OMG i want ombre hair so bad but I feel like my mom won't let me and it's more of a summer thing i think

OMG i want ombre hair so bad but I feel like my mom won't let me and it's more of a summer thing i think

love great contouring :) and Im so pleased to share a beautiful highlight and contour before and after by ✨ Full steps below 1⃣Starting from the nostrils draw a line upwards past the lash line and extended almost to the hairline 2⃣Add contouring to areas you want to define and or slim down [cheekbones, nose, jawline, and chin] 3⃣Picture 4 shows the progress as you start to blend it helps to WORK FROM THE OUTSIDE IN- contouring along the hairline and jawline will…

love great contouring :) and Im so pleased to share a beautiful highlight and contour before and after by ✨ Full steps below 1⃣Starting from the nostrils draw a line upwards past the lash line and extended almost to the hairline 2⃣Add contouring to areas you want to define and or slim down [cheekbones, nose, jawline, and chin] 3⃣Picture 4 shows the progress as you start to blend it helps to WORK FROM THE OUTSIDE IN- contouring along the hairline and jawline will…

Squeeze a lemon and add baking soda until you make a thick creamy paste, leave on for up to 20min and rinse with cold water.

Squeeze a lemon and add baking soda until you make a thick creamy paste, leave on for up to 20min and rinse with cold water.

My great grandmother said that her mother used to do this. When she died she didn't have a gray hair. Teabagging your hair! Blondes: Chamomile; Red: Rooibos; Brunette: Black. Once a week, steep 2 tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes. Let the liquid cool to room temperature. Pour the mixture over wet, just-washed hair, rubbing it through the way you would shampoo. Leave the rinse on for 10 minutes; wash and condition to seal in the silky, glossy results.

My great grandmother said that her mother used to do this. When she died she didn't have a gray hair. Teabagging your hair! Blondes: Chamomile; Red: Rooibos; Brunette: Black. Once a week, steep 2 tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes. Let the liquid cool to room temperature. Pour the mixture over wet, just-washed hair, rubbing it through the way you would shampoo. Leave the rinse on for 10 minutes; wash and condition to seal in the silky, glossy results.

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