How to Naturally Lighten Hair Without Damaging it

Naturally lighten any colour hair with very inexpensive products, most that you can find in your kitchen.

First off you are going too need some camomile tea of any sort. I recommend the twinnings camomile tea with honey and vanilla for a great result.


You are going to need too start by brewing your tea as you normally would but make sure you DO NOT put this straight onto your hair, let it cool so it is warm but not hot.

Twining Camomile Tea in Kcup

Then you are going to want to add 2-3 tablespoons of honey or just a few good squirts into your tea and mix whilst the tea is warm until the honey is almost entirely dissolved.


Next you are going to have too add half a teaspoon of vanilla extract too the mix


give your mixture a quick stir and then add the juice of half a lemon


After you have done this give your mix a stir and then your done!

Applying the lightening treatment

Too apply your lightening treatment you can either dip your fingers into the mixture and slather it onto your hair or you can apply it with some sort of brush. This step is a little messy so i recommend placing a towel on the ground to your floor doesn’t become all sticky and gross.

You are then going to want too wrap your wet hair up into a towel and leave it for 10-15 minutes.

Then go ahead and shower and wash your hair as you normally do making sure you clean out the mixture well.

for the best results you should repeat this process a few times over the course of the week. The more times you do it and the longer you leave it the lighter it becomes.

thanks for reading and let me know how it goes.

Love Caitlin

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