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Five Ingredients for Taming Curls and Tangled Hair

Taming tangled hair, especially when you have curls, can turn out to be an almost impossible task. Maintaining curly hair is a challenge, especially for women. Ladies need more than just a comb “to tame” their locks. 

A hair straightener and straightening brush are also a solution. But not for every day. That is why more efficient methods are needed, which at the same time do not take much time. With them, you will not only deal with untamable curls, and also nourish your hair. 

Sometimes hairspray, gel, and lots of hairpins are not enough because you can’t escape the situation. Women who have long curly hair know that washing it with a special shampoo and combing in the shower is more crucial for styling than drying and applying any additional hair care products. 

When it comes to washing and using hair care products, it is best to use those that have natural ingredients. You can check out the gentle hair shampoo by Dianella. If you want to learn more about some natural remedies that can help you, keep reading this article.

Hair Mask with Raw Eggs 

Hair masks with eggs have been used for years. Rich in many proteins, vitamins and minerals, eggs strengthen the roots, reduce hair loss, hydrate, and boost hair growth. When you mash the egg’s yolk (the only useful part of the egg for a hair mask) and apply it to your scalp before washing) you will start to notice immediate effects the very same day. Your hair will not look so broken after drying. In addition, there will be more shine. 

It is good to get your haircuts at the beginning of spring if you have curly and puffy hair. You can also make your masks at home, using one egg mixed with a few tablespoons of warm water. Smear the hair well with the mixture. If your hair is thicker, you can use another egg. Rub with massage movements. Leave for about 10-15 minutes, then wash off with gentle hair shampoo. Also, dry your hair on the lowest level of the hairdryer. 

Macadamia Oil

The organic product is another preferred oil for dealing with curly and overly voluminous hair. It is no coincidence that it is present as an ingredient in many shampoos and conditioners. It’s usually sold in cosmetics stores, pharmacies, and hairdressers. Its ingredients can balance the scalp’s sebum production, nourish the hair in-depth, and increase hydration.

The antioxidants in macadamia oil cleanse the scalp of toxins and reduce the hair’s so-called “puffy effect,” which many people have immediately after drying. Nourish your hair in the spring – use nettles.

To make a mask with essential oil, you need to heat about 10-15 drops (depending on the hair volume). Apply them gently to the scalp, then massage it. Put a plastic bag or shower cap on your hair and stay with it for at least an hour.

Apple Vinegar 

In addition to helping to balance the body’s pH, it “controls” curls by regulating the fat in the scalp and giving them softness and shine. Even if you don’t like how it smells, it’s good to make a mask with vinegar at least once a month. Mix about 100-120 ml of apple cider vinegar with 300 ml of water. Pour everything into a spray bottle and spray your well-washed hair. 

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is one of the organic products primarily used in hair care. Apart from curly hair, it is also suitable for other hair types because it contains lauric acid, which resembles the natural proteins that make up hair. Raw and unrefined coconut oil has the highest amount of antioxidants and nutrients. To smear your curls with it or make a mask on the whole hair, melt about 3-4 tablespoons of coconut oil in a bowl. 

Carefully apply to the locks and run your fingers through them, then comb them with a comb. Cover your head with a bathing cap or plastic bag so that you can warm your hair and have the valuable ingredients enter the hair and scalp. After about an hour, wash your hair with lukewarm water and gentle hair shampoo by Dianella, for instance. In the end, you’ll notice that your hair is not so puffy and electrified. It is more shiny and soft.

In Conclusion… 

Use natural oils and natural ingredients to make your hair masks. Also, use products made of natural ingredients to revive your hair and return it to its natural shine and health. It is best to make your home masks before your usual wash. Test the different ingredients and find which best works for you. Regularly use those masks that will help you restore your natural hair texture and get those bouncy curls you always dreamed of. 

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