Hair rinse - Add a protective coat to the hair shaft

Hair rinse serves a purpose of providing the final coating to the hair shaft. Natural hair care products enhance the effects greatly.

The most simple hair recipe consists of chamomile and water although some teas can be used for this purpose also.

Simply prepare chamomile tea (no sugar of course), take the tea bags out, let the water cool down and rinse the hair. This works for any type of hair.

Adding lemon to this tea will help keep the blond dye longer. It actually helps lighten the hair color.

Hair rinse for brittle hair

You will need:

1/2 cup of colorless (or neutral) henna powder
1/2 cup of plain yogurt or sour cream.

To prepare it, mix the henna powder and yogurt.
Apply to hair that has already been shampooed and that is damp.
Cover with a shower cap and leave it on for 20 minutes.
Rinse and dry.

Yogurt boosts the effect of henna that is to condition the hair by creating a fine film over the hair shaft. It is colorless, so it does not affect the hair color.

Vinegar cleanse

Vinegar is used to leave the hair shiny after it has been washed. To this, rosemary is added to create the stimulation of the scalp and promote growth of the hair.

You will need:

hair rinse 2 springs of fresh rosemary
1 cup of apple cider vinegar
3 cups of warm water.

Chop rosemary and place it in a jar.
Fill the jar with water and vinegar, and store in a cool and dry place.
It needs to be stored for one week.
During this time, shake the jar vigorously occasionally to disperse the rosemary.

When you want to use it, dilute 1/3 cup of liquid with 3 cups of warm water.
Rub into shampooed and damp hair and scalp.
Be careful it doesn't get into the eyes.
Rinse thoroughly and dry.

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