If you look around, nature has so much to offer. Yes you can even highlight your hair to the glowing shades of gold or copper using common kitchen ingredients. The most popular DIY hair highlighters are lemon juice, baking soda, salt and staying in sun. But too much of any of them can be drying and/or damaging to your hair. If you want to lighten your hair but don’t want to damage them, use Chamomile
My love for beetroot is very recent. Despite it being highly nutritious, I’ve never really liked the taste of beetroot. But this cooked beetroot salad quickly changed my mind, and I now eat it twice a week — and that too wantingly. This salad is so simple and healthful, I thought I would share it with you. Best of all it takes mere minutes to make.
Homemade Hair Styling Gel: All Natural And So Easy Get ready to increase your fab factor… With just one ingredient you can create a 100% organic and natural hair styling gel. And it will give you everything you desire – hold, texture, control, body, style, shine, and wet look. That one ingredient is flax seed, one of my favorite, which you must have known by now, as I keep singing praises for this tiny but mighty seed. Flax seed is pac
Washing your hair every single day is actually doing more harm than good. When you shampoo your hair daily you strip your scalp and hair of its beautiful natural oils and nutrients. This can lead to breakage, dull looking hair, and overall, it will make your scalp dry and flaky. So try washing your hair every second or third day. Not only will this save you a lot of time, but skipping days in between shampooing will actually slow down oil prod
According to an age-old hair care tip ‘combing your hair several times will keep your hair healthy, Shiny, and abundant’. So what is the truth in this saying? I have seen my grandma comb her hair several times – I haven’t really counted the exact number, but it was for about 5 minutes or so – and then tie a neat plait or knot them into a bun. Even in late 80s her hair was long, fairly thick (for her age), with an equal mix of black and white
It may sound simple and easy, but there are a lot of things that you can over/under-do – mostly people overdo – like amount of shampoo, water temperature, how many times to wash and more. The more I learn about hair washing, the more I realise that hair basic can make a huge difference in how your hair looks and feels. So I thought I’d share some of my tips with you on how to wash your hair the right way.
I can’t believe how long my hair has grown. This is the longest my hair has every been. And I am loving every bit of this experience and challenge. But it’s less complicate than I thought it would be. This years my health has also got better, although I never had any illness. But for me good health means more energy, strong digestion, strong joints and muscles, and peaceful sleep. When I sleep better, I need less sleep and I wake-up early f
I have been using rosemary hair rinse for about 3 months now. I am not sure if it has changed the colour of my hair – I henna dye every month – but it surely has changed the colour of my white tumbler (which I use to pour the rinse) to light brown. Although, I see lots of tiny new hair sprouting all over my head recently. And I also noticed that I am shedding less hair.
If you have oily hair, clay hair mask is a great natural option. I particularly like fullers earth or multani mitti for greasy hair. This wonderful clay is very effective at absorbing excess oils and impurities from your scalp, leaving it clean and revitalized.
If you are looking for natural ways to darken your hair, try Sage and Black Tea Rinse. This rinse will gently darken your grey hair and also add shine, depth, texture, and gloss to your hair.
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