C has great anti-oxidant properties as well.

You can use ordinary Vitamin C tablets and crush them into a fine powder. Use the powder with your shampoo to lather your head. Once you have used the mixture on your entire head, use a shower cap, and wait for at least an hour before rinsing it off.



Expert Hairstyling Consultation

It is always recommended that you consider an expert’s opinion and advice. Our hairstylists at Krisspi are always available to entertain your concerns and queries. If you are looking for a professional hairstylist for men, women, kids or haircut salon, feel free to call us or visit our website.

Krisspi is an On-Demand hair services company. Krisspi is like “Uber” for barbers and hairstylists. Our App is available in both iTunes and Google Play. You can also book your appointment on the web at www.krisspi.com/booknow


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