How to make my blonde, more blonde!

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There are few ways you can make your blonde, more blonde.  Here are a few:

  1. Soak up the sun for 1-4 hours a day, especially in the summertime.  This is, however, is physically and extesentially bad bad bad bad bad for your hair. PULEASE don’t do this. On to tip 2.
  2. Spray your hair with a saltwater solution to lighten color-treated hair. (again, not great)
  3. Rinse with apple cider vinegar if you want to gently lighten your hair. ?
  • Mix vitamin C pills with shampoo to lighten your hair as you wash it. 
  • Try rinsing your hair with beer after you shampoo it. 
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I took a page from Adriana @fitmama_flyaways and tried the #beerhairrinse ! I know from previous experiences with rice water and gelatin that my hair loves protein treatments! The last few days my hair was big and soft, lacked definition just from being over moisturized.. I’m sure the 68%humidity days aren’t helping that, so I have tweaked my styling a bit to try and combat the extra moisture and keep my curls in balance. Yesterday I bought a can of beer, opened it and let it sit overnight.. you want it flat.. it could’ve sat longer but with my schedule I wanted to do it this morning. I first washed my hair with @giovannicosmetics Tea Tree triple threat shampoo and then I poured the beer over my hair and had a bowl underneath the catch the extra, squished in the beer for a couple minutes, very similar to how I do the rice water rinse which you can find in my highlights. Then, with the beer still on my hair I went ahead and applied my deep conditioner from @unclefunkysdaughter and I used my denman brush to distribute the conditioner and then let it sit for 15 minutes.. I rinsed, skipped any conditioner or leave in, and wet plopped, then styled with @unclefunkysdaughter Curly Magic, @devacurl Wavemaker and @aussiehairusa Instant freeze gel. I’m hoping my curls will hold up in the higher humidity with me trying to avoid glycerin in my styling products.. that’s a new experiment for me. My curls are soft and bouncy and holding shape.. we’ll see how it holds up. Overall I’m veryyyy happy with my #washday today and would definitely do the beer rinse again! Look at that shine ?? What DIY have you tried recently or are waiting to try?!? #beerrinse #curlygirllife #curlygirlmethod #curlyhairchicks #iwantmyhair #curls #curlsofinstagram #curlyhairdaily

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  • Try a lightening spray or shampoo.
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