Natural hair dye gray coverage

Below are photographs of natural hair strands showing how they colour with henna, and how they intensify to darker shades after the indigo application. I'm afraid the photos don't do justice at all to the final end result colour - scroll down to the real life photos see what I mean. Also, please bear in mind that the henna used for these strand tests was mixed with part lemon juice and part water and therefore the henna colour is lighter than it would have been with a straight hot water mix.

The goal when covering gray is to look like you didn't. These tips can help make your new color look as natural as possible.

The down side of natural hair dye recipes is that they require more patience and persistence to get an effective result. You need to use these every day for a few weeks before you begin to see a difference. The good news is, if you have some extra minutes in the morning or evening to create your home recipes, this is a very affordable natural beauty solution!

These are natural colors and as such will create natural hues on your hair. They will not create artificial colors like hot pink, completely platinum blonde, or jet black (ok, so that isn’t a fake color, I just haven’t figured out how to do it…) The blonde/light recipes will actually permanently lighten hair since they naturally bleach it but the red and dark hues will leave a temporary tint for a few weeks (depending on how often you wash it). The sun will help set all the hues.

Chemicals in hair dye have been linked to a variety of very harmful effects. The use of hair dye has been linked to cancer, allergic reactions, and respiratory disorders. You also have to be careful of hair dyes marked as “natural” because they even contain hazardous chemicals such as resorcinol, ammonia or peroxide, and PPD, even if it is a reduced amount. PPD damages the DNA of human cells and often causes allergic reactions. Evidence has shown that those who use hair dye are at an increased risk of developing Hodgkin’s lymphoma, multiple myeloma, and leukemia.

All hair is different and may take longer to soak up color or maybe no time at all. Some hair grows faster while others just plug along slowly. Some colors of hair react differently to different colors. Here’s a list of herbs that work best for each hair color type.

Apply it to your dry hair and ma ke sure you cover all of it, from root to end. Cover your head with plastic wrap and leave it for 30 minutes

Gray is a popular hair color choice these days, but unless you're naturally blonde, it takes time, money, and dedication. If your hair is naturally black, expect multiple bleachings and weeks of waiting before you can get the color you want. While you’re likely to get better results going to a professional salon, it’s possible to dye black hair to gray at home.

" Thank you for such a great hair colour product and wishing you every success and many more customers. " Geraldine - December 22, 2015

Simply Natural, Unit 10A, Adelaide Court, Albert Road, Glenageary, , Ireland.

If your hair is not yet more than 10% gray, the quickest, easiest and most effective way to dye your hair naturally is with henna hair coloring.

Tags: natural, hair, dye, gray, coverage,

Foto - Using Natural Hair Dye to Cover Gray: 3 Things You Need to.:

natural hair dye gray coveragenatural hair dye gray coveragenatural hair dye gray coverage
Search
Menu:

The down side of natural hair dye recipes is that they require more patience and persistence to get an effective result. You need to use these every day for a few weeks before you begin to see a difference. The good news is, if you have some extra minutes in the morning or evening to create your home recipes, this is a very affordable natural beauty solution!