How To Keep That Brown Hair Vibrant In Between Salon Visits! ⓣ by Kat K - Musely
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How To Keep That Brown Hair Vibrant In Between Salon Visits! ⓣ

posted in Beauty
12/29/2013
  • Take Hershey's cocoa and mix it with an equal amount of shampoo. Just wash your hair with this mixture and it will make your hair a darker and richer brown. After washing your hair with this mixture, you can also add the cocoa to your conditioner.
    Take Hershey's cocoa and mix it with an equal amount of shampoo. Just wash your hair with this mixture and it will make your hair a darker and richer brown. After washing your hair with this mixture, you can also add the cocoa to your conditioner.
  • You have to use Hershey's unsweetened coca not the kind that is sweetened or else you will have a real mess!
    You have to use Hershey's unsweetened coca not the kind that is sweetened or else you will have a real mess!

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