Natural hair – be creative with homemade recipes

Wear your hair naturally? Does not leach? How many will say, when you need to make a change of regime change to go natural hair as well. This often includes an adjustment to the type of products you have on your reels. A number of your old stand-stops do not provide the same results as folds, as they have the straight hair.

Product junkies will agree – you can spend hundreds of dollars testing the many products on the market, many of whichpresumably intended to be used in natural hair. But the bank is really no need to break for a healthy, natural, strong and shiny. Were important ingredients in your kitchen and bathroom!

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Kitchen Recipes

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Create your own hair recipes not only saves money but allows a more intimate relationship with hair – you can pull a much better idea of ​​what you want to get your hair, or rejects at-home experiments.

Be creative! There are some simple rules to followFind the perfect blend:

* Do not mix too many things at once. Start with simple recipes, for example, by mixing a main ingredient and adding a small amount of another. It is much easier to determine what worked and what did not, if the list of ingredients is limited.

* Create two-ingredient mixes and try to find a mix that works well on your hair. If there is a mix of "perfect", continue to use! If there is a mix of "good enough", repeat the recipe with the same main ingredient, thenalter the secondary ingredient until you reach perfection. You may find you need the amount used, on the contrary, that the main ingredient the secondary ingredient.

* If there is a particular ingredient, you can almost always work well on hair, make it a staple food for your hair recipes, adding as part of all your recipes.

* Change the way you apply the mixture to your hair. Try dousing your hair with your Super Yogurt Surprise while your hair is soaking wetShower. It works like this? Try another time by a little 'more liquidy and spray dried with a hair spray bottle. Perhaps your hair responds better to this application.

* For ingredients, is a general rule, if it's good to ingest, probably okay to keep your hair and apply. Puree fruit, honey, cider vinegar and many other items are a great addition to recipes for homemade hair.

* Take note of what works for you and how it works. Some recipes maybetter for the clarification, while others are great for hair treatments.

* Research and compare! If you are a bit 'timid about applying egg whites to your hair are, to use the resources available to you before doing so. Searching the Internet for your specific ingredients. You can only find others who have experienced the same type of recipe and enjoyed success or experienced a nightmare.

* Go through your kitchen! Many cities have health food stores and natural stores with a large and well stockedSelection of ingredients for the hair to improve the recipes. Experiment with essential oils (a few drops go a long way!), Xanthan gum (a thickener, which is known as xanthan), as well as air conditioners and leave-in that probably will not find in department stores and pharmacies.

Remember, a recipe failure is a good thing. And 'you know what your hair simply does not respond well. The worst thing that can possibly happen with the use of home-made products is the need to wash your hair again, so as to obtainBe creative!

Note: Use of homemade mixes for coloring hair is not recommended.

Natural hair – be creative with homemade recipes

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Posted on October 7, 2011, in kitchen recipes and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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