You wake up to a fine day to realize that after years of curling, straightening and styling….your hair has swopped certain areas with a hayrick. I love doing experiments with hair styles and I too have ended up with nothing better than a horse tail! L Indeed a heart breaking wake up call, I decide to get the texture back with all the affection and love! Yes, two weeks and hair masks and my hair were back in shape….the lovely texture, the length and the shine….everything was as it is the way I wanted. And I certainly killed the wicked frizz monster! Yaee! J
Hair masks are nothing but deep conditioning solutions that should be used before shampooing and conditioning the hair. And you are sure to get a softer, silkier and shinier texture. These are way too easy to use….you can try your own at home!
First of all, you have to make a list of all the things that is harming your hair. Incorporate your unhealthy diet habits and the chemical based products that you use for everyday purpose. Massage scalp with olive oil, jojoba oil or coconut oil. It will ensure moisture of your hair.
The hair conditioners can make your hair really dry if left for more than 5 minutes. Make sure not to use any for almost two weeks, just rely on natural and home remedies.
Enlisted is a list of all the tactics that I put to action on trial to save my hair. Read on ladies……
- Mix some teaspoons of coconut oil in gram flour and apply it on your scalp and leave it for 5-10 minutes. Rinse with cold water.
- It is always advisable to make use of natural oils like jojoba, olive and coconut
- Surprisingly mayonnaise is also an effective way of protecting the texture of hair
- Spraying a little beer before stepping out in the sun is also an effectual method
- Make use of pasted bananas and avocado to make your hair smoother and shinier
- Include protein rich foods in your diet
I have tried all the aforementioned tips and trust me girls I cannot love my hair more than this! Sleeping well, eating well and preventing chemical based products really helped me get through with the dryness.
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