Every woman wants healthy, shiny and all natural hair, but some struggle with it more than others.
Fortunately, there are a few natural ways that you can boost the health and shine of your hair.
Apple Cider Vinegar Wash
You can give your hair a great apple cider vinegar wash when you want to boost shine and improve health. Apple cider promotes sheen and reinforces the shafts of your hair strands.
1. Create your apple cider vinegar wash
You’ll want to combine 1/2 cup of organic apple cider vinegar with 3 Tbsp natural raw honey. Try to mix the ingredients with a whisk to create a thick liquid.
2. Wet your hair
You’ll want to do this wash in the shower, so start by wetting your hair completely.
3. Apply the wash to your hair
In the shower, apply the honey and apple cider vinegar wash you have created to your hair. Massage it into your scalp and hair strands.
Leave it in your hair for 5-10 minutes before rinsing multiple times with warm water.
Believe it or not, beer has been known to be a shine-promoter for hair for a number of years.
Beer contains wheat and barley, both of which improve hair health.
1. Choose the right beer
You’ll want to choose a light beer. These will give the most shine to your hair.
A fairly inexpensive light beer will do just fine. You’ll only need one 12 oz. can.
2. Wash the beer over your hair
Again, do this procedure in the shower, but for the beer, don’t wet your hair first.
Start with dry hair, and pour the beer over your hair, letting it run off into the shower. Leave the beer soaking on your hair for 10 minutes.
3. Rinse the beer
Finally, you’ll rinse out the beer with warm water. You’ll probably also want to wash your hair with a nice smelling, gentle shampoo and conditioner because you don’t want your hair to smell like it just had beer in it.
Don’t forget to use good general hair care. This means washing and conditioning your hair at least once every two days. You should also keep your hair neatly trimmed to prevent split ends.
Finally, when you want to style your hair, use a heat protectant spray, a ceramic straightening or curling iron and a nice cream or serum to keep frizz at bay.