December 22, 2008

Dry winter hair-Tips

brushing hairExperts say that the sebaceous glands in the scalp which produce oil to lubricate the hair are less active in cold weather. They also slow down with age. So you should get them working by stimulating your scalp; this can be achieved by brushing your hair few times in a day. Furthermore, the frosty winter air and dry indoor heat can also leave hair frizzy and split. To get it back into shape they recommend an intense conditioning treatment. This can be done as follows. Comb in a conditioner from root to ends. Then slick hair into a ponytail or pile it under a cap and head out for a walk or run. The conditioner will penetrate your hair as your body heats up.

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6 comments:

  1. SONAM5:03 PM

    Use this honey-enriched conditioner to bring back soft, lustrous hair.

    This is what you'll need

    * One egg
    * One teaspoon of honey
    * Two teaspoons of coconut oil


    Beat up the white of the egg till it is stiff. Mix the honey and coconut oil with this. Massage this mixture into the scalp. Steam your hair with towels soaked in warm water and then shampoo.

    Don't forget to drink lots of water, fruit juices and salads and greens packed with vitamins to see you through the cool winter months.

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  2. Roopali5:10 PM

    Winter weather can wreak havoc on your hair. During the winter months, many people have dry, dull, brittle, or hair.Do not shampoo your hair too often,use the right type of products,do not overuse your hairdryer.How to treat dry and brittle hair. A leave-in conditioner will work wonders for dry and brittle hair

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  3. Boil together one cup of milk, one cup of water, and dried rose petals. Allow the mixture to cool and pour into a blender. Add a ripe avocado and two teaspoons each of honey and almond paste or non-alcoholic almond oil. Blend the ingredients together. Massage this homemade hair conditioner carefully into your hair coating the ends well. Wrap hair in plastic and rinse after 30 minutes.

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  5. Shraddha10:55 AM

    By going in for once-weekly hot oil treatment. Use warm olive or almond oil and massage it carefully into the scalp and hair. Leave the oil on overnight, if possible, by covering the hair with a plastic bath cap and a toweling turban. Wash the oil off the next day by applying diluted shampoo directly to the scalp before applying water.

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  6. unknown9:20 AM

    Henna moisturizes dry hair. Take about three spoons full of henna powder and mix it with some tea liquor. Now add some fresh yogurt to it and make a paste mixing them well. Leave it to stand overnight and in the morning apply it on the hair. Leave it to dry for 2 hours and then gently rinse with a soft shampoo. Regular application of henna improves the quality of hair.

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