Purple dye

Oxidative toners can be damaging to your hair… especially if you bleach the crap out of it like me.  Luckily, there are safe, non-damaging, and at home methods to getting a result you are happy with!

Brass Banishing DIY Hair Toner for Blondes

Oxidative toners can be damaging to your hair… especially if you bleach the crap out of it like me. Luckily, there are safe, non-damaging, and at home methods to getting a result you are happy with! Interesting tip

Phoenician art lesson for kids that explores Murex dyes used in the Ancient world

Phoenician art lesson for kids that explores Murex dyes used in the Ancient world. Kids can make phoenician purple dye to be later used for making Batik cloths.

Make your own batik for a unit study on Phoenicia. Using homemade purple dye of your own adds to the project. Could be used with SOTW or any other Ancient History program. #homeschool #phoenician

Make your own batik for a unit study on Phoenicia. Using homemade purple dye of your own adds to the project. Could be used with SOTW or any other Ancient History program.

Free Halloween Stickers - For Mini Happy Planner or Personal Sized Planner - Purple, Witchy Printable Stickers For Download - www.MalenaHaas.com

❤ FREEBIE Friday❤ Printable Purple Halloween Stickers

Free Halloween Stickers - For Mini Happy Planner or Personal Sized Planner - Purple, Witchy Printable Stickers For Download - www.MalenaHaas.com

Dandelion can be used as a natural plant dye. The roots produce pink and purple dyes and the plant's flowers produce yellow dyes.

Dandelion as Plant Dye, Taraxacum oficinale It's more than just a weed! Dandelion can be used as a natural plant dye. The roots produce pink and purple dyes and the plant's flowers produce yellow dyes.

Audacious Tie Dye

Audacious Tie DyeHere are the finished shirts from last weekend :) If you like…

Cherry Ripe Hair Color Idea

21 Amazing Dark Red Hair Color Ideas

herry hair color is a rich, deep red with a touch of blue/brown. It looks best on darker skin tones and brings out the richness of brown eyes.

Burial Shroud of Emperor Charlemagne, 814 CE. Tyrian purple dye from Constantinople, also known as royal or imperial purple, from the Murex sea snail. Possibly first used by the Phoenicians as early as 1600 BCE. Greatly prized for its fade-resistance, brighting with use. Twelve thousand snails yielded only .05 ounces of dye. The sack of Constantinople in 1204 ended the use of this expensive dye in the west and royalty turned to vermillion. Paris, Musée National du Moyen Âge.

Burial Shroud of Emperor Charlemagne -- 814 CE - Tyrian purple dye from Constantinople also known as royal purple, imperial purple or imperial dye. Sourced from the Murex sea snail.

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