The se­cret to healthy hair may lie in your kitchen

Go through your kitchen cab­i­nets to find the so­lu­tions for your hair woes — the rem­edy lies with mother na­ture

Hindustan Times (Patna) - Live - - Lifestyle -

All of us want hair that’s shinier, glossier, silkier and health­ier but heat treat­ments, chem­i­cals, pollution and the dry­ness in the weather of­ten dam­age our hair. How­ever im­pos­si­ble as it may seem, nat­u­ral home reme­dies can help you get sa­lon-like hair. Here are some ex­pert tips to help you get a head full of healthy hair.

Egg mask: Eggs are an im­por­tant source of es­sen­tial fatty acids and pro­teins. By us­ing a pack or mask con­tain­ing eggs will help you strengthen the roots as well as con­di­tion your hair to get rid of split ends. Put some curd and you will see your hair be­come vis­i­bly smoother, un­tan­gled and health­ier. Honey: Honey mixed with curd and ap­plied on the ends of your hair is a mir­a­cle treat­ment for stub­born split ends. Use a wide-tooth comb: Af­ter you ap­ply con­di­tioner in the shower, slowly run a wide-tooth comb through

HONEY MIXED WITH CURD AND AP­PLIED ON THE ENDS OF YOUR HAIR IS A MIR­A­CLE TREAT­MENT FOR STUB­BORN SPLIT ENDS

hair un­til all the tan­gles are out. This pre­vents the snaps and break­age, you can in­cur when you try to brush your hair that is roughed up from a towel-dry.

Limit dam­ag­ing ser­vices: Treat­ments such as hair colour, high­lights, straight­en­ing, and perms all cause trauma that can re­sult in a bevy of split ends. Try to limit ser­vice to just one ma­jor hair con­cern and re­frain from wash­ing strands for at least 48 hours af­ter­ward, when they’re most por­ous and likely to break and split.

Get reg­u­lar cuts: Al­though a hair­cut is the only way to get rid of split ends, reg­u­lar trims are your best pro­tec­tion against them. The longer you wait to trim, the greater the chance you have of split ends wors­en­ing and trav­el­ling up the shaft.

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