5 Home remedies to deal with grey hair

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Web Desk: Grey hairs are supposed to be a sign of wisdom or old age but now this problem has become more common in youth.

Our hair contains natural pigment called melanin. Grey hair in every young age warns you about less pigment in the hair. Usually, genetics, hormones and environmental pollutants speed up the graying process.

There are many dyes products in the market to cover gray hair, but harsh chemicals used in these dyes can damage your hair.

Henna

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-Stylecraze

Henna can e used to maintain your hair color at least once in a week.

Mix powdered henna with lemon juice, vinegar and cloves or fragrant oils together and make a paste with the help of water. You can try these simple home remedies to deal with your grey hair.

Tea

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-Stylecraze

Tea can be used to maintain and restore your hair color. Black teas are the best for darker hues and chamomile for blondes.

Dip 3 to 5 teabags in two cups of boiling water then apply it on your clean and wetted hair. You can also mix it with conditioner. Leave it for an hour then wash it. Repeat the process at least once a week.

Beet, carrot and Lemon juice

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-Love & zest

Beet, carrot or lemon juice can be used to restore your vibrant highlights. Beets are for darker red, carrots for softer orange and lemon for golden blonde.

Mix 1 cup of juice with your conditioner or coconut oil, then massage into hair. Leave it for 1 hour then wash it.

Potato skins

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-YouTube

Potato skin is a natural hair-darkening dye. Boil two cups of water with one cup of potato skin for at least 25 minutes, let the water cool down. Then part your hair into several sections. Pour the liquid. Rinse your hair with cool water after sometime.

You can repeat the process regularly until you get the desired colour.

Coffee

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-Livestrong

Coffee can be used for black and brown hair. Mix strong coffee in a cup of coffee then add hair conditioner. Apply it on your hair for one hour. You can repeat the process until you achieve the desired colour.

Source: Naturallivingideas