Apr 27, 2013
Looking for something to use to really put some moisture back in my hair. I currently use the macadamia deep conditioner but I think my hair is become too used to it! My ends look so frazzled! Help!
Hi amanda, this is what I do and it helps a lot:
- wash your hair with a shampoo for dry/damaged hair (I use one from john frieda, but you can also use a cheaper one, just make shure its for damaged hair)
- always use a good conditioner to moisturise your hair (I use one from john frieda as well, but actually you can use every conditioner thst moisturise)
- after washind and toweldry your hair, take a bit of coconut oil and give it in the ends of your hair. do NOT wash it out, it will not look shiny when your hair is dry. do not blowdry your hair, just let it dry by the air. this helps to moistuise and transpire.
sorry for my english, I actually speak another language.
Try a home remedy: mix 2 eggs with 2 table spoons of olive oil then mix with a cup of water. Use less or more depending on hair thickness & length. Wrap with warm towel & cover with shower cap. Leave on for about 20 min. Shampoo & condition like normal. Very messy but well worth it. It's a great transformation for your hair 😉
Tigi Urban Antidotes level 2 & coconut oil once a week...I swear by it ;)
Regular shampoo and conditioning methods also what I use is the pantene or the v05 oil treatment works great...and a regular trim every 4 to 6 weeks.
I like to do home made hair masks like Constance mentioned. Really, you can use what you have on hand and don't have to go out and buy some expensive product you have no idea what's in it. I have dry frazzled ends also and I love this hair mask I make at home, wrap my head in saran wrap or a shower cap, put a towel on my pillow and leave it in over night.
1 cup plain Greek yogurt
2 tbsp honey
juice of a lemon (don't do this if you have color treated hair, the acid can strip it. but, for me it lightens my natural high lights and is good for my dandruff and stripping your hair/scalp of built of product)
1 tbsp cinnamon (good for blood flow and hair growth)
2 tbsp olive oil or any oil you have on hand. Coconut, almond or lavender oil are great!
2 tbsp mayonaise
1 egg (the protein in the egg white helps strengthen hair)
This recipe really saturates my hair. I have really long thick hair, so if you have short hair you can make this and save it for multiple uses or cut the recipe. You can also alter it and just use whatevers on hand, there are so many other things you can use!
Not your mothers conditioner you can get it at ulta it's in a red and white tube
Apr 28, 2013
Try neutrogena triple moisture hair mask it is amazing and smells so good.
Apr 29, 2013
Conditioners made with natural oils are the best you can put on your hair, I’ve been using the Pro naturals moroccan argan oil conditioner and the argan oil has been awesome for my dry and frizzy hair! They have it online.
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