Are you looking for a way to add highlights to your hair without damaging your hair? If so, hair lightening sprays that lighten hair gradually are an excellent choice.
They will give you natural highlights, and they aren’t harsh on your hair like bleach is. The good news is that you can make your hair lightening spray from natural ingredients, which is even better for your hair.
In fact, making your spray is easy and budget-friendly too. Check your cupboards, and you’ll probably find that you have the ingredients in your home already.
Here’s a look at the directions for making your natural, hair lighting spray for beautiful, natural highlights.
For those of you who have questions about whether or not it is safe to lighten your hair with 3% peroxide, Yes, it is safe to use this solution! But be sure to moisturize your hair once or twice a week too, because the lightening will dry it out a bit.
- 1/2 cup distilled water
- 1/4 cup 3% solution hydrogen peroxide
- 1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 cup chamomile tea left to steep until it’s strong
- A spray bottle
Make a half a cup of chamomile tea and allow it to be steep until you have a very strong tea. Ensure that you have a spray bottle as well, which you can place the spray in to make it easy to spray the mixture on your hair.
Once you have all the ingredients, put all your ingredients into your spray bottle and gently stir the ingredients until everything is thoroughly mixed.
How To use:
- After washing your hair and drying it a bit with a towel, spray directly on your hair. Either all over or in small sections for targeted highlights.
- Comb through. Leave on for one hour, then rinse and shampoo as usual.
- For expedited highlights, blow dry your hair while the spray is still on it, or sit in the sun while your hair air dries. The heat will speed the lightening process.
- You will need to use the spray several times before you start noticing results. However, if you use heat to style your hair, such as a blow dryer or a flatiron, you will probably see results a bit quicker.
Stuff to Know:
- This highlighter is recommended only for hair that is its natural color or has been colored only with natural products, such as henna or herbs.
- If your hair is naturally dark brown or black, then this spray will give you highlights, but they’ll be brown or ginger, not blond.
- If your hair has been chemically treated or if you go to a salon for highlights or coloring, please talk with your stylist first. You definitely don’t want to create any adverse reactions.
- Spot test any products or ingredients before using any homemade products on your face, head, or body, especially if you have sensitive skin or are prone to irritation and/or allergies.
- If you want to go more than three shades above your natural color, then it’s always best to visit a stylist.
- In general, each of the homemade products here should be stored the fridge for 3-4 weeks
I have used drugstore 3% Hydrogen peroxide for 10 years and it works well . I put 4 caps of peroxide to 4 caps warm tap water and mix. I put it on wet but towel dry hair . I start at the roots and dab a soaked makeup pad all over the root area. I brush my hair over to one side and get the hidden and darker parts…and work my way to the other side of my head . If needed I make another batch to finish. I let my hair dry naturally whole I sit with my coffee on the weekend when I have time. I then wash/condition and go. My hair is never dry feeling and if it isnt lightened enough in one session I do it again . The first time I did this I had a light coppery tone on the darker areas so I did again the next day and the copper disappeared . I am naturally dirty blonde but like my hair lighter baby blonde with some areas of darker blonde tones . I will never spend money at a salon again for colour as this works beautifully for me personally. My gf did this but her coarser and naturally darker hair got very dry and broke . I would test any new hair product on a small inconspicuous area first.
I’m allergic to the chamomile. Can I just leave it out or is there an alternative I could use? Also, will really cause you to be gray if you use it on brown or black hair?
You should be careful when applying peroxide and lemon and sit on the sun!! please!!! that’s crazy!
Hello mam.I like u r page its is v imp for us homeready products is v cheap and giving good.
Result.mam I have greay hair and I m so worried about it plz uplaod any easy home made tip
I dnt want to use Henna or any hair clr I have use already hair clr bt bow a day
My hair is going rough aud unb shiny plz plz tell me what can I do?I wl thankful for you.
Does it gets into hair fall coz I am already suffering from it but thanx to ur hair masks it’s getting recovered now.can I go through with this.plz reply
Just wait till your hair has fully recovered and you can try using this mixture and see how it goes for you.
Hi my I’m worried to colour my gray hair because everybody says it will gray all my hair is that true? If it’s true is there any natural hair colour for black or dark brown hair? What about henna is it good hair colour treatment?
you can try using henna to color your hair
I use it long time ago and it it very useful. 🙂