Home Remedies for Long and Thick Hair
There is no denying the fact that all of us want to look good irrespective of race, age, sex, creed and caste because after all, first impressions do matter. One must have surely heard of the phrase ‘Hairstyles can affect your appearance to a great extent’, so why shouldn’t one take good care of one’s ‘crowning glory’ to look one’s best all the time? Having long and thick hair almost seems like an impossible combination in today’s times because of the stressful and hectic lifestyles that people lead. Owing to lack of time to care for their hair or give it some love, the result is thin, lifeless, dull and flat hair.
Easy and economical home remedy
Long and thick tresses are every woman’s dream since they can add to their beauty. The best part is that one does not have to spend a lot of money on spa treatments in order to have beautiful to-die-for tresses and you can do it at home by following some effective home remedies. One of the best home remedies is to use something that can easily be found in every kitchen for treating one’s hair namely olive oil. For best results, heat the olive oil and the massage onto a clean scalp. Make sure that the oil stays overnight or at least for a few hours before washing it off with a mild and gentle cleansing shampoo.
While the old wives’ tale says that brushing one’s hair 100 times a day is necessary, it is actually quite damaging for the hair. Over-brushing is definitely not recommended as it breaks the hair and causes increased hair fall. Just comb your hair gently as and when needed in order to improve the blood circulation and to help the hair grow healthily and lusciously. Undergoing scalp massages are a must every week in order to promote hair growth and to make it stronger.
Does water intake impact hair?
The beauty tip about drinking at least two liters of water per day for beautiful and radiant skin also applies to hair. If you want to have healthy, silky, shiny and manageable hair then drink at least two liters or eight glasses of water in a day. If you cannot do this for some reason then try including a lot of fluids in your diet, like freshly prepared juices, healthy soups and so on. Fluids like coffee, tea and packaged juices definitely do not count here because they are full of unhealthy ingredients and caffeine, which are of course unfavorable for maintenance of healthy hair.
Tips and tricks for hair care
Always try to let your hair dry naturally instead of blow-drying it because applying heat on the hair causes damage. Also, do not make the blunder of overusing the heated tools for styling the hair because hair tends to get dry and lifeless when exposed to heat from heated styling tools for an extended period of time. Another useful home remedy would be to use aloe vera gel on the scalp. Alternatively beer is also very good for the hair - one can use beer to rinse the shampoo off and what would be left will be soft, shiny and voluminous hair.