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How To Make Your Hair Soft Naturally
Lustrous, voluminous, and SOFT! Who doesn’t love soft locks? No one!
Soft hair has a unique sheen that can make heads turn. When you comb through it and style it, the satisfaction you feel is beyond words! However, achieving such softness is hard work. Pollution, diet, health, and use of hair products play a significant role in hair growth. This is why it is essential to be careful and to take good care of your health.
But is that it? Is that the only way to make your hair soft naturally? Not really! Those of you who haven’t been blessed with naturally soft hair can try any of our remedies along with following a healthy lifestyle. In this article, we have covered our top 3. Trust us, they all work!
1. Use aloe vera
Forget diamonds. Aloe vera should be your best friend! It has incredible healing properties that can help your overall health. In the context of hair, it repairs damaged roots, reduces frizz, and builds a smooth texture.
All you need is one aloe vera leaf, 2 tbsp of water, and a spray bottle. Slice the aloe leaf to extract the clear gel (ignore the yellow area). Blend it for even consistency and then add the water. Mix well and transfer this solution into the spray bottle. Use it after you shampoo your hair and dry it. Repeat this three times a week.
You don’t need to wash your hair after applying the aloe vera solution. You can leave it on like any other hair serum or spray.
2. Use olive oil
This method is the easiest and most effective way of achieving soft hair naturally. It is also quite relaxing. It would be best if you had nothing except olive oil and a hot towel. Heat enough quantity of olive oil (depending on the length of your hair) to make it warm. A few seconds of heating are enough. Now, apply the warm oil on your scalp and hair. Massage it in well and work with all your hair.
Wrap your oiled hair in the hot towel and relax for 45 minutes. Wash your hair with a natural shampoo and then use a good conditioner.
Repeat the treatment twice a week.
3. Use eggs
If you don’t mind the odour, you should choose eggs for your hair care. For this treatment, you will need one egg, 1 tbsp honey, and 1 tbsp olive oil. Mix all the ingredients and apply the mixture on your hair and scalp.
Wait for 30-40 minutes and then wash it off with a natural shampoo.
If needed, cover your hair with a shower cap. The use of the shower cap will avoid dripping.
Repeat this once a week.
Consistency is the key to achieving soft, healthy hair naturally. Regardless of which method you choose, you should follow it regularly. Results don’t appear overnight. ☺
We hope you follow our guide and transform your hair wonderfully. Remember, you deserve it.
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