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We all face a time in our lives when looking in the mirror leaves you horrified – your hair seems completely neglected thanks to the damage it has.
I faced such a time when I was dealing with my anxiety.
I couldn’t calm down enough to care about the way my hair looks.
It was not important.
But once I’ve bounced back to my normal self, I struggled to find a quick, natural fix to deal with the problem of dry and frizzy hair, because I didn’t want to cut my long, dark hair.
After thoroughly researching and trying out various hair care tips and tricks, I came up with a list of natural home remedies for dry and frizzy hair that can be made with the ingredients available in your kitchen (or found at the nearest shop).
Of course, home remedies will never be as effective as store-bought products, but if you want to deal with the problem naturally, it is not impossible.
Natural treatments can help you to heal your hair, instead of just hiding the problem under a layer of silicones (that continue to harm your hair).
So, let’s not waste time and take a look at these cool home remedies for dry and frizzy hair that will make you wish you knew them sooner.
5 Great Home Remedies For Dry And Frizzy Hair
1. Avocado Hair Mask
The purest, natural hair mask that has been a king of home remedies for dry and frizzy hair, for so many years!
Super easy to mix up and can be done in minutes with only a ripe avocado and one egg.
- Mash the avocado, mix with the egg and apply this mixture to your wet hair.
- Leave on to work its magic for around 20 minutes and rinse a couple of times.
Use this hair mask once a week if you have dry hair or once a month if you want to keep your hair healthy.
Avocados work wonders when it comes to damaged hair because they are rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids that restore your hair health and make the hair shaft glossier.
2. Butter Mask
Yes, you’ve read that right!
While it’s not very popular, a butter hair mask is one of the most effective home remedies for dry and frizzy hair.
I was VERY skeptical about this, but it actually works!
All you have to do is take a small amount of butter, apply it all over your hair, and cover your hair for around half an hour.
After that, shampoo your hair as usual or until the butter washes off.
3. Olive Oil Hair Conditioning Treatment
You’ve probably heard about olive oil remedies for dry and frizzy hair before.
Olive oil has a multitude of health benefits, including reviving dry hair, deeply hydrating, and nourishing it.
Using olive oil on your hair regularly can help you to gradually quench the thirst for dry and brittle hair.
- Warm-up half a cup of olive oil and apply it to your hair.
Wrap your hair in a towel and allow it to work for around 45 minutes.
- Shampoo, condition, rinse – done!
Your hair is ready to shine again.
If you want to use this olive oil treatment regularly, I really recommend applying it before night (place a towel over your pillow) and washing it off in the morning for deeper hydration.
Since oils in general are amazing for hair restoration, I really recommend trying out a few different types of oils or butters to find the one that works best for you.
Along with olive oil, I had great success with shea butter, argan oil, and coconut oil too!
All of them significantly improved my hair texture and boosted moisture levels + shine.
If I had to choose one from this list, I would go with shea butter as it feels the most nourishing and hydrating for dry and frizzy hair.
4. Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse
Apple cider vinegar easily tops the list of best home remedies for dry and frizzy hair. To quickly repair damaged hair, you can use an apple cider vinegar rinse after you wash and condition your hair.
The acid in the vinegar helps to even out the hair shaft and leaves your hair smooth and silky.
A lot of hair care products have acid in one or another form because it is so effective in making your hair soft.
How to use apple cider vinegar for dry and frizzy hair:
Mix 2 spoons of apple cider vinegar and 1 liter of water.
Shampoo as usual, condition, and run this rinse all over your hair. You’ll see how your hair will start looking healthier just from the first usage of this great hair rinse.
5. Nourishing Hair Mask For Dry And Frizzy Hair
The right amount of protein can help rebuild your hair strength and making a mixture from one egg, and a couple of tablespoons of baby shampoo is one of the easiest ways to nourish your hair.
Apply this mask to your damaged hair, leave it on for 15 minutes, and wash it off.
This simple treatment will boost hair growth + protein production that is responsible for hair strength.
Will These Home Remedies For Dry And Frizzy Hair Really Work?
I know, you’re skeptical.
So was I!
The thing with home remedies is that their effect might not be as quick, but they’re a lot safer and healthier to use.
Every hair mask you purchase at the store will likely contain some or a lot of chemicals.
Using natural home remedies protects your hair from this unnecessary chemical damage and heals your hair in the long run.
So, to quickly revive your dry and frizzy hair, simply make use of these common ingredients available in your kitchen.
And hey, if they don’t work for you, you can always turn back to the store-bought products.
Keep in mind that a healthy diet rich in omega-3 also contributes to your hair’s health as well.
And if you adore your ponytails, please know that it is best to allow your hair to go wild on a daily basis to promote your hair wellbeing!
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