DIY Jojoba hair conditioner

Jojoba Oil is said to be one the best things for hair care. Jojoba has been in the InHow exciting it will be to be able to create your own range of shampoos, conditioners, lotions and soaps. I am going to give you the secret on this blog on how to create your own range of hair care. Hair care is important part of any girl’s daily beauty regime whether you admit it or not you are a little jealous of the colleague who has better maintained hair than yours. Though most of us do not get enough time to pamper our hair as much they need to be. This is my DIY Jojoba conditioner to give you a lustrous mane.

Ingredients

  • Rose water (250 ml)
  • Jojoba Oil (15ml)
  • Vitamin E oil  10 drops
Method
  • Put the rose water in a double boiler and add jojoba oil
  • Put this mixture into a blender container
  • Put the Vitamin E oil in the blender container
  • Blend at a very high speed for at least 2 mins
How to Use
  • Wet hair with warm water
  • Massage this oil on your scalp and for better conditioning leave it for some time
  • Rinse thoroughly
  • Use a gentle shampoo to clean your hair and rinse again
Doesn’t it feel great that now you have the power to make your own super conditioner at home.
Stay beautiful

Why you should be using a hair primer

We all yearn for a beautilicious mane but most of us have our own set of bad experiences with hair products which keep us away from trying something new. For most of us a face primer has become a regular product for parties but a hair primer is something we are not very sure of. Most women love long locks but are not very confident on experimenting so I bring to you some details about hair primers for some quick help.

What are Primers?

The basic function of any primer be it skin or hair has the innate ability to create an even base for the body part involved. A hair primer can be used alone or before other beauty products. It creates a weightless, humidity resistant surface to further apply any beauty product that you need to. It lets you keep away humidity, dirt particles, oil and moisture; moreover it adds to your hairstyle and helps it to stay longer.

There are two major classifications of hair primers that you can do – one helps you to create a shiny foundation for the hair styles and the other one which helps you clear the knots and remove the frizz.

Pros

  • ease of availability
  • ease of application
  • helps your hair style stay for very long periods of time
  • keeps away the frizz
  • blends very well with your hair texture
  • you do not feel any additional weight

Usage

You must be wondering about how to use the hair primer by yourself, it is very easy. You just need to take a little bit of it and after your hair gets properly cleaned and conditioned you can easily run it through your hair. Make sure you do not rub it or massage it on your scalp. It is best advisable to be used every time you need your damp hair to be styled.

Where to get it

Most leading brands in hair care have hair primers in their kitty. You have a big choice starting from Wella to Sephora and most of these are available online. Stay tuned in for a product review.

Home remedies to treat Oily Scalp

Not having adequate oil in your body is not a boon and so is the excess of it. I have a pretty oily scalp which leads to me having oily hair even the same day as I use shampoo. I am surprised as how active my sebaceous glands are to get me such a hair for over last decades, looks funny but it ain’t. You can ask any girl who goes through this trouble on daily basis so here are a few home remedies to treat oily scalp which should help you like it has helped me with a little practice.

Home remedies to treat Oily Scalp

  • Talcum Powder

All you have to do is massage your regular Talcum Powder on your scalp for a few minutes and leave it to rest. You can wash it off after 10 – 15 minutes to get best results. You can repeat this fortnightly to keep your scalp clean and dry (pun intended).

  • Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera can work wonders for your skin in every form. You can take out fresh Aloe Vera Gel and a few drops of lemon juice and mix it in your shampoo before washing. You can even make this mixture and store it for a few days in your refrigerator.

  • Hair Styling Products

With such oily hair you might have to stay away from hair styling products, majorly conditioners. I do not use a conditioner unless it becomes a dire need because otherwise I will not get that fresh shampoo feel even for a few hours. After using curlers and straighteners also you will notice an increase in oil.

  • Diluted Beer

Diluted Beer works very well for your hair, you can use diluted beer to rinse your hair after a hearty wash with the shampoo. Beer has excellent properties to make your hair soft and remove excessive oil from your scalp.

Do leave your ideas and experiences below!

Stay Stylish!

My Favorite blacks

When I sat down to think of all the black things that I would like to possess in life most of the things were larger than life for me. I like the night which is black but then we would not know that it is black unless we would all have some moonlight. The night is something we all have and it surrounds us with its blackness. This post is for #WhatTheBlack experience by Blogadda

The things that I would like to posses are here

  • Black Beautiful Eyes

She has the most beautiful hazel eyes and black makes it look amazing, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan makes it look just perfect with Loreal Kohl.

  • Beautiful Hair

Repunzel’s hair is every girl’s dream and we all keep doing efforts to make our hair longer and thicker.

  • Dress

This pretty black dress has et al – class, color and elegance.

  • Chanel Boots

These beautiful pencil heeled boots from Chanel

  • Porche

Last but not the least is a black Porche that will be the cause of every woman’s envy.

These are my favorite blacks for today.

Stay Stylish!

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