Vinegar is a constituent of many hair detoxifying products, where it preserves the hair’s smoothness and health. Moreover, it’s loaded with probiotics, making it an effective antimicrobial product for bacterial or fungal scalp infections.
One of the common uses of vinegar is removing dye from hair when mixed with water, though this process can take some time. You can’t rely on it for a complete makeover, after all.
How to Apply:
Mix white vinegar and hot water in a 1:1 ratio and let it cool down for some time.
Apply to hair and leave for 15 minutes while wearing a shower cap.
Rinse off with warm water.
Repeat once or twice per week until the dye is removed from the hair.
Keep in mind that the vinegar's acidity might irritate the scalp if you're allergic to vinegar. In that case, go for a different hair dye removal method.
Sulfite reaction is also another adverse reaction that may occur, which results in losing moisture from the hair strands.
Also, vinegar produces a foul smell on hair. A good fix to this issue would be applying scented essential oils to the hair to deodorize.