Home Remedies to Fade Out Dark Hair Color

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Home Remedies to Fade Out Dark Hair Color
If your hair colour is too dark, consider using home remedies to fade it. (Woman in red shirt standing against wall painted with graffiti image by GeoM from Fotolia.com)

If you have dyed your hair either at a salon, or at home, you may not be happy with the results. Often, when you dye your hair darker than your current hair colour, the results will be darker than anticipated. This can make your face look extremely pale. If you are shocked by your dark locks, consider using some home remedies to fade out dark hair colour.

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Oil

Fade dark hair colour using straight olive oil or coconut oil in your hair. Both are indicated to remove hair colour. In fact, coconut oil and olive oil are not recommended for women with dyed hair because they can pull out the colour. To use either one of these oils, shampoo your hair first. Apply either the olive oil or coconut oil to your hair, paying special attention to areas that are darkest. Allow it to sit on your hair for a minimum of one hour and up to three hours. Do not use heat. Wash the oil out of your hair using shampoo. Keep in mind that oils can be difficult to wash out and you may have to shampoo your hair multiple times to remove it.

Dish Soap

Another home remedy for fading out your hair colour is to use dish soap. This works because dish soaps are alkaline, which swells the cuticle of your hair. Hair dye is deposited onto the hair by raising the cuticle layer, so raising that cuticle again can help to fade the colour. To use it this method, shampoo your hair first and rinse it out. Then wash the hair with as much dish soap as it takes to coat your hair. Wash it out using warm to hot water. Keep in mind that dish soap is harsh on your hair. Use a deep conditioner afterward.

Shampoo

Volumizing shampoo is another way to fade out dark hair colour, as it also opens up the cuticles of the hair. Just wash your hair with the volumizing shampoo as you would any other shampoo. Shampoo your hair up to two or three times in a row. Follow with a moisturising conditioner, as your hair will feel dry after doing so.

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