Tea?

curlicarlycurlicarly Registered Users Posts: 242 Curl Connoisseur
Questions! I want to lighten my hair a little without drying it out with dye or anything. Does tea work on hair? Which ones bring out which colors? And how do you use it? Thanks :)
3b/c coarse, porous (I think), and THICK! Mod CG since: 10/11/08
Avoiding humectants and protein!

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  • RyanneRyanne Registered Users Posts: 686
    I don't know about tea, but honey can lighten hair.
  • curlicarlycurlicarly Registered Users Posts: 242 Curl Connoisseur
    Ryanne wrote: »
    I don't know about tea, but honey can lighten hair.

    how? honey rinses?
    3b/c coarse, porous (I think), and THICK! Mod CG since: 10/11/08
    Avoiding humectants and protein!
  • susancnwsusancnw Registered Users Posts: 1,374 Curl Novice
    Rosemary tea darkens it.
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  • RyanneRyanne Registered Users Posts: 686
    curlicarly wrote: »
    Ryanne wrote: »
    I don't know about tea, but honey can lighten hair.

    how? honey rinses?
    http://forums.longhaircommunity.com/showpost.php?p=237414&postcount=1964 here are the basics, though it won't lighten very much.

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