It is well known that gray hair results from a reduction of pigment. The difference is that white people’s hair usually turns grey in their mid-30s, which is not the case with Asians who start going grey in their late 30s, and the African-Americans whose hair stays natural until their mid-40s. Anyway, half of the people in their 50s have a significant amount of grey hair.
For some people it occurs rapidly, while in others it occurs slowly over several decades.
There are other factors that can change the pigmentation of hair, making it lighter or darker. Many people know how to treat and cure their grey hair permanently, but if you don’t like the idea of having different pigmented hair until your original color returns, here we suggest you just one ingredient, to help speed up the process and hide those unwanted grey’s…
For this recipe, all that you need is 2 glasses of water and 1 cup of potato peels.
At first, peel the potato and then pour the peel with water and cook it for 5 minutes. Then just leave it cool down and strain the liquid once it turns yellow. At the end, the mixture will turn black.
Wash your hair with a shampoo, as you usually do.
Pour the potato mixture on your hair and then envelop your hair in a towel.
Keep it like that for some time.
Note: This mixture will make your hair darker!