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How to Use Vinegar to Lighten Hair

by Style & Personal Care Editor eHow Fashion
You may have heard that vinegar can be used to clarify and condition hair. It is also a popular ingredient used to lighten hair at home. You don't need expensive salon coloring to achieve a lighter and brighter shade of hair when you can do it easily and inexpensively with vinegar.

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