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How to Naturally Bleach Your Hair with Household Products

Updated on June 18, 2012

DIY Hair Bleaching at Home

Items Needed:

Hydrogen Peroxide

Baking Soda

Honey- "Natural" works best

Small bowl/container to mix in

Hair coloring brush **optional, fingers work too!**

Aluminum foil


Mix Honey, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Baking Soda in your bowl. You want to mix enough baking soda and hydrogen peroxide to form a kind of paste, but it doesn't really matter if it is still liquidy. It has the same result. You want to use a couple spoonfuls of honey, but I always just eyeball it. Wait 15 minutes for the ingredients to react and set.

Stir your concoction a bit (to get out chunks and bubbles) and use coloring brush, or fingers, to cover hair you wish to bleach. Wrap treated hair in aluminum foil and wait about 20 minutes. The lighter you wish your hair to be, the longer you can wait.

Thanks! Have fun!


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      BeverlyS 3 years ago

      The key with using anykind of peroxide on hair is sunlight or heat. That is what makes it work

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      CrystalClear400 3 years ago

      Nope,i let it sit overnight in no color change.

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      Stacy 4 years ago

      It doesn't work!

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      Baikey 4 years ago

      Yeah it will

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      anonomous 5 years ago

      what are the results based on different colors of hair i have dark brown hair and i want my hait to come out almost platinum blond. will this make my hair that kind of color?