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Review of Sun-In Hair Lightener on Light Brown Hair and Medium Blonde Hair

Updated on July 17, 2014
Review of Lemon Fresh Sun-In: Lightener for Hair. Sun-in Hair Lightener on Light Brown Hair: Before
Review of Lemon Fresh Sun-In: Lightener for Hair. Sun-in Hair Lightener on Light Brown Hair: Before
Sun-in Hair Lightener: After, Dark Blonde
Sun-in Hair Lightener: After, Dark Blonde

This hub is a review of Sun-In hair lightener on light brown hair and medium blonde hair, before and after. The purpose was to test how effective Sun-In is to lighten hair overall. For this study we used Sun-In Lemon Fresh and chose the blow dryer for development time.

The first subject, Anne, had light brown hair. After only one spray-in application with Sun-In, her hair took on a dark blonde appearance.

Her hair was lightened all over, and her natural highlights and lowlights become more apparent.

Anne was excited about the results and decided she will continue to use Sun-in to further lighten her hair with future applications.

If you think you will be using Sun-in often to lighten your hair, just keep a watch on your ends and deep condition your hair at least once every two weeks.

Sun-In Hair Lightener Before: Medium Blonde
Sun-In Hair Lightener Before: Medium Blonde
Sun-In Hair Lightener After: Light Blonde
Sun-In Hair Lightener After: Light Blonde

Rebecca, the second subject started with medium blonde hair. Her hair was lightened, but not dramatically. Her hair ended up being a light blonde color.

Rebecca stated that she noticed a small difference but that she was not satisfied with the results.

She was hoping for a color closer to platinum blonde. She also said she would continue to use the product in the hopes that she could further lighten it since there was a small difference to begin with.

In conclusion, Sun-In Lemon Fresh is effective as a lightener for hair, but do not expect dramatic results with one application. Lightening results are more likely to be closer to half a shade in difference.


  • Sun-in with Lemon is a good hair lightening option for teens whose parents will not allow them to dye their hair. This is a common beauty complaint with teens. With the spray lightener you can go lighter without making the process so obvious or drastic.

  • You can also use Sun-in to make highlighted chunks in your hair by covering all hair you do not want lightened under a large throw-away towel. Leaving only the chunks exposed above the towel will give you that geometric look.

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