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DIY Natural Highlights at Home

Want to know how to do natural highlights at home? If you want to know how to highlight hair naturally, then try these hair highlight ideas.

DIY Natural Highlights at Home

DIY Natural Highlights at Home

Is your hair single toned, and you’d like to spice up your image by dying your hair in highlights? If yes, scroll through this page and discover the possibilities on ways to dye your hair naturally!

All are very easy and cheap! Try these DIY highlights today!

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Lemon Juice

No, forget the bottled stuff! Even if it’s organic, juice from freshly cut lemons always works better.

Dilute 2 tablespoons of fresh lemon juice with 1/4 of a tablespoon of water from the tap. Then, take a cotton ball, dip it in the solution, take a strand of hair, and slide the soaked cotton ball through it. Continue doing this to several strands of hair, spacing them evenly.

Now, go under the sun, until your hair completely dries.

Chamomile Tea

Brew a cup of natural chamomile tea, and once it cools, either poor it all over your hair, or just like with the lemon juice, simply apply to separate strands of hair.

Next, sit outside, under the sun until your hair dries.

Baking Soda

Mix baking soda with just enough water until that it becomes a paste. Apply to hair, leave it on for half an hour (or longer, depending on the shade of the highlight you prefer), and then wash it out.

Apple Cider Vinegar

This method will leave your hair with a natural reddish color.
Mix ACV and tap water 50/50, and apply onto your hair just as you would with the chamomile tea.

Salt

Remember how the ocean water lightens your hair? Salt does the trick!

Mix 1/2 tablespoon salt with 1 cup of water, and apply to hair. Go out under the sun, and after half an hour wash it all off.

Honey And Olive Oil

This method will slightly lighten your hair, leaving it nice and smooth.

Mix 1/4 cup of olive oil with 1/4 cup honey. Mix well, and apply to your hair. Leave on for an hour, and then wash out thoroughly.

Enjoy your natural highlights!

Want to see honey in action? Then watch this video tutorial from AndreasChoice:

What do you think of these natural hair highlight ideas? Let us know in the comments section what your thoughts are on how to do DIY hair highlights at home. Which one will you try?

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Originally posted on January 6, 2016 @ 2:00 AM

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