Saturday, 3 November 2012

Natural Home Remedies For Dry Hairs | Beauty Tips - Homemade Beauty Tips

Natural Home Remedies For Dry Hairs | Beauty Tips - Homemade Beauty Tips

Natural Home Remedies For Dry Hairs

Heinz Apple Cider Vinegar. In a spray bottle, mix one-half cup of vinegar plus one cup of water. After you shampoo your hair, spray it with this solution. Not only will it add highlights to brown hair, it will also remove built-up residue and shampoo.
Epsom Salt. Need a hot oil treatment? Add three tablespoons of Epsom Salt to three tablespoons of your regular condition. Heat this concoction up in the microwave for about thirty seconds or until warm. Then work it into your hair. Let it sit for twenty minutes. Rinse with warm water. The magnesium sulfate in Epsom Salt will revitalize your hair.
Star Olive Oil. Rub a few drops of this oil into the palms of your hands and then into your hair. It will give you instant condition and shine.
Miracle Whip. Need a deep conditioner? Try using some Miracle Whip. Apply this condiment to your hair and let it sit for thirty minutes. Afterwards, rinse and shampoo your hair thoroughly.
Coca-Cola. Is your hair dull? Pour a can of coke on your hair. Work it in well and rinse it out. Your hair will shine.
Albert VO5 Conditioning Hairdressing. In order to lift up lack-luster hair or protect it from the sun, apply this product. Rub a dollop in your palms and apply it to your hair.
Budweiser. Do you love beer? If you do, use one of your six-pack cans to condition your dry hair. Just open it up, rinse it through your hair and let it sit for five minutes. Next, rinse your hair again with water. Beer will add moisture and body to your hair.
Coppertone. Apply a glob of Coppertone sunscreen to your hair as a conditioner. Afterwards, rinse it clean with water. The emollients in this product will moisturize your hair.
Wesson Corn Oil. Do you use Wesson Corn Oil for cooking? If you do, you need to know that you can also use it on your dry hair as a hot oil treatment. Warm up three teaspoons in the microwave for thirty seconds and apply it to your hair. Next, cover your dry hair with a shower cap or saran wrap. Let it sit for thirty minutes. Then shampoo and rinse it thoroughly.

Did You Know………?

* The English writer Samuel Johnson incorrectly proclaimed that the cause of baldness in men was due to dryness of the brain and its shrinking from the skull.
* Human hair is made from three layers of dead skin cells called keratin.
* The majority of hair follicles contain sebaceous glands that secrete oil keeping your hair lubricated and soft.
* A muscle attached to your hair (the arrector pili) is what causes it to stand on end and produce goose bumps.

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