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Dry, friz­zled and hair needs proper care, which in­cludes con­di­tion­ing. Con­di­tion­ing is a process that helps keep your hair hy­drated, mak­ing it smooth, soft and friz­zfree. How­ever, load­ing your tresses with chem­i­calladen con­di­tion­ers can be un­healthy in the long run. Here are some nat­u­ral con­di­tion­ers, you can use:

Vine­gar and egg

To make this con­di­tioner, you need eggs, olive oil, honey, vine­gar and lemon juice. Whisk two eggs, add a ta­ble­spoon of vine­gar and two tea­spoons of lemon juice; mix well. Add about one and a half tea­spoons of olive oil and one ta­ble­spoon of honey. Mix un­til it be­comes a thick paste. Ap­ply the paste on your hair and leave on for 10 min­utes be­fore rins­ing.

Co­conut oil and honey

Take one ta­ble­spoon of co­conut oil, one ta­ble­spoon honey, one ta­ble­spoon lemon juice, two ta­ble­spoons of curd and one tea­spoon of rose wa­ter. Mix well and ap­ply them on your sham­pooed hair. Leave for 15 min­utes and rinse off.

Apple cider vine­gar

Mix two ta­ble­spoons of apple cider vine­gar, one ta­ble­spoon honey and two cups of wa­ter. Once you have sham­pooed your hair, pour this so­lu­tion on your hair, avoid­ing the scalp. There is no need to rinse.

Yogurt

Beat an egg then add six ta­ble­spoons of yogurt and mix prop­erly. Mas­sage the mix­ture into your hair and cover with a plas­tic cap. Rinse off with luke­warm wa­ter af­ter 20 min­utes.

Aloe vera

Mix four ta­ble­spoons of aloe vera gel with one ta­ble­spoon lemon juice. Ap­ply to your sham­pooed hair and wait for five min­utes. Rinse with luke­warm wa­ter. (Free Beauty Tips)

Pho­tog­ra­pher: Ter­rence Thomp­son

Venue: Prom­e­nade Gar­dens

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