What happens when you put lemon juice in brown hair?
Lemon juice is very acidic. It will result in your hair lightening. Depending on the shade of brown, you could end up with anywhere from blond to lighter brown hair.
You don't. If you have Brown or Black hair it will not get blond with lemon juice. Second of all, don't pour lemon juice on your head. It has acid and will burn your scalp resulting to loss of hair (hair falling off your head) Grab a brush, dip it in some freshly squeezed lemon juice and brush it on your hair. Not your scalp. Only works if you have med-brown hair, and will not…
Does lemon juice really lighten hair i have light brown hair and get golden streaks in it in the summer but will lemon juice make your hair a few shades lighter or Will it dry out your hair?
I have very very dark brown hair and but it looks black on the outside if you dye your hair with lemon juice how will it turn out and will it damage your hair?
Lemon juice is a natural lightener for hair, so absolutely! HOWEVER it strips your hair by negatively affecting the pH, so your hair will have split ends, be unhealthy, and likely fall out. I strongly suggest buying a serious hair dye/lightener. Lemon juice would have the same effect as peroxide on your hair.
I have really dark brown to black hair and I want to lighten it to a lighter shade of brown without using dye or bleach any ideas I have been told to use lemon juice and John Freida products?
First of all, yes lemon juice will work to lighten your hair. But, be aware that lemon juice will only work to highlight your natural hair color. What this means is, if you have dark hair, say dark brown, and you use lemon juice to lighten your hair, you will get a lighter brown highlight, not blonde. If you have black hair, you will most likely get a red-tinted highlight wherever you apply the lemon…
I always used lemon juice in my brunette hair when I was tanning outside. You don't have to put individual streaks in either. If you want a very natural look put some lemon juice on your palms and put it into your damp hair like you would with mousse or gel. It'll put very natural highlights in your hair!