Is your hair dry, dull, and brittle? You can go through the “care” box in an institute or at your hairdresser, but you can also try to repair your damaged wicks thanks to products you already have in your kitchen cupboards. Here are the main tips that are easy to access.
Egg and avocado
Mash a ripe avocado in a bowl with an egg, then apply this home remedy on wet hair. Avocados are rich in vitamins, in essential fatty acids and in minerals who help restore shine to your dry hair. Leave it on for at least 20 minutes, then rinse it off several times. Repeat once a week for damaged hair and once a month to maintain your hair.
Reheat slightly half a cup of olive oil, then rub it into your hair. Cover your head with plastic wrap, then wrap everything in a towel. Leave it on for 30 to 45 minutes, then wash the hair until the oil is completely removed. You can vary the pleasures by also testing jojoba, coconut, or sweet almond oil.
Another option: mix a few drops sandalwood essential oil with a tablespoon of olive or jojoba oil. Rub the mixture into your palms, then apply it to the tips of dry hair for instant smoothing.
To give shine to dry and brittle hair, you can use a small amount of Butter. Massage your dry hair with this product, then cover it with a shower cap for about half an hour. Wash the hair to remove all traces of butter and admire the result.
Mix an egg with a small amount of shampoo, apply this paste to your damaged hair, leave on for five minutes and rinse. This treatment helps improve the protein content of your hair, according to the site Best Health Mag.
Reviveto your hair by mixing a teaspoon of apple cider vinegar with two tablespoons olive oil and three egg whites, then rub the mixture into your dry hair. Cover your hair for about half an hour with plastic wrap or a shower cap, then use your regular shampoo and rinse.
Use a large bowl of warm, unsweetened tea as a rinse water after your regular shampooing. Tea can revive your hair color, so be sure to use a black tea if you have dark hair, rooibos for red hair, and an infusion of chamomile if you have blonde hair.