In Ayurveda, Hibiscus (Jaswand) is known for healthy hair. Hibiscus promotes hair growth, stops hairfall, and delays premature graying. For henna hibiscus is used for a burgandy to black cherry color on hair and helps to aid in a faster henna dye release. As a drinkable tea, hibiscus is a natural body coolant and makes a great refreshing drink. Even better is using hibiscus powder in a tea rinse for hair!
Hair Color Boosters Whether you color-treat your hair or flaunt your locks' natural hue, you can always get a bit more vibrance and shine with a bit of help from what's in your pantry. With a few key ingredients -- and few minutes a week -- you can add some oomph to your do using temporary color-intensifying glosses for blondes, redheads, and brunettes, no harsh dyes or chemicals required.
Color booster for brunettes: Whip 1/2 cup cocoa powder, 1/2 cup plain yogurt, 1 teaspoon honey, and 1 teaspoon apple-cider vinegar into a paste. Shampoo hair, squeeze out the water, and apply the mask. Keep it on for 2 to 3 minutes. I'm doing this this weekend, but leaving it on for a few hours to naturally dye my hair brunette :) have read great things from people who've tried it! Ooooohhh!!
Natural Hair Dye Methods – How to Dye Your Hair All Naturally Coffee-Strongly brewed black coffee can act as a darkening hair rinse. Black Tea- acts as a stain to darken your hair color. Beet Juice, Carrot Juice-can be used to add red tints to your current color