Nobody likes stagnation. We are constantly looking for new ways to improve our look. It seems that the thing we change most often is our hair. To refresh and lighten our hairstyle we do not have to make an appointment with your hairdresser anymore. It can be successfully done in your own house with the use of simple natural methods. No chemical bleach involved.
Camomile has a very strong lightening properties. It can be used a few times a week without any harm to the hair structure. It will not only make your hair look lighter but also stronger.
After 3 uses of this solution your curls will be 2 shades lighter than before. It is a great way to bring out the natural highlights of your hair, adding extra dimension and volume. To prepare the solution it is very easy. Take a pan of boiling water, add at least 5 bags of camomile tea into it and wait until it cools down. Then pour it into a spray bottle and mist your hair with it until it gets damp. Leave it on for about 20 min and rinse it well with clean water.
Another natural bleach we can find in our kitchen is beer. It may not necessarily be the best for our waistline but it can be a great tool to change the hair colour. Wet your hair with the golden liquid, wrap it up with a shower cap, and leave it on for half an hour. Wash it with your regular shampoo to get rid of the smell of it. Use it at least once a week to get a visible result.
Lemon cannot only lighten your skin curing post acne condition but it may be very beneficial for your hair. All you need to do is to rub lemon juice directly onto your hair, starting from roots down to the ends. It may be quite time consuming but it is definitely worth the effort. Your hair will be shiny and a few shades lighter.
What you would like to avoid is to bleach your curls with hydrogen peroxide. It damages the hair, making it very dry and breakable. Additionally, it is so harsh and strong that we can never predict what colour we are going to get.
Whichever method you choose, bear in mind that beautiful hair is healthy hair.