Most women dye their hair regularly because they care about how their looks, but also because of the premature whitening of the hair. This last issue is mainly caused by stress. So, basically, when you are all stressed out, your body will block the absorption of nutrients and minerals and this way, your hair loses its natural pigment and becomes white.
Natural Hair Dye – Recipe
The commercial hair dyes are rich in chemical and toxic substances that can seriously affect your body. For this reason, most women are looking to use more natural products and methods to color their white hair.
The recipe presented below can be used to cleanse the hair and it’s going to gradually cover the grey hair. Moreover, this solution will make your hair shine and will also boost its growth.
– ¼ cup of sage leaves
– ¼ cup of rosemary leaves
– 1 cup of distilled water
If possible, you must use fresh plants. Pour the water in a pot and keep it on medium heat. When it’s boiling, you can add the plants. Turn off the heat and cover the pot and let the mixture soak for about 30 minutes. after that, strain the solution and let it cool.
How To Apply It
Wash your hair with a shampoo, then cleanse it with warm water. Put a big bowl in the sink, lean your head over it and gradually pour the sage and rosemary solution over your hair. Make sure you thoroughly massage the solution into the hair and clean the hair plentifully. You can put the solution from the bowl into a bottle and re-use it the next time you wash your hair. Don’t keep it more than 7 days.
Between 2 washing sessions, you can soak a cotton ball in this solution and apply it on the grey areas.
Those who have used this remedy have noticed a change in the hair color after a month of utilization. They have used it 1 to 3 times per week. So, as it’s the case with any natural remedy, you need patience . the sage and rosemary dye will not color your hair immediately like the commercial dyes, but it’s a much better and healthier solution.
Moreover, this home recipe is also extremely affordable, especially for those who can’t afford purchasing the expensive products that can be found in the supermarkets.