Thursday, January 12, 2017

Don't Waste your money, this natural method can refresh or DYE YOUR HAIR.

Have you ever wanted to give your hair a lighter tone and smooth texture, but all the products out there cost more money than you're willing to spend?

Eggs and olive oil, two inexpensive kitchen ingredients, can take your hair from lifeless and dull to silky and shiny after just one treatment. Nourish your hair once a week with this mask to keep your hair looking healthy and vibrant, no matter the season.


All you have to do is mix one egg, one tablespoon of olive oil and one tablespoon of honey and apply this paste on a wet hair and also using this mixture you need to gently rub your scalp. Next thing you need to do is cover your head with a shower cap or towel and let it sit like that for about 20-30 minutes and then wash your hair as you normally do. Just make sure that you use some mild shampoo and warm water.

This amazing honey and cinnamon mixture will lighten your hair for a few shades. All you have to do is take a plastic container, and in it you have to mix two tablespoons of hair conditioner, four tablespoons of cinnamon powder and three tablespoons of honey. Next thing you need to do is mix nicely all the ingredients until you get a homogeneous mixture. Then you need to apply this mixture on a damp hair and finally you need to comb your hair.

When you are done, you need to wrap the hair with plastic wrap and leave it to stay like that for about two to three hours, then rinse it with a shampoo. The longer you hold the product on and the more you repeat the process, the result will be more visible.


Separate the egg yolks from the whites. To make a mask for dry hair, you only need the yolk, not the white. Egg yolks contain fat and protein that help moisturize and rejuvenate dry, lifeless hair. Separate the yolks from the whites and place the yolks in a small bowl.
To easily separate an egg, crack the egg on the rim of the bowl. Hold the egg upright over a bowl and carefully lift the top half of the shell. Pass the yolk back and forth between the shell halves and let the white drop into the bowl, then place the yolk in a separate bowl. Alternatively, you may also use egg oil.


Whisk the yolks or egg oil with olive oil. Pour the olive oil into the bowl with the yolks and whisk until the mixture is smooth and creamy. You should end up with about half a cup of mask mixture, enough to coat medium-length hair.

If your hair is very thick and long, add an extra tablespoon of olive oil.
If your hair is short, reduce the olive oil by a tablespoon.

Apply the mixture to damp hair. If your hair is a little wet, it will be easier to distribute the mask from your roots to your tips. Use a wide-toothed comb to comb the mask through your hair, making sure it coats every strand.

If you tend to have extra dry ends, use more mask mixture on your tips than on your roots.
If you end up with more of the mixture than you need, store it in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to a week.


Let the mask soak in for 20 minutes.To keep things neat, you might want to put your hair up in a loose bun and cover it with a shower cap. Wait patiently while the mask goes to work on your dry hair.

Shampoo your hair with cool water.The shampoo will remove excess oil and egg, leaving your hair shiny and soft with no buildup. Be sure to use cool or lukewarm water so the egg doesn't "cook" in your hair.

Dry your hair as normal. Either let air dry or use a hair dyer. Your newly moisturized hair should look softer and healthier now.