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Henna Pack for Hair
What You Need:
1 cup of dry henna
1/2 cup yogurt
What You Need To Do
Make a pack by mixing the dry henna powder with yogurt. Apply it all over your hair from the roots to tips. Leave the pack on until it dries off completely. Wash your hair with a mild shampoo.
How Often Should You Do This: You can apply the henna pack once in a month.
Why This Works: Henna acts as a natural conditioner and transforms dull and dry hair to smooth and shiny hair. It adds color as well. It promotes hair growth by strengthening the roots of your hair.
What You Need: Coconut milk
What You Need To Do:
Extract the milk of a coconut and apply it on the targeted areas or you can apply it all over your scalp. Keep it on overnight. Rinse off with cool water the next day.
How Often Should You Do This: You can apply coconut milk to your hair every time you wash your hair.
Why This Works: Coconut milk is rich in proteins, iron, and other essential nutrients, and promotes hair growth and prevents breakage
What You Need:
1 egg white
1 teaspoon olive oil
1 teaspoon honey
What You Need To Do
Take the egg white in a bowl and add a teaspoon of olive oil and honey to it. Mix it all well to form a smooth paste. Apply it to your hair and scalp carefully. Leave it on for 20 minutes. Rinse with cool water and shampoo it off.
How Often Should You Do This: You can apply the egg mask once in a week for long and shiny hair.
Why This Works: Egg is rich in proteins, sulfur, zinc, iron, selenium, phosphorous and iodine. The high protein content makes eggs one of the best ingredients that promote hair growth.
A TWISTED HALO
What to do:
1.Twist back a small section of hair from one side of your head, and secure it with a pin in the middle of your head.
2.Twist back a small section of hair from the other side of your head, tuck it behind the first twisted section, and pin it in the middle of your head.
What to do:
1.Twist textured hair into a bun. (Dirty hair works best since it doesn't slip out of styles easily, but you can always fake two-day texture by spraying it with dry shampoo to create extra grip.)
2.Insert a gold pin through the right side of the bun with the open ends toward the left side of the bun.
What to do:
1.Separate your hair into two sections, and tie them together in a low knot.
2.Tie the two sections in a knot again, and secure the pony with a hair tie under the second knot. Wrap a piece of hair around the hair tie to conceal it.
Getting these sexy, lush curls comes down to your hair texture. Those with straight hair will need to wrap one-inch sections around a three-quarter-inch curling iron, spritzing with firm-hold hair spray along the way (in other words, see you in an hour or two). Those born with these amazing curls can stretch them slightly by combing styling cream—like Suave Professionals Sleek Anti-Frizz Cream—through damp hair and then blow-drying with the nozzle. Use your fingers to open and separate the curls until the hair is soft, dry, and airy.
Smooth hair looks high maintenance. For easy waves like these, spray volumizer (like Phyto Phytovolume Actif Volumizer Spray) through damp hair and blow-dry your hair upside down. Once your hair is 75 percent dry, part it in the middle and twist it into two low pigtail buns, leaving the ends out so they stay straight. Aim the blow-dryer at the buns for several minutes until they're dry, mist them with hair spray (like Big Sexy Hair Get Layered Layering Hairspray), undo the pins, and shake your hair out in all its rumpled glory.
Ombré hair shouldn't look like a black-and-yellow Rothko painting. Instead, ask your colorist for highlights that are just barely lighter than your natural hue, working them into the ends and in random sections throughout (rather than perfectly spaced ones). Leave the roots untouched, and you won't have to touch up your color for up to six months.
Remedy for Heat Damaged Hair
Coconut Hot Oil Treatment - This is the best remedy for heat treated hair, even for permanently straightened hair. It conditions your scalp and hair and strengthens hair follicles too.
How to Use:
Wet your hair, rub coconut oil into your hair and scalp. Put on a shower cap, then wrap your head in a good towel. Let it soak into your hair and scalp for an hour or so. Then shampoo it out with a gentle shampoo.
Mix apple cider vinegar with equal quantities of water and dab unto the roots with cotton ball before washing of your hair. Leave it on for 15 minutes and wash off witha mild shampoo. When washing your hair, always use a cold water rinse to help smooth the cuticle and boost the shine.
Exfoliating Oatmeal Scalp Scrub
Oatmeal hair mask on scalp treats several scalp problems including dandruff, scalp inflammation and scalp irritation.
What you need:
1 to 2 tbsps of oatmeal
What to do:
1. Add water to oatmeal make a thick paste.
2. Use it on the scalp and scrub using small circular motion to exfoliate the scalp.
3. Rinse thoroughly, shampoo and style as usual.
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