Aloe Vera Gel:
Monsoon months of humidity may leave hair locks parched. You can quench hair's thirst with Aloe Vera. It is a natural humectant, which attracts moisture and restores hair's hydration from within.
You can follow these DIY recipes.
- Blend in 3 tablespoons of Aloe Vera gel with 3 tablespoons of Parachute Advanced Hair Oil using a fork (for shoulder length hair; double up the ingredients in case of long hair).
- Apply the gel on your hair and scalp. You could ever wrap your hair up with a hot towel for the oil to penetrate deeper and faster into the scalp.
If you don't want bad hair days to last the entire season, make Oats your hair's best friend. It will trap the moisture in and tame the frizz out in a jiffy!
- Blend 1/2 cup Oats, 2 tablespoon of coconut based hair oil, and 1/2 cup milk into a paste.
- Apply this hair mask to your scalp and your hair as well. These ingredients are enough for shoulder length hair. If you have longer hair, make sure you double it up!
If your hair is craving a solution to its monsoon hair woes like frizz, static flyaways and limpness, look no further than the hydrating goodness of Methi.
- Soak 2 tablespoons of methi seeds overnight in 1 cup of water and blend into a paste the next day.
- Add the paste to 1/2 a cup of yogurt and 1 tablespoon of Parachute Advanced Hair Oil.
- Apply the hair mask to the scalp and hair ends, and leave it on for 30 minutes before washing it off.
Make your hair strong from within with the Aryuvedic nourishment of Shikakai. With its strengthening, anti-fungal, and shine-promoting properties, no monsoon winds can stand a chance!
- Mix 1 tablespoon of Shikakai powder with 1 cup of coconut based hair oil.
- Shake vigorously, and let the mixture rest for 2 weeks.
- Keep shaking it in the middle as well.
- After 2 weeks, your Shekakai oil will be ready to use.
Hope you are gonna try all these recipes. Comment below which recipe your liked the most.
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