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How To Lighten Your Hair Colour

posted in Beauty > Hair
03/18/2015
  • A lot of u have probably wasted loads of money buying hair dye and hair products to try and make your hair lighter ! Well here's a way u can lighten your hair without damaging it

  • Ingredients;
    Honey !

  • Olive Oil

  • And..... Water

  • First: 1,
    You need to pour 2 Spoon full's of honey into a bowl (plastic)

    2.
    Pour 2 Spoon full's of the Olive Oil in to the bowl

    Lastly: 3,
    Pour 1/2 a cup of water into the mix and mix it up until it's into a paste if it's more liquid than a paste add more honey then stir again for a min

  • Then add mixture where ever u want your high-lights now just remember this remedy doesn't work on everyone but it worked on me >>>>>>>>>

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