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Hair products can contain several harmful ingredients which can damage your hair, this is why more and more people are turning towards homemade hair treatments. The best thing about homemade hair treatments is that you can't damage your hair. Natural ingredients don't contain damaging chemicals which can dry out your hair, and since you are preparing your hair treatment you know every ingredient contained in it. There are a variety of recipes available for homemade hair treatments and several ingredients you can use to help your hair... Read More
To maintain and boost the health of our tresses, regular hair treatments are highly recommended. Whether we want to undo the damage we created through time or we we are trying to repair some of the hair care mistakes that impacted our tresses more than we would have thought of, hair treatments are a good idea we can turn to. Although beauty stores abound in hair products that promise us total health and maximum shine for our tresses, homemade hair treatments can be a better alternative from multiple points of view. More environmental friendl... Read More
Our hair is subjected to external damaging factors on a daily basis so paying attention to hair care is extremely important. Damaged hair looses some of its natural beauty and becomes difficult to manage and style so preventing hair damage by turning to different hair treatment can only be beneficial. Because purchasing hair treatments, and because certain cosmetics contain harmful ingredients, more and more people are tuning towards natural homemade hair treatments as there are a variety of recipes available, plus natural ingredien... Read More
It's a well known fact that only healthy hair looks fabulous and can easily be styled. The idea of loading your hair with chemicals isn't as appealing, this is why healthier alternatives have become highly attractive. Homemade hair treatments offer a healthier and inexpensive alternative to replenishing the hair's natural beauty, and there are a variety of ingredients in your kitchen you can use to satisfy your hair's needs. Nature has provided us with everything we need to survive, and the ingredients contained in plants, fruits, veggies, c... Read More
The heat and the high UV rays given off by the sun during the hot season, can dry out and cause substantial damage to your locks, so protecting them is a must if you wish to keep your tresses looking soft and healthy. There are a variety of treatments, homemade or store products available to help you protect your locks from heat damage, all you need to do is select the ones that work for you. These summer hair treatments help moisturize your hair, keeping it soft and healthy, so make sure you spare some of your precious time for pampering yo... Read More
The following 6 cheap home hair treatments work with natural ingredients. Fresh vegetables and fruits are packed with antioxidants and protect your locks from any damages caused by heat treatment and chemicals. Inject fun into your beauty regime by preparing your own hair care formulas and hair spa treatments.1. Potato and Aloe Vera Treatment Contribute to healthy hair growth and restore the shiny soft texture of your locks with this simple treatment. Use a blender to mix 1 potato with 2 tbs of Aloe Vera gel and 1 tbs of honey. Massage the p... Read More
By now you've almost surely heard at least one person raving about the benefits of the hot oil treatment for hair. Whether you've dismissed it as a simple fad or got interested, chances are the hot oil hair treatment has stirred your curiosity. If you're pondering whether you should give the hot oil treatment a go, here are some things you should know about it: First off, as stated, there are many benefits that make including a homemade hot oil treatment in your weekly hair care routine regardless of whether you have dry hair or your stan... Read More
All women would like to have that long and shiny hair that they see in shampoo and hair mask commercials. Unfortunately, that does not come naturally so often, reason for which you have to work in order to get it. Although you might be tempted to purchase all kinds of hair treatments that are incredibly expensive and that promise to do wonders but fail in the end, you can try some homemade hair treatments. As almost everything that is homemade is better, you will surely not regret trying it.Mayo hair mask One of the most appreciated ... Read More
Such hair treatments represent a great way for you to nourish your hair, make it look richer and glossier. Plus, they are also budget-friendly, which is a great pro!At Home Hair TreatmentEgg Hair TreatmentProbably the most common hair treatment prepared at home. You should throw an entire egg over your hair (for those of you with oily hair, just the egg white) and let the mask sit for 20 minutes. The egg's enzymes will clean both your locks and scalp, while the yolk will moisturize and add shine to your hair. In the end, make sure you rinse ... Read More
African American hair is thicker and coarser so special care is needed for this type of hair. In order to keep the hair looking in good condition you must take good care of your tresses. Deep conditioning is a must if you want your hair to look and feel good. For the deep conditioner to fulfill it's duties you must use it along with heat to allow the conditioner to penetrate the hair. If your hair is dry you might want to use overnight hair treatments in order to make the hair look and feel smoother. There are overnight hair treatment produc... Read More
The hair care industry abounds in hair treatments that promise to deliver superior results and get us closer to our desired look. One of the relatively recent hair treatments that promises to deliver a beautiful sheen is hair glaze, which can work for any hair type. Although hair glazes are often referred to as hair glosses, there is a slight difference between the two concepts. A gloss actually penetrates the hair cuticle and lasts for two to four weeks. A glaze, however, is simply coating the hair shaft and, as a result, it lasts less, usu... Read More