PLEASE Help me with this! My hair needs NATURAL help!
by Sherilynn Larson
Hello! I would be ever so thankful if you could help me with this problem. My hair is coming in grey more and more now (I'm 39 years of age). I HATE seeing ANY grey on myself (It looks great on so many others, but awful on me). So, I have been having my hair colored and highlighted chemically for about five years now.
The last time I had my hair colored, it REALLY damaged my hair, scalp and parts of my face from either an allergic reaction or chemical burn. I'm still healing from that and it's already been three weeks. I'm wondering if the ugly red spots will ever completely go away. Also, the color is a shade too light for my preference. I want to fix the color and get my hair and scalp healthy again! Needless to say, I am opting now to use ONLY all natural products on my hair and scalp for the remainder of my hair coloring days. I've been searching the net for alternatives to chemicals, which brought me here to you.
Here is my specific question. What ingredients would I need and in what amounts would I need them in to cover the grey and to darken a light-to-medium golden brown to a dark-to-medium golden brown? I want my dark hair back! Also, I would like my highlights to be a golden caramel, or golden light brown, not blonde. My hair is VERY fine, so the darker color looks better on me, because it makes it look a little thicker. The light color doesn't show up as well. I can see through it in some areas. So, if you could tell me what I could mix in with the receipt to thicken each strand, that would be GREAT! Please give me specific directions on how to use all this. Since this concept is all new to me, I want to make sure I'm doing all this right!
I want to get working on this right away, as your article states that this method is a process, not a one time event like the chemical brands. I love the idea of mixing my own, natural hair dyes and doing the coloring myself at home. I'm tired of paying a fortune for professional services only to end up with the wrong color, damaged skin and scalp and brittle, dry hair! I should also mention I have had excessive hair loss from the damage done. I really think that it will grow back in, but as I have already mentioned, I have naturally fine hair. Therefore, I don't have ANY at all to lose (except for the normal loss that happens in the growth cycle.)
I will LOVE you FOREVER if you can help me with this! Nothing makes a women feel worse than bad hair, especially at my age when so many undesirable changes are starting to happen at once. I want to be the best I can be at any age and I'm really hoping you can help!
THANK YOU SO MUCH!
Your desperate hair woman, Sherilynn
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!!!!!!!!