Hair-Care In Mansoon

Hii guys, Toady we will discuss one of the most imporatant aspect of our beauty which is nothing but our hair i.e. hair care in mansoon. A woman’s hair is the first most noticeable part of her beauty. It enhance her personality. Here I am not saying your hair style makes you beautiful, but it definitely adds to your natural beauty.

Here I am sharing 6 ways to promote your hair growth and which is also helps to add Natura beauty.

1.Use eggs for hair care.

  • Eggs are the richest source of protein.
  • The best ingredient is eggs for protein treatment, Depending on the length of your hair, take one or two eggs and beat it properly.
  • Apply the egg on wet hair and allow it to sit for 30 minutes.
  • Wash your hair with lukewarm water and shampoo.You can use this protein treatment for once or twice a week.
  • Another option is to mix together one egg yolk ,one tablespoon of hair oil of your choice and two tablespoon of water.
  • Use this mixture to massage your scalp and head. Do this activity once or twice a week for better results.

2. Olive oil as a hair promoter.

  • Olive oil will help soften your hair.
  • Massage your hair and scalp with warm olive oil and leave it on at least for 30 to 45 minutes.
  • Rinse it out thoroughly and wash your hair with mild shampoo.
  • You can also leave the oil on you hair overnight and then shampoo your hair next morning.

3. Alove Vera as moisturizing ingredient.

  • Another very popular ingredient that can be used to enjoy thicker hair is alove Vera ,thanks to it’s moisturizing quality.
  • It will also help to restore the pH balance of the scalp.
  • Remove the gel from one or two aloe Vera leaves and rub the gel onto your head & scalp.
  • Allow it to sit for 30 min before rising your hair with lukewarm water.
  • Do this once or twice a week to get volumanarie hair.
  • You can also consume 1 tablespoon of alove Vera juice daily on an empty stomach to enjoy better hair growth and overall health.

4. For hair massage use castor oil

  • Massaging your scalp regularly with cold pressed caster oil is one of the easiest way to get thicker hair naturally.
  • Simply Apply it on your head and scalp and massage in circular motion works efficiently.
  • Comb your hair to distribute the oil throughout your hair and removes tangles.Take a towel moistened with warm water and cover your whole head.
  • Leave it on at least for one hour and then shampoo your hair as usual.Follow this remedy for one week to enjoy lustrous and thick hair.

5. To maintain hair care in mansoon use Henna leaves.

  • Another easy way to get thicker hair naturally is to apply henna leaves.
  • Heanna leaves will give your hair natural color and make it thicker, soften and less prone to breakage.
  • Grind a handful of fresh Heanna leaves with a little water to make fine paste.
  • Let it to set for two hours and then apply it to your hair. With shower cap cover your entire hair.After few hours , wash your hair thoroughly and shampoo.

Note :Make sure to wear your gloves when using henna and apply the paste using a hair brush to avoid staining.

6. Use shampoo/serums which contain silicon for hair care in mansoon.

  • Silicone has proven one of the best anti-frizz ingredients in hair product.
  • A perfect choice for rainy climates, it reduces frizz by sealing the top layer of hair and becomes noticeable.
  • So pick up shampoo and conditioner to your hair which contain silicon and see the result.

Mansoon is very worst season for hair.Humidity can lead to hair fall & infections of the scalp.Hair also tends to become limp & lifeless during the mansoon season. I hope you will follow above hair care plan for this season.

Thank You…!

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