"The results are impressive as is the overall improvement in the health of your scalp and hair," says organic beauty guru Mukti, who recommends you give the following natural hair colourings a try and ASAP.
One word of warning, juices, teas and vegetable dyes can stain your skin so you may want to want to wear gloves and even old clothes when you apply your brew, says Mukti.
This is perfect for darker hair, says Mukti, head of Mukti Organics beauty range and author of Truth in Beauty.
Brew a strong blend and mix with a mask or leave-in conditioner. Apply to hair from root to tip and then leave for a couple of hours while the colour takes hold. Rinse and you're good to go.
This works well with natural hair colour and also highlights, says Mukti.
Make a concentrated blend using five or more tea bags or the equivalent in loose leaf tea. Leave on hair for at least an hour - longer if you want more noticeable results.
This handy little herb is known to open hair follicles which means it's perfect if you are wanting to cover any grey. Add it to your blend of tea or coffee.
You can also mix in herbs or vegetable dyes for more dramatic results.
For example, dark haired women can add sage, rosemary and nettle or walnut powder.
Blondes will benefit from chamomile, marigold, saffron or catnip and / or lemon juice.
Redheads will experience extra vibrant locks with a touch rooibos tea, hibiscus, rosehip or beetroot added to the mix. They can also try henna.