Hairstyle – Easy Hair Treatments
There is a tremendous quantity of products in the market today that promise a superb result for should you recondition your hair. What many of those products have in common is aggressively marketing and expensive prices. In order to find products that you really like, you must spend time, money all just for a lot of disappointment.
But it doesn’t need to be like this. For the thrifty, brave, or back-to-the-basic human being it can be fun to try to make her own hair care products. Below you can find a few tips to start experiment with, in order to find your favorite homemade hair care products.
Beside the fact that eggs are very a nutritious food, it is also a good beauty alternative for your hair. Egg yolk includes a lot of vitamins A, D and E that gives a protection to the hair against the UV rays, pollution, thinning of hair and some people even claims that it is prevents loss of hair
Egg yolk coats the hair and moisturizes dry and damaged hair. You can mix egg yolk with yogurt, honey and almond oil. Mix it well and apply it on your head. Let it work for about 90 minutes and then rinse it off with cold water.
Using egg as a conditioner can be combined with the use of ripe avocado. Mix well, apply carefully, wait for about 15 minutes and then rinse it with cold water.
Preventing loss of hair
Some people claim that egg yolk on your head and scalp can prevent loss of hair. How much of claim that is I am not sure, but it can be worth a try at least. Stir an egg yolk into a bowl until it turns creamy. Apply onto your head for about 30 minutes and rinse off with cold water. To get a desired benefit you need to do this at least once a week.
You can not only drink beer, but use it for your hair as well. The fermented beer contains lots of supplies of yeast that can give your hair a volume boost. Take a ½ cup of flat beer. You can open the beer can and pour it out in an open container and let it be for a couple of hours to get rid of the bubbles. Add a tablespoon of sunflower or canola oil and a raw egg. Stir and apply the mix into a clean and damp hair. Wait for about 15 minutes before you rinse it off with cold water. Some people mix it with apple cider vinegar also.
For the lazy one it is an alternative to take only the beer and pour it into a spray bottle and spritz it directly onto the hair. But do not use beer on your hair directly before you have an important meeting with your boss…
One fruit that has a good reputation as a perfect food is avocado. It is the avocado oil and proteins in the fruit that is used to smooth and moisturize the hair.
Take a half avocado and mash it up together with 2-3 drops of peppermint essential oil. Wash your hair as usual, dry the hair just a little and put the avocado mix into your hair. Massage it in with a circulated motion to raise the effect and wait for approx. 15 minutes before you rinse.
One type of oil that can be used to condition your hair is coconut oil. The oil is really heavy and has a good capability to penetrate deep into the hair shaft, but if you have a fine and thin hair you should use the oil a little bit sparingly. Add a tablespoon of coconut oil in the wet hair after you have washed it. Coconut oil can be a solid and if so, then you can warm it up in the micro carefully. If your hair feels really dry you can let the coconut oil rest in your hair over the night. In that case you better use a towel wrapped around your head or add a shower cap.
Banana with Olive Oil
Banana is a nice fruit, good to eat raw as it is or in some dishes, but did you know bananas can be used for strength thinner and damaged hair? Mash a banana thoroughly together with one teaspoon of olive oil to a puree. Be sure all banana chunks will be smoothed out; otherwise it is a risk you get stuck with banana chunks in your head for the rest of the day. Apply the banana-olive mix into the hair and use a shower cap or a towel wrapped around the head. Wait for about 20-30 minutes and then rinse out and shower the hair with shampoo as usual.
Pumpkin with Honey
If you have canned pumpkin leftovers it can be used for moisturizing dry or damaged hair. Pumpkin is rich in Vitamin A and C, potassium, beta carotene, and sinks. Take one cup of pumpkin puree and ad 1-2 tablespoons of honey. Put this mix of honey-pumpkin puree into your hair so much as you can. To keep this mix in your head you can need a shower cap or wrap the hair in a well-used towel. Let it be in place for 15-20 minutes and then rinse. If you have more honey-pumpkin puree mix left over, you can use that as a face mask.
Chamomile and Lemon
Lemon and chamomile tea is nice to drink but can also be used for dully ashy and blond hair also. Both chamomile and lemon have been used a long time as whitening agents for blonde hair. Take cups of chamomile tea, add a few drops of lemon juice and pour it over your head, do this in the shower or over the sink. Your hair should be wet and clean before the pouring. Let it be for 2-3 minutes before rinsing.
To make a homemade hair spray for your frizzy hair you can mix a tablespoon with a cup of water, take a little of it into your palms and then apply it into the hair. That gives the hair a kind of crunchy feeling and holds the in position for a long time.
Aspirin or Baking Soda
If you have some aspirin at home, why not try it on your hair? Just crush an aspirin into the shampoo if your hair feels a little bit dull. The aspirin contains salicylic acid that helps to remove buildups and restore shine as well. Baking soda can be used also in shampoo. Take 1-2 tablespoons of baking soda mixed together with your regular shampoo in your palm and apply on the hair.
Apple Cider Vinegar
A method to get a shiny hair is to use an apple cider vinegar rinse, in order to clean the hair cuticles. Take a mix with a ½ cup of water and a tablespoon of vinegar, and pour it over your wet hair. For sensitive people vinegar can smell a little too much, if so, then you can add some drops of your own favorite essential oil. Rub it gently into your hair and let it rest for about 5 minutes before rinsing. The vinegars acidity seals the outermost layer of your hair and cuticles making it lie flat.