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Your Own Homemade Hair Care Products

May 10, 2008
Women are usually very particular with the look of their hair because it is what people will notice straight away and they will remember someone's hair the most. That is why we want our hair to look as good as it possibly can most of the time. Most of us have drawers that are stuffed with curling irons, combs, brushes and flat irons.

Our bathrooms are where we usually put our sprays, gels, hot oil treatments, shampoos, and conditioners. Do we really use them? or Are they for the shelves decoration? If that is the case, please think again because all this stuff is not cheap. You can save money and still maintain a magnificent hair with homemade hair care products. You don't even have to buy new ingredients for homemade hair care products which you can find in your kitchen.

Shiny hair is a sign of peaceful soul and a healthy body to many of us. This is what we usually see when people are walking out of a salon. Yes you can have hair that is fresh-from-the-salon glow by using sprays and conditioners. However they are not cheap and some of them may make your hair sticky.

Do not use too much leave in sprays because they can sometimes weigh down your hair. Do not use too much of shine enhancing sprays because they can make your hair look oily and unwashed. However there are a few homemade hair care products that can make and help restore your hair natural shine.

Don't Waste Your Beer

Beer has been historically used in homemade hair care product to add shine to a person's hair. Not surprising several of the best hair care company's include beer in the shampoos and conditioners that are later sold at salons due to their effectiveness at making hair shiny. These hair care companies had done some research and found that the hair becomes shiny not really because of the beer but rather the hops (a beer ingredient)which added the glow.

Using Tea

Tea is a delicious drink but not many of us know what it can do to our hair. If beer is not your choice to use for shining your hair, then you should try tea. It has been a successful handmade hair remedy that adds shine. I am not asking you to simply setting a tea bag on your scalp because it won't work that way. What you need to do is boil the water then let the teabag time to seep, when the homemade hair care product has had enough time to cool just pour it over your hair.

A Second Cup of Espresso

If you are an espresso drinker but are not a fan of both tea and beer. You still can have shiny hair with homemade hair care using a cup of espresso but it has to be extra strong then pour it over your head, of course without sugar or milk. To achieve the best results pour the espresso on dry hair. 20 minutes later rinse it off.
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Before wasting money on products that won't work, make sure you check Hazel Hughes' excellent free report on organic-skin-and-hair-care
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