Popsugar reports that lemon juice is a gentle, natural ingredient that can be used to highlight hair. However, the blog Beautifille warns its readers the highlights will likely be subtle, and people with brown or black h... More »

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Highlighting black hair requires a streaking cap, a color chart, a highlighting formula, a bowl and an application brush. Bleach powder and 20 volume developer is a substitute for highlighting formula or boxed dyes. More »

It is possible to highlight hair that has already been dyed, but it's better to highlight using foils. Sometimes, at-home kits make hair appear brassy or not the color that was planned, so it's important to recognize the... More »

To lighten hair, apply a mixture of lemon juice, olive oil and water, wait 30 minutes, shampoo the hair, condition it, and rinse thoroughly. This 45-minute process requires a lemon, a knife, a measuring cup, olive oil, a... More »

One can highlight hair naturally with some simple ingredients, such as honey, vinegar, lemon juice, chamomile tea and beer. Although these home remedies can help lighten hair, the effect is subtle. More »

Highlights should be applied to unwashed hair because the scalp's natural oils protect it during the highlighting process. Hair washing removes the protective oils from the scalp. Allow for at least 24 hours between the ... More »

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Cover up highlights by dying hair a darker color with home hair coloring kits. Choose a permanent hair color that matches the hair's darkest shade. More »