So I read about this natural color enhancing in an email I'd gotten from Whole Living magazine. I thought it might be nice for my mom to try as she colors her hair at least once a month. Well it's not intended to use as a hair dye...but it does darken brunette hair quite considerably. She had some left over after trying it and said I should give it a try. Well it's goodbye summer highlights. Leaving this on like you would a conditioner in the shower considerably darkened my already dark brunette hair. Luckily it says it only lasts about a week.
But I can't imagine that it doesn't work just as well for blondes or redheads. I was amazed that just a few minutes with cocoa powder, yogurt, honey and apple cider vinegar would make such a huge difference. Whole Living says they got the information from this book; The Green Beauty Guide: Your Essential Resource to Organic and Natural Skin Care, Hair Care, Makeup, and Fragrances by Julie Gabriel. I can't wait to check it out to see what else great things it has in it.