3 effective ways to naturally tame your frizzy hair

Frizzy hair is probably the bad guy in every woman’s life. Imagine that you are getting ready, all dressed in your best clothes and ready to go out. But your hair doesn’t listen to you. And it ruins everything, even delaying your plans. And more so when you are at home your hair is shiny and bouncy and all of a sudden when you are making plans it gets frizzy. I have never been able to solve this riddle but there are natural ways to control it.

So what causes frizz? A lack of humidity. Humidity, the use of drying tools or other chemicals found in our daily hair care products can rob you of moisture. But don’t worry, take a trip through your kitchen and we’ll tell you the ingredients you need for shiny hair.

coconut oil

Coconut oil is an extremely effective technique for straightening frizzy hair. Coconut oil can prevent any further damage to your hair and also provides you with nutrients and minerals which will also help in hair growth. They help store natural oils in the hair and provide good conditioning.

You can also try olive oil if you like.

apple cider vinegar

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Apple cider vinegar is rich in minerals and acids, the essential ingredients for your hair. They contain a high pH level which makes the hair shinier and silkier. Take half a cup of organic apple cider vinegar and 1 cup of cold water. After shampooing, use the mixture as a cleanser and massage it in from the roots all the way through your hair. Leave for a few minutes and remove with a mild shampoo.

Eggs

Eggs are rich in protein and biotin, which are basically hair food. Egg masks are effective and productive for hair. So, if you are up for a hair mask, take an egg, add curd with lime juice. Mix all this in a bowl until the paste is smooth and apply it on your hair. Leave for an hour then rinse with a mild shampoo.

Try these remedies and see the change.

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Melissa R. Brumfield