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Treat Your Hair with Food
You don't need to splurge for an expensive salon trip because your next hair treatment is in your kitchen. It can be a bit messy but if you don't mind the getting your hands dirty here are easy homemade hair fixes right from your pantry!

Use Avocado to Add Shine

If you have extra avocados sitting on your counter use them before they become too ripe. Simply mashed the avocado and apply it from mid-shaft to the ends. Let it sit for 20 minutes and follow with your usual hair cleanse. After you get out from the shower you'll be greeted with super-shiny hair.
Additional avocado hair treatments: Peppermint Avocado Hair Mask

Use Coconut Oil to Nourish Split Ends

Ditch the expensive hair oils. All you need to do is rub a few drops of coconut oil to the ends to calm split ends.

Use Apple Cider Vinegar to Remove Buildup

Rinse your hair monthly with apple cider vinegar to remove residue. Continuous use will improve hair shine and volume. Remember to rinse thoroughly or you'll smell like salad!
Did you know? You can also stop hair loss with apple cider vinegar.

Use Cornstarch to Degrease

Don't have dry shampoo? If you have light hair sprinkle a bit of cornstarch on your roots to suck out the grease. Shake out the excess to avoid white residue.
For dark hair, try this homemade dry shampoo recipe.

Use Egg to Strength Hair

Crack an egg, whip it up and apply it to dry hair. Then wrap in a towel or cover it with a hair cap for 20 minutes. Finally, rinse thoroughly with lukewarm.
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@chandnip804 Always dilute it in water. The ratio should be 1:1. Hope this helps!
2 years ago·Reply
@hairconfetti, thank you for the information
2 years ago·Reply
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I'm wanting to try coconut oil for my split ends, would i just put a little on each split end and leave it, or should I shampoo my hair afterwards? would it be best when i haven't washed it for a day or should i shampoo it, wait for it to dry and then use the coconut oil? this article is very helpful! Thanks in advance to anyone offering advice!
2 years ago·Reply
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@Tangerinexx So this is what you do--Try working 1 tbsp. through your hair and letting it soak for 30 minutes to an hour. If you want extremely soft ends let it sit for 3-4 hours. I recommend using a shower cap to keep the moisture in. Wash out the oil with a gentle shampoo and rinse as needed. Hope this helps!
2 years ago·Reply
egg is perfect & too easy to apply
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