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How To Eliminate Gray Hair

Updated on April 6, 2015


How To Eliminate Gray Hair
How To Eliminate Gray Hair

How To Eliminate Gray Hair

When it starts to appear gray hair or white, then concerns arise, one of which is to be considered old. For most people, it can be confusing to hide the color that is identical with white or gray.

There are several ways that can be done, so that gray hair does not interfere with your performance.

Hair Dye

Hair dye lot to grow and continue to have a new variant. Personal appearance is of particular concern for everyone to look attractive. Many hair dyes are quite promising and ensure there is no damage to the hair, so it can provide nutrients to the hair. To maintain healthy hair, need special shampoo for hair coloring.

Henna and Amla

Who does not know the benefits of henna for hair? Henna is a natural dye that is very good. Soak henna and amla powder overnight. Mix the eggs and oil hair in the morning in the marinade. Then, apply to hair and wrap until dry. Rinse your hair with shampoo.

Black Tea

Black tea is useful as a dye fairly strong, so it can be applied to the hair as a way to hide gray hair. Make the tea and let it cool. After washing hair, wet hair with tea made for half an hour. Rinse your hair with cold water. In addition, this tea as a good conditioner for hair.


Coffee is a good way to dye hair. Prepare coffee concoctions, let it cool and apply to hair and leave for 30 minutes. Rinse your hair with clean water and get the maximum results.


Besides edible and beneficial to the heart and brain, outer skin of walnuts also serves as an effective hair dye. Destroy walnut, boiled in boiling water and leave for 30 minutes. When cool, strain the liquid and apply to the hair root and use a cotton ball and leave it for about an hour and wash with shampoo using cold water.

Lemon and Curry

This leaves combination may sound strange, but it is a safe material for gray hair. Boil curry leaves in coconut oil. Store in a jar until needed. When ready to use, take the oil to a bowl and add 2-3 teaspoons fresh lemon juice. Apply to hair and leave for 1 hour and wash as usual.

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