Self Help

Want Natural Highlights? Try This Trick

0 Comments 01 May 2011

Avoid brassy-looking highlights with this simple application, available in nearly every kitchen cabinet. From Eva Scrivo on Beauty: The Tools, the Techniques, and Insider Knowledge Every Woman Needs to Be Her Most Beautiful, Confident Self.

As a teenager, you may have sprayed lemon juice on your hair and sat in the sun to become more blond. However, unless your natural base color is very light to begin with, that natural highlighting concoction tends to turn hair a brassy orange yellow. A better alternative is chamomile tea. Steep three or four tablespoons of loose tea until it is very strong, then pour the cooled brew into a spray bottle and spritz away.

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Eva Scrivo is one of today’s most well known and respected names in beauty. She is a highly acclaimed hair and makeup artist, radio show host, television personality, and an entrepreneur who owns a successful salon in New York City.

 

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