Black Tea: Black tea contains tannins that can darken hair over time. Brew a strong cup of black tea, allow it to cool, then apply it to your hair and leave it on for about an hour before rinsing.
Coffee: Coffee can stain hair and make it appear darker. Brew a strong cup of coffee, let it cool, and then apply it to your hair. Leave it on for at least 30 minutes before rinsing.
Walnut Hulls: Walnut hulls contain natural dyes that can darken hair. Crush walnut hulls to create a paste, apply it to your hair, and leave it on for an hour before rinsing.
Sage: Sage can help darken hair and also provide shine. Boil sage leaves in water, let the mixture cool, strain out the leaves, and then use the liquid as a rinse after shampooing.
Henna: Henna is a well-known natural hair dye that can provide reddish-brown to dark brown tones. Be cautious when using henna, as it can have a permanent effect and might not be easily removed.
Cocoa Powder: Cocoa powder can be mixed with a natural hair conditioner to create a paste. Apply this mixture to your hair and leave it on for about an hour before rinsing.
Amla Powder (Indian Gooseberry): Amla powder is used in Ayurveda for hair care and is believed to promote hair darkening.
Beet Juice: Beet juice can add subtle red tones to hair, especially if you have lighter hair colors. Apply beet juice to your hair, leave it on for a while, and then rinse it out.