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How To Color Hair Naturally For The New Year

How To Color hair Naturally

Looking for a New Look for the New Year? Try a New Hair color.

Now that the New Year is approaching it is that time of year to make positive changes both inside and out. If you want to change up your look, why not try a new color for the New Year?

Your natural hair is delicate and you’ll need to make sure that your hair is strong and healthy before you do anything that requires bleach hair color alternatives.

We’ve pulled a few hair coloring options that won’t damage your hair and will still give you the POP of color you’re looking for!

Hair Chalk

You can find hair chalk through a quick online search and in some local beauty supply shops. The colors range from natural looking browns to golds and bright colors. Unlike hair dye options that require bleach, hair chalk is non-committal.


(1) Most instructions for hair chalk will recommend that you wet your hair before applying the chalk. This will allow the chalk to settle to your hair much easier.

(2) Gather a spray bottle filled with water, mist your hair, and roll the chalk on the strands of hair you’d like to dye.

(3) In addition to easy application there is also incredibly easy removal. You simply just wash your hair with water or wash it out with conditioner on your wash day. 


If you’re looking for dye that won’t wash away as quickly as chalk, you might want to consider using a henna dye. Henna is one of the least toxic hair dyes on the market.

Body art henna hair dyes usually come in limited colors that are variations of reds and browns. Henna – combined with other spices and ingredients – can produce several variations of colors from auburn to a deep black.

It is a complex process to apply at home, but it doesn’t require bleach if you have light hair or if you’d like to try a darker color.


You can watch a detailed video tutorial here!

Henna Application Youtube Tutorial


To learn more about healthy natural hair care, check out Kimberly’s eBook “Curly Halo,” which will teach you to build a healthy hair and life regimen to prevent breakage and yield growth.



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    Janice Jernigans
    January 3, 2016 at 4:29 pm

    Great article. I can’t wait to try on my grey strands of my natural hair that I color and bleach ( for high lights ).

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