Black Walnuts to dye hair? How can i remove red tones without using chemicals?

kashlykashly Posts: 57Registered Users
Has anyone used black walnuts to dye hair darker? If not, any tips on how to dye hair darker and/or remove red tones from brown hair without using chemicals? Any advice will help :/ Thanks!
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  • GretchenGretchen Administrator Posts: 10,423Administrators, Moderators Administrator
    Here's a short piece we did about coloring hair with walnuts!

    Gretchen
    NaturallyCurly.com co-founder
    3A

    You are beautiful!
  • Jelly.ViJelly.Vi Posts: 103Registered Users
    kashly wrote: »
    Has anyone used black walnuts to dye hair darker? If not, any tips on how to dye hair darker and/or remove red tones from brown hair without using chemicals? Any advice will help :/ Thanks!

    ive been looking for a solution after having pumkin orange>auburn/strawberry blonde hair. I never wanted the reds, but after a bad bleaching, i just dumped a strawberryblonde/auburn in there, not realising how hard it is to get out. Now for the past 2 years ive been 'if you cant beat em join em'. FINALLY, i decided i just cant take it anymore, i like warm tones, but not retouching roots. So now, im going for a light brown, and refuse to have red undertones.

    I know you said you didnt want to use chemicals, but i doubt theres a way around it. It seems like any stain, or quick fix, will either fade, thus showing through, or just not do it.

    Im going to try adding this to a ash (cool tone) hair dye, as well as using it in a DT conditioner after if the red hasnt lifted. Some people say it works for em, and the product seems to have some good reviews...

    http://www.sallybeauty.com/Unred-Colo-Drabber/ARDELL17,default,pd.html?cm_vc=SEARCH

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