Henna has been used for millennia for dying hair, skin, and natural fibers. What many do not know is that it is very beneficial to hair and skin health. Other than being excellent at covering up gray it also improves hair texture, growth, and condition. Here at the pros and cons of using henna as a hair dye.
Henna is a wonderful hair color for those who want to cover gray or desire a non-fading hair color. Supplies included, the initial cost is $20 to $30. BUT, the repeated cost is $1 to $2 per month!
Bananas are a good source of vitamin B6, manganese, vitamin C, fiber, potassium, biotin, and copper. They are also inexpensive ingredients for natural beauty treatments. Banana works for all skin types and can be used in homemade face masks, natural body scrubs, and even home hair treatments. Leftover ripe bananas are often the best ones […]
Olive oil, coconut oil, coconut milk, essential oils and herbs are some of the main ingredients for homemade hair conditioners and DIY hair treatments. An oil treatment once a week (or once in two weeks) is usually enough, but you can use herbal hair rinses after every wash to give your hair natural shine and […]
Homemade hair treatments are incredibly easy to do, and one of the easiest is a DIY hair rinse. Hair rinses give hair natural shine, deepen its color and condition the hair and the scalp. They are cheap, too: if you grow rosemary in your herb garden, you have all the ingredients you need for an […]
Cold-pressed vegetable oils nourish and moisturize the hair naturally. Many vegetable oils are good for an oil hair treatment at home, but some of the best and most commonly used include olive oil, jojoba oil or coconut oil. Add herbs or essential oils for your hair type or color, or to treat dandruff naturally. […]