How to dye hair with avocado seed? Avocado is a fruit that you can get a lot out of. Not only can it be used to prepare delicious salads, but also its seed can be used to dye your hair. It gives it a beautiful caramel color, which allows you to hide the annoying gray hair.
The avocado seed along with other ingredients that we will mention in the article will allow you to enhance the color of the dye in a natural way without using chemicals, which in the long run damage the hair. I invite you to read the post and take note of our suggestions.
How to use the avocado seed to color your hair
How to dye hair with avocado seed? To do this you will need 2 avocado seeds, a large cinnamon stick, and 1 liter of water. The preparation is quite simple: take the cinnamon stick and cut it into small pieces, then chop the avocado seeds into four pieces. All these ingredients are placed in a pot with the liter of water and you leave it on low heat for 25 minutes. When it starts boiling, remove it and let it rest overnight.
The next day you will strain the liquid and place it in a container with a lid. This natural tonic will be added to your hair after every wash. Little by little you will notice that your gray hair will turn into a beautiful caramel color.
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Another way to dye your hair with avocado seeds is to grate two to four avocado seeds and then boil them for ten minutes. You will notice that it will get a beautiful caramel color. Then you will place it in a container. And after you wash your hair you will put it on without rinsing it in your hair. Progressively you will see your gray hair getting darker and darker and getting that beautiful caramel color.
Other benefits of avocado seed
We already saw how to dye hair with avocado seed, now we are going to see other goodness of the avocado stone. The avocado seed serves to eliminate dandruff. It also stimulates hair growth. So while your gray hair is dyed, it will also be protected from dandruff and your hair will start growing faster.
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