Natural Hair Care Tips That Will Show Your Beauty From Any Angle

Natural Hair Care Tips
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It is true that healthy and beautiful hair adds pizzazz and personality to your image? Are natural hair care tips the answer to all of your hair problems even if your hair is thin or dry? Are there other questions you should consider?

Of course! Two more questions come to mind…

You have to ask yourself, “at what price does all of this pizzazz come?” After leaving a beauty supply or Target store, do you ever wonder if you might be spending way too much time on expensive hair products and styling tools?  You might tend to ask yourself these type of questions if you never seem to get the stellar results you so desperately desire.

So, what is the answer?

In reality it is better if you use natural remedies and reduce chemical exposure.

Below are some simple natural hair care tips, which will give your lackluster hair some much needed shine.

1. Start eating a healthy diet and live a healthy lifestyle

Drinking lots of water and including protein into your diet through lentils and meat will improve your hair health. Vitamin A is vital for healthy natural hair care tips. Hence it is a great idea to start eating leafy green vegetables, cod liver oil (I know yuck!) and carrots.

2. Reduce harsh styling treatments and products

Use of chemicals, which are harsh, will harm your hair growth. Hence, it is advisable that you embrace tried and true natural hair care tips, so as not to cause unnecessary damage to your hair. Instead of flat ironing your hair, why not try a bun or updo. Or, gently towel dry your hair so that you are not using your blow dryer for long periods of time.

3. How to treat dry or damaged hair

Aloe vera will literally breathe new life into your hair. The all-natural serum will make your hair look and feel healthy and beautiful. All you need to do is apply small amounts of aloe vera gel on your hair instead of conditioner, let it sit on your hair for 1-2 minutes and rinse it.

Another reason I like this particular plant is that it can be used as a hair mask as it has the ability to Aloe Vera Hairboost the volume of your hair. You apply and let it sit for 30 minutes and rinse.

One more simple natural hair care tips remedy is using curd and lemon juice. Simply mix 2 tablespoons of curd and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and apply it on your hair roots and the length of your strands. Rinse with lukewarm water and voila softness, shine and silky hair is all yours.

The next 3 natural hair care tips should always be applied no matter what style you choose for your hair.

4. Keep your scalp clean

The frequency of hair washing should be dependent on the oiliness of your skin as well as the exposure to dust and dirt. Oils are essential for the health of your hair. So, no need to be stringent with your hair washing cycle just try to find a balance, which suits your needs.

5. Use a shampoo and conditioner for your hair type

This is not always easy. Sometimes you have to go with trial and error because what works great for one person may look like hell on someone else. You know your hair better than anyone, so go with the products that suit your hair type. Once you find a product or brand that works well with your hair type stick with it.

6. Use lukewarm or cold water when washing your hair

Water that is too hot strips your hair of natural oils and damages your hair. So test the water temperature and use water, which is lukewarm or cold.

When you follow these natural hair care tips you will be rewarded with gorgeous, silky and shiny hair that will show your true beauty from angle.

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Sherry Harris is a solopreneur at Sherry's Life. Follow me on Facebook and Twitter and, if you have thoughts on this article, join the conversation on Facebook.