Saturday, April 14, 2007

Homemade Hair Conditioner Recipes

Tension, overwork and illness can effect your hair. Short hair is normally healthier than long hair: Breaking hair or hair which split at the ends has usually been badly treated. This may have been caused by over-exposure to sun, over-perming, amateur bleaching, too frequent and in­expert use of tints, rinses or other colorants or too much hair lacquer.

Begin by finding the- cause of the bad condition of your hair and correct it. A good hair conditioner available in the market will help you enormously. You may easily make a conditioner yourself. This should be used after shampoo and before the final rinse. Leave it on for five minutes, combing it through the hair repeatedly, then rinse and set. The best conditioner is massage. All the recipes given below will show better results if well massag­ed into the scalp.

Quick Hair Conditioner
Mix together 1 egg,2 tablespoons castor oil, I teaspoon vinegar and 1 teaspoon glycerine. Beat constantly and massage into the scalp. Wrap your head in a hot towel and steam the hair, then wash off. This conditioner will make your hair look thicker, shiny, soft and manageable.

Honey Hair Conditioner
Beat up an egg and mix to it I teaspoon honey and 2 tea­spoons coconut or olive oil. Massage it well into the scalp. Steam the hair and then shampoo. This leaves the hair easy to manage and looking lovely.

Alcoholic Hair Conditioner
Beat up an egg and 2 tablespoons brandy. Massage into the scalp. Leave for 10 minutes and rinse off. The egg nourishes and the brandy stimulates.

Gypsy Hair Conditioner
Steep a medium sized onion. Cut into slices in half a cup of rum. Leave it for 24 hours. Now remove the onions and use the remaining liquid for massaging the scalp. This is an effective liquid for those losing hair.
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