In the mood to spice up your hair game, but don’t want to break the bank? Don’t sweat it, we’ve got you covered.
With the right kind of tea, we’ll show you how to achieve highlights without spending a fortune or using harmful chemicals. Everyone’s hair is different so we’ve divided this process up into two categories: chamomile and black tea.
Black tea is ideal for low lights and brunette hair. For this process, you’ll want to steep five tea bags in hot water for about five minutes. After the tea has cooled, pour the tea over your head and let the tea soak in. For a much richer look, you can wear a shower cap and leave the rinse on for a maximum of one hour. After rinsing the tea out, voila, you’re done.
Chamomile tea is ideal for highlights and blonde hair. For this process, wet to damp hair is ideal. After brewing a tea pot of chamomile, pour the cool tea over your wet hair. In order to let the tea set, wrap a towel around your hair for 10 minutes. After removing the towel, air dry your hair in the sun to achieve your maximum highlighting potential.