Wash it with this herb called "Chamomile" or in spanish "Manzanilla" (theyr like little white flowers with the middle yellow, realy small) ..You like put it to cook with water until it starts bubbling, then you let it cool down.. before you take a shower you put that water in your hair & leave it for a while then you shower & wash your hair with baby shampoo (reapetidly until your hair clears out) ...I know it soundz weard, but it woorks (: (Bleach work too but f*cks up your hair. & Idk bout the sun part, that could be bad for your skin LoL.)
My hair dresser told me to use lemon juice to gently lighten hair without harsh chemicals. It will give you a natural sun bleached look, but don't expect it to work instantly or dramatically. It will take several applications before it truly becomes noticable. The key is heat... she told me to apply the lemon juice when I was planning on being out in the sun (like yard work etc.) and that it must be kept damp (mist a little juice on my hair as needed with a spray bottle). Hope this helps!
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there is this one spray called sun-in my mom has it and you spray it all over your hair but if you want a sun streaked look then you do just strands. either you stay in the sun for 2 days or blow dry it then....TADA! light hair here you come! WARNING: if you have dark brown hair then results may be reddish.p.s. it smells sooooooooo good!
Lemon juice works great for both brunettes and blondes. If your a blonde u could use hydrogen peroxide but if the brunettes put this on their hair it will give not a really nice orange brassy color. You need a lot of sunlight. If u want a messy kind of dirty blonde look get equal amounts of shampoo lemon juice and water. You could spray this on everyday before going out to the sunlight.or u could use a cassia hair dye at your local drugstore or supermarket. If u are in England up you could go to body care the body shop super drugs or Morrison asda sainsbury and u could get it in Walmart in America but since I, British I don't know.