Don’t your dry and frizzy hair cop a plea for moisturizing and oil nourishment? And if you’ve rough and curly locks then moisturizing becomes the paramount importance in your beauty regime. The last thing most of the women do is to go for a natural treatment, instead prefer to pay a weekly visit to the city spa.
Instead of spending lot of cash on these expensive spas, you can always try out some natural remedies that are not only cost-effective, but keep the frizziness at bay without any side effects, as harmful chemicals of hair products do.
Go through this blog to find out top 10 natural ways to condition your hair. Continue reading!
#1 Baking Soda
When it comes to grooming your hair by yourself, too much of good things can spoil your hair. So, be careful in creating your hair care regime. Cleaning your hair with baking soda can remove the gunk out of your hair. Use 1 tablespoon of baking soda while shampooing. Apart from removing all sorts of chemicals, it also washes away impurities, thereby lightening your hair.
Put some life into the dying luster of your hair with some flat beer. Mix 3 tablespoons of bear in 1/2 cup of warm water. After shampooing your hair, rub in the solution and let is sit for few minutes and then rinse it off. Park Avenue has launched Beer Shampoo, but it’s not purely beer and contains added chemicals, which cannot be a healthy choice for your hair.
When your hair becomes stubborn and seem to be unconvincing try buttering it. Yes, you read me right. Massage your hair with a small chunk of butter into your dry hair and let it sit for half an hour wrapped with a shower cap. Shampoo and rinse the hair thoroughly.
Mix 2 teaspoons of castor oil, 1 teaspoon of glycerin and egg white. Now massage this mixture into your wet hair. Wait for 10-15 minutes and wash out.
Apply mayo to your hair and scalp and massage gently. Now cover your head with shower cap. Wait for 15 minutes and then shampoo. The mayonnaise moisturizes the hair, thereby giving it a lustrous sheen.
Olive oil works best for dry and brittle hair like no other oil. Heat slightly 1/2 cup of olive oil and apply it your hair. Use your fingers to allow the oil gently absorb into the roots. Now cover your head with a plastic bag and wrap it with a hot towel. Let this stay for 45 minutes and then have a thorough rinse. The best way to apply is to dab cotton in oil and apply it to the roots.
Tea also works as a natural shiner for your hair. Use a quart of warm tea (only tea powder) and use it as a final rinse after regular shampoo.
Vinegar is a superb hair conditioner. Mix 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 3 egg whites. Apply this mixture into your hair and cover your head for half an hour and then rinse off.
If you have gone for blond highlights then you’re supposed to visit some of the best spas in your city to groom them. Right? Actually, it’s not required if you can follow this tip #9. Add 1/4 cup lemon juice to 3/4 cup water and rinse your hair with the mixture. Then sit in the sun until your hair dries. Lemon juice is a natural bleach.
P.S. Don’t forget to put on plenty of sunscreen before you sit out in the sun.
If your swimming pool contains chlorinated water then it can lighten your hair. Dissolve 6-8 aspirins in a glass of warm water and rub this solution into your hair. let it sit for 15 minutes and rinse off. Aspirin helps retain the original shade of your hair.
Hope you found this post useful!