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D.I.Y. Temporary Hair Coloring 

Not ready to commit to a hair color just yet?

Then check out this D.I.Y. tutorial  on how to get the look you want with temporary hair coloring! Not only is it easy and fun to do, it looks great too!!

What you need:

D.I.Y hair mask!!

okay so this is a hair mask/ hair treatment type thing using ingredients you can find either in your house or your local grocery store. 


  • ½ cup of conditioner (to use as a base)
  • 2 Tablespoons of oil (basic cooking oil or olive oil) 
  • 2 Tablespoons of coconut oil 
  • 1 Tablespoon of honey 
  • ½ a banana (optional) 
  1. Mix conditioner, oil, coconut oil and honey in a bowl until its smooth and consistent
  2. mush up the banana until its really really gross and slimy and there are as little lumps as possible and add it to the bowl
  3. mix it all together one more time to make sure its all combined, remembering there will be lumps from the banana 

at this stage it should look like this: 

now have a shower, shampoo your hair to make sure its clean then apply this all over your hair making sure to pay extra attention to the ends. comb through with a wide tooth comb and put it in a bun or a shower cap. rinse off excess from your body and leave it in your hair for around 10-15 minutes. rinse out, making sure nothing is left in your hair and that’s it! 

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