The left one will hopefully give me a nice tan and the right one hopefully lighter hair. Today I tried both. You probably know bronzing oil, but what's up with the chamomile tea?
Well I tried what I had read on the web (for instance here), and this is the result:
I don't know, maybe a little bit lighter? I think you have to do it a couple of times for better results. This is how you do it:
- Make really strong chamomile tea (1,5l with 4-6 (I had 6) tea bags)
- Wait for it to cool
- Wash your hair
- Then rinse the hair with the tea several times
- Sweep a damp towel around your hair and wait 10 min
- Brush your hair and let it dry in the sun (if you don't have time or if it's not sunny, I read that you can wear the towel for a bit longer instead).
For you with other haircolors, I read that you can use:
Black tea for brown/black/dark hair
Hibiscus tea for red hair
Rosemary and salvia tea for gray hair
I'm going to have a spray bottle (you know the ones you use for flowers) with me to the beach this summer, filled with chamomile tea, to spray the hair with while sunbathing. Unlike lemon (which also makes your hair lighter) the chamomile doesn't make the hair look like a birds nest afterwards. And best of all, it's super cheap!