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Hairdressers Livingston - 3 Natural Remedies For Brittle Hair (Your Kitchen)


Hairdressers Livingston natural remedies for brittle hair, and you’ll find all the ingredients in your kitchen!

This type of hair is very common, keratin that coats the hair is weak and breaks easily. Having it prevents so many women wearing long hair, combing is difficult, and they can miss out on getting a colour they like. Follow these natural remedies and be consistent, you’ll be sure to notice the difference.


Split ends. If badly damaged, the only solution to restore the shine and elasticity is cut them. To prevent that from happening again you can use specific products and weekly give extra hydration. A trick you can do in your own kitchen is make a high ponytail, throw on to the tips some olive oil, then leave it overnight.

What causes fragile and lifeless, and brittle hair? Diets, stress, fatigue, all contribute to weakening your hair. This olive oil home remedy will prevent your hair from being more fragile than normal. Afterwards rinse using an infusion of rosemary, a plant that will strengthen, not dry it. After rubbing, wrap it in a towel just enough to remove excess moisture.

Here I present 3 natural remedies to improve the condition of your hair  if abused either by the sun, dyes or other chemical processes, heat styling or otherwise.

1. Mash a ripe banana with a tablespoon of lemon and a sunflower oil. Mix the ingredients until a homogeneous texture and apply the mask on your hair leaving it on for 30 minutes. Once you‘ve done that, simply remove the mask with water and enjoy the results.

2. 1 egg, 1 teaspoon olive oil, 2 tablespoons mayonnaise. You will need a bowl, mix the ingredients and then spread into the hair for a period of approximately 15 to 30 minutes.

3. A homemade cream to improve the hair can be prepared quickly and economically with two egg yolks mixed with a tablespoon of cooking oil, any cooking oil in your kitchen will do the job.

So now you have 3 simple remedies for brittle hair.

Once you’ve applied these remedies you can then go on to apply a face mask. This step is optional, at the discretion of your Livingston hairdressers, to determine whether it is necessary or not depending on the state of your hair.

Then you‘ll want to, apply a relaxer to soften and "drop" the curls. After leaving the relaxer to act for the recommended time, wash your hair with a suitable shampoo and rinse well.

Immediately after apply a neutralizer to stop the possible effect of the relaxer residue that may remain, this restores the natural pH of the hair, so that this does not become brittle and break.

A hair conditioner, liquid or cream will give it the final touch. Sometimes, depending on the condition of the hair, apply before the relaxer, or even before then. For example, frizzy hair that has already suffered by straightening with heat or other treatments may need a second application of conditioner.

If you feel you've been losing more hair than should be normal, read my revealing post on how Har Vokse can work for thinning hair.



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