Nat­u­rally yours

Hair - - Tress Talk -

Elab­o­rat­ing on the nat­u­ral side of things, Shah­naz says, “One can carry nimbu (lime), aloe vera gel, honey, vine­gar and tea bags. Mix lime juice with beer and ap­ply it to your hair. Leave on for a few min­utes and rinse off with plain wa­ter. The blend soft­ens and smoothens the hair and adds shine, too. Honey and vine­gar can also be used to rinse hair. Dip a tea bag in four-five cups of warm wa­ter. Re­move it and let the wa­ter cool. Then, add some lime juice and use it as a last rinse. This makes the hair silky and shiny.” Shah­naz con­tin­ues, “In dry and cold weather, the hair may lack mois­ture. To tackle this, use a mild herbal sham­poo. Af­ter sham­poo­ing, use a creamy con­di­tioner, mas­sag­ing it lightly into the hair. Leave it on for two min­utes and then rinse with plain wa­ter. This helps to soften the hair and makes it smooth and man­age­able. Al­ter­na­tively, take very lit­tle hair serum or a leave-in con­di­tioner, ap­ply it in the same way.”

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