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How to highlight brown hair without it Orange

Posted on Sunday, February 17, 2013 | 1 Comment

Highlighting brown hair with chemical dyes can be tricky. Commercial dyes can often leave brown orange hair and brassy, especially if you choose the wrong color for the hair or leave the dye in a long time. In addition, chemical dyes can leave hair brittle and rough. Damage only adds the copper colour, making the vital proper hair care for using chemical dyes. 

Another way to highlight brown hair is to use natural substances. Vinegar apple cider, lemon juice and cinnamon are sweet and cheap, and it left natural-mirada stands out.

Mix about a half-cup of lemon juice with half a cup of vinegar for very long hair. Medium and short hair, half or quarter the recipe. Add enough cinnamon to form a thin paste. The lemon juice will draw natural blond highlights, while the vinegar and cinnamon will bring out reds and Browns.

Wash and condition the hair in the usual way, and dry it with a cloth and very slightly. Pick up a small amount of paste and apply to the roots of the hair near the hairline. Roll out the pasta over the rest of their roots, then smear paste evenly for the rest of the hair.

Wrap the hair in a loose bun and put on a shower Cap allow joint paste four to eight hours, sleep with the shower CAP if it is convenient. Remove the shower CAP and comb hair to remove most of the dry pasta.

Remove the rest of the dough with warm water, wet the hair completely. Apply a hair conditioner leave-in from the ends to the roots for extra shine and help to submit any residual odor of vinegar. Dry hair as usual. If the lights are not as bright as you like, reapply paste every week until you get the desired color.


  1. Hair conditioners are good for the hairs because i observe so many positive improvements in my hairs after using the hair conditioners thanks


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