Here's one of the best ombres I've ever seen. And I'll tell you why. Not only is the base color of her hair, natural or not, it is rich and vibrant and slowly and seamlessly melds into the gently brightening pale blonde. Let me add further that not all of the underbelly of the hair has been lightened. Only particular peekaboo sections have been carefully crafted.
How to naturally fade scars: First, open up pores with hot water. Next, use a scrub to deep clean your skin. Soak a small cotton ball with lemon juice and run the cotton ball all over your face for an entirely brighter complexion, or concentrate on trouble spots to lighten them. Do not rinse. The lemon juice will also help stop current break-outs and prevent future ones.
DIY Tea Spa: Tea is a natural hair color booster that can function as a rinse to bring out highlights in dyed or undyed hair. Chamomile revitalizes golden highlights in blond hair, black tea perks up brunettes, and berry or red teas add oomph to auburn or red hair. Prepare eight ounces, let it cool, then saturate your strands with the solution. Put on a shower cap and wait for 15 to 30 minutes, then rinse with water.