A healthy, glowing and flowing mane is certainly known to be a woman’s treasure. Your hair not only exhibits your lifestyle; but also reveal your state-of-mind. Therefore, it becomes important for you to take due care of your tresses – more so, depending upon their type and texture, for better results. Renowned Cosmetologist & Aesthetician and Founder-Director of ALPS Beauty Clinics, Ms. Bharti Taneja, shares how to do it with utmost ease.
If your hair need to be washed two times in a week in summers and three times during winters; you have normal tresses.
*Wash your hair according their daily requirement.
*Massage you hair with a mixture of sesame and almond oil once a week, leave for overnight and wash off the very next morning to catch hold of a nourished mane.
*Do not tie your hair too tightly while sleeping and use very hot water for hair washing; instead use lukewarm water for this purpose.
If you start realizing grime in your hair the very next day you wash your hair in summers and every second day during winters – then, you should consider your mane as oily.
*Use lemon as a conditioner, if you want to infuse some bounce onto your hair to make them appear fresh and flowing. For this, squeeze half lemon into a mug filled with water and use this water for last rinse of your hair-wash.
*If you’re a victim of oily dandruff due to excessive greasiness on your mane you can try this simple remedy. Boil one teaspoon of triphala powder in half-cup of water for sometime and filter the mixture. Now, add a spoon of vinegar to it and apply for overnight. Wash-off with a good shampoo the very next morning to discover oil-free hair.
If your hair appear rough and damaged, even after proper shampooing, conditioning and caring; they are dry in nature.
*Every time before you wash, massage you hair with olive or castor oil.
*To create a homemade conditioner, mix few drops of lemon and castor oil in blended egg. Now, apply it for half an hour on your entire scalp and wash off with a conditioner-rich shampoo to do away with the stink of egg.