How to Make Homemade Blonde Hair Dye

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Free Blonde Hair Dye Recipe – Wondering what to use to naturally dye your hair blonde? Our easy make it yourself Blonde Hair Dye recipe is all you need.

Wash your hair with one of the following rinses. Pour the selected rinse through your hair 15 times, re-rinsing with the same liquid. On the final rinse, wring hair, and leave for 15 minutes before rinsing with clear water.

Blonde: Mix 1 tablespoon lemon juice in 1 gallon warm water.

Blonde Highlights


1 cup lemon juice
3 cups chamomile tea (brewed, & cooled)


Mix ingredients, pour over damp hair then let sit for an hour while you sit in the sun, wash out. Follow with a good conditioner.

NOTE: This process must be repeated daily for a few weeks before you notice any changes.

Did you know…

The Lemon: was unknown to the ancient Romans and Greeks; it is first mentioned in the book of Nabathae on agriculture in the third or fourth century…

source: Wikipedia –

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3 Responses to How to Make Homemade Blonde Hair Dye

  1. arkeria grier says:

    That’s awesome that u can dye your hair with lemon juice….

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  3. Anne Heinrich says:

    Hi, I found this tip for blonde highlights in the Australian TV Week magazine a few years ago and it works very well.

    It is a tip used by Tori Spelling of (90210) fame and daughter of Aaron Spelling, that wonderful Hollywood Producer of so many great TV shows.

    Use 1 tablespoon lemon juice to 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide. Mix together and put onto damp hair. Spend a minimum of twenty minutes in the sun.

    It covers the grey in my hair, adds shine and of course blonde highlights.

    I use a small squeeze bottle with a medium size pinhole in the top which has a screw top lid for sealing. In this way I can make up a decent amount in the bottle and store it in the refrigerator afterwards.

    Means no waste or suddenly having to make more because you didn’t quite make up enough mixture.

    And… it’s ready for use anytime as well as being great for touch ups.

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