8 Homemade Hair Treatments

For All Hair Types

Eggs, yogurt, and honey are, at first glance, all components of a tasty breakfast—but they also happen to be hair treatment ingredients, and affordable, all-natural ones at that. And they’re not the only ones. Did you know, for instance, that the oils in avocados more closely resemble our own skin’s oils than any product in the beauty aisle does? Or that the mild acidity in lemon is a useful—and gentler—alternative to chemical-laden products? Next time your locks need a lift, save money by using one of these kitchen fixes. Read more

Tips for beauty hairs with the use of juice lemon

Well, I knew that lemon is the best cure for almost everything (!) that goes wrong with my health, but I didn’t know that it’s good for my hair, too. Lemon can make my hair look healthier and more shiny in the most natural way. So I gathered some smart tips that we girls need to follow to make it shine!

1. For highlighting

This is my favorite and is exactly what I need for my hair! If you want to highlight your hair, first wash it, dry it and then apply some fresh squeezed lemon juice on the sections you want. Brush your hair and then enjoy the sun. Yes, expose your hair to the sun until lemon juice is dried and then wash it off with warm water. So easy!

2.For shining

If you want your hair to shine and shimmer like never before, then try this one: pour fresh lemon juice in a cup of water and rinse your hair with it. Extra tip: you can mix your conditioner with lemon juice, apply it on your hair and leave it for a minute or two. Then rinse thoroughly and get ready to shine!

3.For growing

OK, this is the one that everyone worries about, hair growing. You can massage your hair using lemon juice mixed with coconut oil or olive oil if you want your hair to grow faster. This also works for hair loss because vitamin C strengthens your roots. Exciting, right?

4.For dandruff

Here is a recipe that can help you get rid of it: 1 ts fresh lemon juice, 3 ts water, 1 ts vinegar and ¼ ts salt. Mix all the ingredients and apply them to your scalp for 15 minutes. Rinse with warm water and then wash your hair with your shampoo as always. If you do this regularly for three or four months you will see the difference.

5.For oily scalp

This is for me, I have an oily scalp and it’s awful. Mix fresh lemon juice with vinegar, in equal amounts, and apply it on your scalp. Lemon juice contains citric acid that helps remove the excess oil and dead cells from your scalp. Hallelujah!

6.For lice

You want to get rid of lice? No problem! Mix lemon juice with garlic or almond paste and say goodbye to lice!
These tips are great, really! They are great because they’re natural! But careful, don’t overdo it with the lemon juice. Remember to set limits.

7 Tricks to Make Your Hair Look Thicker

1. Consider Bangs

If your hair is thin at the crown but still thick in front, try bangs to create a fuller look. To go a step further, take a slice of hair underneath the bangs and color it two shades darker than the rest of your hair color, says hairstylist Sam Villa, education artistic director for Redken. When you bring the top layer of fringe down over it, your bangs will look thicker because of the deeper color underneath. Read more

7 Ultra Easy Things to Do for Curly Hair

I have a love/hate relationship with my curls, but fortunately, there are lots of things to do for curly hair that keep me from just giving up and shaving it all off. Let’s face it, curly hair can look perfect, but it can also be tough to work with. With so much advice and so many products out there for curly hair, I’ve narrowed them down to some tips I think you’ll find handy. Check out these things to do for curly hair. Read more


When you have a collection of hair care products in your bathroom that would rival your local drug stores’, then it might be time to try a new approach. There are far simpler and cheaper ways to get a beautiful, glossy head of hair like eating properly, taking good care of your hair and applying some natural, home treatments to your hair. If you want to save yourself a pot of money, then let Mother Nature take care of your hair with our eight tips on how to get shiny hair, the natural way: Read more

DIY Hair Masks for Dry Hair – part 2

1. Egg Mask
If you have damaged #hair, you shouldn’t worry, because this is an easy fix for it. For this mask, you’ll need an egg, one cup of milk, two tablespoons of olive oil, and a squeeze of lemon. First, separate the #egg whites and egg yolk. Beat the separated egg yolks, then add the milk and olive oil. Add a squeeze of a lemon to the mixture, and you’re all done. #Time to massage it into your scalp and let it sit for 15 minutes.

2. Banana Mask
To smooth your hair, grab two overripe bananas, one tablespoon #coconut oil, one tablespoon olive oil, and one tablespoon of honey. Blend the banana together until no chunks are remaining. Now add the rest of the ingredients and mix together. You only have to leave it on for 5 minutes, and then you can wash it all out. Read more

DIY Hair Masks for Dry Hair – part 1

DIY masks for dry hair are the perfect way to restore its lost moisture and shine without the extra cost of special #hair care products or unneeded chemicals. Making a mask for dry hair isn’t hard at all, and it doesn’t require any particular skill, special products or #time you don’t have. And here are a few treatments for dry hair you can try as soon as…well…this very moment! Read more

4 DIY Hair Masks For Shiny Healthy Hair

In many cultures, rich, lustrous hair is regarded as a sign of fertility, strength and overall good health. Discover four DIY moisturizing masks for each hair type that you can easily make in minutes using all-natural ingredients you probably have sitting in your kitchen right now!

Skip the unnecessary expense plus the toxins and chemicals found in commercial hair products and look to your kitchen for the BEST natural conditioners to moisturize and revitalize your hair! Read more