Natural hair dyes
Good Henna-dyeing for hair post. Some basics.
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!
Herbatint Color Chart. Herbatint is vegan and safe! Even though regular dyes are said to be safe, they contain harmful chemicals (many of which are linked to various cancers and other health issues) NO MORE AMMONIA NO MORE SMELL NO MORE PERFUME NO MORE ALCOHOL NO MORE PARABENS LESS PEROXIDE WITH A NATURAL RESULT 100% GREY COVER
Herbatint | Safe Hair Color | Natural Looking Hair Color | Safe Hair Dye | Ammonia Free Hair Color
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.
The At-Home Spa Guide - Whole Living Beauty
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!!
DIY Hair Treatments - Whole Living Beauty
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