Light Brown Hair Dye

100% All Natural

Our light brown hair dye is light brown. Remember to do a strand test to make sure you are getting the color you want. In some cases if the light brown has gray, that part may look highlighted. All browns turn greenish blue at first and then fade to the final color over night and finish in 48 hours. Do not use soap for 48 hours!

Mix hair dye in a bowl until it is like wet mud, kind of like pudding, then apply to your hair. Leave on for 1 hour and rinse. Do not leave on for more than 3 hours!

You get a natural beautiful light brown color and your split ends will slowly start to disappear. Enjoy your new hair!

Remember, the color depends on what you are starting with.

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Light brown hair color dye

Light brown hair dye

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Light Brown Hair Dye

10 Responses to Light Brown Hair Dye

  • Harvest Moon says:

    Best Bet is to play around with reds 🙂

  • Harvest Moon says:

    Sorry it will not go lighter. This is the downfall of chemical free hair dye.

  • Malaika says:

    Hi, my hair is darkish brown and looks lighter under the sun. I have never dyed my hair before. I want to try henna, and I am looking for a lighter color or a medium brown(slightly lighter than my current hair) with reddish tint. What would be the best color for me to use? Thank you 🙂

  • Harvest Moon says:

    The lighter areas will not be as dark. If you wnt it to be even you will need to do it twice more than likely.

  • Emma says:

    I have lots of highlights from the sun, so my hair ranges from like white blonde to medium brown. If I use the light brown henna on my whole head, will it change the color of my darker hair or just the light hair?

  • Harvest Moon says:

    Light brown will usually be a slight red at first and then turn brown over night. It should be at the final color with in 48 hours.
    Here is a simple natural way to lighten your hair using honey:
    (We have never tried it, but heard it gives good results)

    Step 1: Firstly, take all the ingredients required for the preparation and put them in one place. The ingredients include: ½ cup uncooked raw honey, 1½ cups distilled water and 1 tablespoon of extra virgin olive oil, cardamom or ground cinnamon oil each.

    Step 2: Take 1½ cups distilled water in one neat bowl and add honey to it. Stir it well.

    Step 3: Now, add extra virgin oil, cardamom or ground cinnamon oil to the solution of water and honey. Stir it thoroughly until it gets dissolved.

    Step 4: Pour this solution in a spray bottle or root applicator bottle to apply to your hair. If you don’t have either, use a brush to apply it to your hair.

  • Bethany says:

    Hi! i just put the henna on last night. My hair was previously bleach and blonde color treated and the color went on no problem. I really liked the redish brown color my hair had last night, but this morning I woke up and the light brown is darker than I would have liked. Will it continue to get darker? And what would happen if I out a red henna over the brown, even if just for 30 minutes? Would it mix with the brown or just make it darker brown? Is there any natural way to lighten the henna like fruit juices or something? Please let me know. Thank you

  • Harvest Moon says:

    You can use light brown however on some men it will take 24-48 hours to turn light brown. It will stay red until 12-24 then darken to light brown. Once you get it going you just need to keep it up and no problem. Most do not read the directions and panic when they see red at first. So that is why you hear that rumor. I personally use light brown and it works good. I just have to start mid day to get the results the next afternoon. If I keep it going every week no problem. Trim then dye.

  • Harvest Moon says:

    You can yes, Just remember it takes 24-48 hours to get to final color. Sometimes it appears red at first and then turns light brown.
    Most people do not give it enough time, thanks!

  • Mike says:

    I was wondering if I can use the light brown on my beard? Some sites say it will turn red. Is this always the case?

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