Recipe for natural hair dye

What works for one person doesn’t necessarily work for another. And that’s why today I’m excited to share this ultimate all natural hair care roundup. I’m going to be answering a few of the most common questions I’ve received about natural hair care and then sharing a TON of great recipes and tutorials to hopefully help you find YOUR favorite natural hair care routine.

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2 spoons of honey
2 spoons of olive oil
2 eggs
10 drops of rose EO
5 drops of lavander EO

But is all this true? Can one use bentonite mud for hair loss? Can the treatment help improve natural hair, black hair and other types of hair? Let us start with the benefits of using Bentonite clay for hair as an alternative to other treatments such as the traditional hair staple, henna.

I blend ingre­di­ents togeth­er in a small 1-cup chop­per that I have. You can use a blender or hand-held mix­er if you like, or do it by hand. It will be frothy and sor­ta slimy (much like the aloe gel was after whip­ping).

After using the sage the normal coloring returns to the hair. It is not a 'color-change' shocker, and it softens and allows me to control the curls, and the amount of grey. I have used this through the years and it has never damaged my hair. I stop using it and the grey gradually returns and it is even prettier than the time before.

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On top of that, I had a really stressful few months and stress can make hair loss worse. I addressed the stress and the hormones and it stopped the hair loss, but I wanted to do something to help my new hair grow more quickly and to protect my hair/scalp in the summer months.

Surprisingly, it uses only a couple ingredients, including white sugar (an ingredient that is terrible for the body but can be great for skin and hair).

So without any further delays lets get started. For making this all natural hair shampoo or cleanser you will need Reetha also known as Soapnut and Shikakai also known as Acacia concinna. I am sure most of you the benefits of these two but still let me write down a few of them

Ingre­di­ents:
1 large over­ripe banana (sliced) OR 7 oz banana baby food
4 tbsp extra vir­gin olive oil
2 tbsp pure veg­etable glyc­er­in
2 tbsp pure hon­ey

The down side of natural hair dye recipes is that they require more patience and persistence to get an effective result. You need to use these every day for a few weeks before you begin to see a difference. The good news is, if you have some extra minutes in the morning or evening to create your home recipes, this is a very affordable natural beauty solution!

Susonnah Gonzalez of Naturallycurly writes: With all the right ingredients, you can make your very own hair mask at home! Enjoy the natural moisturizing ...

NOTE: Don’t try this on your underarms or bikini area. Your skin is too sensitive in these areas. Likewise for your upper lip or eyebrows. The wax used there is different.

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