Dye Hair Naturally

The Most Natural & Non-Damaging Hair Dyes

The Most Natural & Non-Damaging Hair Dyes

Chemical dyes can be harsh on your hair, leaving it dry, dull and...

Natural Remedies to Make Hair Dye Lighter

Natural Remedies to Make Hair Dye Lighter

We've all been there before -- a bad dye job. If you wanted a light,...

At Home Ways to Naturally Fade Hair Dye

At Home Ways to Naturally Fade Hair Dye

Hair dye commercials make the idea of changing your hair color seem so...

How to Dye Hair Red With Tomato Juice

How to Dye Hair Red With Tomato Juice

If you want to go red the green way -- aka au naturale and without any...

How to Dye Hair Using Household Items

How to Dye Hair Using Household Items

You don't have to cover your hair with a bunch of horrible chemicals to...

Dye Hair Naturally Articles

What Is the Best Hair Dye for Dying Natural Brown Hair?

What Is the Best Hair Dye for Dying Natural Brown Hair?

Just because your hair is already a natural brown, doesn't mean you can't jazz it up with a different look that is a few shades lighter or darker. A dye should be easy to use regardless of hair type, but if you want to closely match your own...

The Most Natural & Non-Damaging Hair Dyes

The Most Natural & Non-Damaging Hair Dyes

Chemical dyes can be harsh on your hair, leaving it dry, dull and feeling like a pile of straw. But no matter the consequences, if you've got a head full of unattractive color, you still may want to dye your hair. Take a tip from women in the past...

Natural Remedies to Make Hair Dye Lighter

Natural Remedies to Make Hair Dye Lighter

We've all been there before -- a bad dye job. If you wanted a light, creamy brown or a dusty, light blond and ended up with locks a little bitter darker than you wanted, don't panic. Dyeing your hair at home often leads to color that's a tad too...

What Are the Benefits of a Hair Steamer?

What Are the Benefits of a Hair Steamer?

Moist water vapor penetrating your locks through the heat steamer translates directly into a mega moisture boost for your mane. Hair steamers work especially well for ladies with stressed hair, such as those who dye or relax locks and those...

How to Use Tea for Hair Dye

How to Use Tea for Hair Dye

Hair dye provides a versatile and easy way to change your entire look in just an hour or two. However, chemical dyes can leave your hair dry and stiff, give your hair brassy highlights and may be unsafe for pregnant women. The solution to this...

Cute Ways to Dye Hair Naturally

Cute Ways to Dye Hair Naturally

Changing your hair color does not have to mean heading to the salon and shelling out for a salon dye job. Whether you want to avoid the high cost of salons or you'd like a natural alternative to chemical-heavy hair dyes, dying your hair naturally...

How to Moisten Hair

How to Moisten Hair

Your hairstyle should make a statement, and if your hair is dry and brittle, that style is screaming "Save me!" Dry hair is a product of cheap styling products, bad dye jobs and excessive heat styling, but you don't have to be doomed to...

How to Find a Great Natural Hair Dye

How to Find a Great Natural Hair Dye

So you're ready for a hair change, and it's a natural hair dye you're interested in finding. Good for you! With all the harsh chemicals in standard at-home hair dyes, you're doing a great thing for your tresses by sticking with a natural dye....

At Home Ways to Naturally Fade Hair Dye

At Home Ways to Naturally Fade Hair Dye

Hair dye commercials make the idea of changing your hair color seem so tempting. While playing around with your hair color is loads of fun, sometimes impulsive dyeing is a bad idea and can leave you with a color so bad you won't want to leave the...

How to Dye Hair Red With Tomato Juice

How to Dye Hair Red With Tomato Juice

If you want to go red the green way -- aka au naturale and without any creepy chemicals -- opt for a vine-ripened solution with tomato juice. While tomatoes don't pack the same hair-altering punch that traditional dyes do, a splash of juice can...

How to Dye Your Hair Back to Its Natural Color

How to Dye Your Hair Back to Its Natural Color

Looking to hook back up with your old hair hue? Sure, that ruby red, buttery blonde or chocolate-y brunette was fun for a little while -- and who could blame you for falling under its stylish spell -- but what you and your original shade had was...

How to Dye Hair Using Household Items

How to Dye Hair Using Household Items

You don't have to cover your hair with a bunch of horrible chemicals to change its color. Spare your hair the damage and root around in your kitchen cupboard for some DIY color treatments instead. You won't be able to go from black to drastic...

How to Dye Your Hair Blonde Naturally

How to Dye Your Hair Blonde Naturally

Though chemical dyes color your hair quickly and easily, they often leave your hair dry and damaged. Chemical dyes may also give your hair an unflattering, brassy sheen. If you want to brighten your blonde locks or give yourself blonde highlights,...

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