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DIY Hair Masks That Bring Dull, Dry Strands Back To Life

Long hair, voluptuous brand is a symbol of almost all Indian women, their hair looks simply amazing. Before the invention of shampoos, women used to wash hair with powdered herbs, but you talk using shampoos filled with sodium lauryl sulfates that cause hair to become dry and thin, losing their environment. Instead of using the known brands, you can try some Ayurvedic shampoos as they contain herbal stimulants and have a beneficial effect on hair, stimulate growth and renewal. You could try coconut or jojoba oil, apply on hair and leave it for a couple of hours to keep moisture in and revitalize dry strands. DIY Hair Masks That Bring Dull, Dry Strands Back To Life

Improving your diet can do wonders too. Avocados are excellent for hair health; You can taste the meat of incorporating coconut, aloe juice, nettle tea, juices, buttermilk, yogurt and nuts. Walnuts contain zinc, fatty acids and sulfur, which stimulate hair growth. Here are some trick that I like to do before washing your hair and have helped a lot:

    • Brushing hair thoroughly
    • Rubbing heat oil (coconut or sesame oil) in the scalp
    • applying oil to the crown and scalp massage
    • Apply a little oil in your hand and rub your head with it, his way working strand.

I also like the use of DIY hair masks are 100% natural, easy to make and really helps my hair grows faster and stronger. Here are two of my favorites and I highly recommend you try them.

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For fine hair:

Mash the banana and add honey. Mix well until combined and apply the mixture over the entire length of your hair. Cover hair with a shower cap and leave for 15 minutes. Rinse and wash your hair as you normally do.

For weak strands:

  • 1 tbsp. fenugreek seeds (soaked overnight)
  • 1 tbsp. coconut oil
  • 1 tsp. amla powder
  • ½ tsp. bhringraj dust
  • hibiscus flowers (soaked overnight)
  • warm water
  • warm coconut oil

Soak fenugreek seeds and hibiscus flowers at night and enjoy the dry powders in the morning. Mix the powders and start adding hot water gradually to a paste. In a food processor, grind the seeds and leaves are dipped into a fine paste. Mix the paste with dry powder seed paste. Finally add the hot coconut and mixed in.



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