How to Dye Your Hair Back to Its Natural Color
We have all been there...you know, that point where you're thinking, "What have I done to my hair?"
Over-processing hair can damage it horribly, so give your locks a break and grow out your natural hair color. If you bleach your hair, just dying it might not do the trick. Your hair may still appear damaged. Doing the following things may help:
- If your hair is a natural dark brown color, dye your hair with permanent dye that has golden tones to it. Use ammonia-free dye if you can.
- Buy a box of semi-permanent dye that is your exact hair color and use it over the previous dye.
- Now all you have to do is wait for your roots to grow out.
To enhance your natural color especially during warm months, either rinse black tea (brunette & black hair), chamomile tea (blonde hair), or cranberry juice (red hair) through your hair and sit in the sun. Don't forget to wash your hair afterwords.