• Homemade Hair Highlights

    Homemade Hair Highlights
    Highlights for Brunettes
    1 potato, unpeeled
    Cook an unpeeled potato in boiling water. Cool slightly. Dip a pastry brush in the water, cover and saturate hair, being careful not to get any on skin. Leave on hair for 20 minutes then rinse out.
    Highlights for Blondes
    ˝ cup chamomile tea
    Steep chamomile tea in one quart of boiling water . Strain and cool slightly. Shampoo hair until oil free, then rinse with the tea infusion.
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    Comments 3 Comments
    1. FibroFogBrain77's Avatar
      FibroFogBrain77 -
      Do you have a recipe for redheads? Thanks
    1. frogger91's Avatar
      frogger91 -
      going to try this. thank you
    1. Finlayson's Avatar
      Finlayson -
      Has anyone tried this ?


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