My hairs are wavy.thin,and dry how do I make them straight and shiny naturally by using home materials
Well thr r a few natural home made remedies to make hair less unruly and straight eventually...one can't use freshly prepared coconut milk and lemon juice as a natural straightener.take one glass of freshly prepared coconut milk and add the juice of one lemon to it.blend it well and then refrigerate it till a creamy layer is formed on the mixture...then apply to cream to your scalp and hair.wrap your hair with a towel dipped in hot water for 30 mins and then wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner.you will c the diffc with d first wash but repeated applications will show better results in about a months time.
Another temporary method is to take 1/3 cup of milk in a spray bottle and spray it on scalp and hair.keep it on for abt 20 mins to dry.comb your hair and then wash it off as always...your hair will become visibly straight and will remain so till the nxt wash...
Use ths tips n lemme knw if it works
There are several tips I have for you. Firstly, avoid going too much in the sun especially with your head uncovered. Leave the conditioner on for longer than you usually do. Massaging your hair with almond oil before every wash would make your hair soft and silky.
In order to get rid of thick wavy hair you should wrap your hair around in towel for about 30 minutes after washing them. When you brush your hair after that you would see that your waves are tamed. This treatment would not rid you off your thick waves permanently but it would keep your hair smooth for around 2 days after which you can repeat the process.
My hair is thin and short. How could I make it more thicker and longer. I have tried just about everything
Well its not easy . But from my point of view one should apply mixture of curd and eggs on his/her hairs before taking bath
I'm an African American and I know you need more then just a flat iron and oil sheen. My hair is naturally thick, so when I get a perm, It still tends to look bouncy and thick. If you don't have a perm, you can start by changing you shampoo's. I use all of the same product, "pantene for colored women." That treats both relaxed and natural hair. Wash your hair twice, condition it and put a plastic bag to let it soak in for about 15 or 20 minutes (that will help get rid of the frizz). Then, you should get Organ oil to put on your hair while damp. Blow dry your hair in sections. Don't just rake through your hair, make it straight with the blow dryer. Then part your hair and put moisturizer on your scalp. I don't use grease because it will weigh your hair down. Then, you want to part your hair in small sections starting in the back, from root to end. Repeat 3 times. Once your done with your whole head if it still does not look silky enough. (this might sound crazy, but it works!) wrap your hair tight! Take seram wrap and wrap it all around your head. Sit under a dryer for about 15 minutes, and your hair will come out bouncy and shiny as ever. If you do not own a sit under dryer, you can use a blow dryer. But! Make sure you hit all the spots on your head, and do that for 25 minutes.
Once your getting ready to go to bed that night, just wrap your hair like normal and use a SILK scarf. Then you wont have to put anymore heat in your hair until it starts to get stiff again. Trust me, iv'e done this for about 3 years now. My hair is almost half way down my back. But! Remember, even though you don't have to continue to put heat in your hair, make sure you moisturize your scalp frequently. That is the key to not only make your hair silky, but to make it healthy. Good Luck Hun! :)
Add the juice from one lime to approximately a glassful of freshly extracted coconut milk.
You should then refrigerate this mixture until a creamy layer has formed on top and you can use this cream on your scalp. The next thing to do is to cover your head with a hot towel for some time. Wash this off with a mild shampoo. After approximately three weeks you will notice a straightening of your hair.
My hair is baby fine and wavy/curly. I use Garnier Fructis Blow Dry Straightening Perfector balm before drying my hair, then the straightening spray before I straighten my hair. It helps to have a shampoo/conditioner set that has ARGAN OIL in it. If you can find products with argan oil, you are on the right track!
Sprint your hair with listerine (it might sound bizarre, but it definitely works for me :p)
Wash Pantene's shampoo&conditioner. Dry with towel. Comb for at least 3 minutes each day. That's how I get my hair to be silky, smooth, and shiny. I don't know how to get your hair straight though. I was born with straight hair.
Hair gloss serums are great. If you can't afford them, just try a few drops of glycerine (yep, the stuf from the baking section at the supermarket).
This is what I do and I have naturally curly hair.I wash/ condition/ rinsethan apply biosilk(find it anywear, walmart, target, etc.)blowdry, and use a nice flat iron tht goes to about 460 degrees.
Usually the trick to getting hair sleek and shiny and de-frizzed is to use some kind of styling product which will seal your hair and help it to retain its moisture and then use a pair of straighteners on it. The results are usually really good.
However, it is really important that you do use some kind of pre-straightener cream on your hair, so that the straighteners do not strip it of its natural lustre and oils.
Ceramic straighteners are usually regarded as being the best, but they are slightly more expensive. However, if you don't get any for Christmas you may be able to buy them in the sales for around half price !
You may also find that using 'de-frizz' shampoo and conditioner will help you to have glorious looking hair !
Eat fruits and veges then put hair polish (aloe) then wash hair with childrens shampoo then your normal shampoo (eg. One day children next day adult) don't wash hair often (eg. Wash once or twice a week) if doesn't work try a herbal person or just use the "instyler" straightening thing.
Mine is a bit wavy, I use straightners and they work really well but it does damage your hair because of the heat so you have to make sure that you put some protecting spray on first. If you didn't want to use straightners you could buy good shampoo and conditioner and blowdry it straight
wash your hair with conditioner and leave the conditioner in for like 3 or 4 min then rinse it out. Get some straighting moose and apply it to your hair evenly when its wet. Then blow dry it as straight as you can using a horse tail hard brisle brush then after its completely dry use a hair straightner with ceramic tiles and conditioning plates and it should be straight and silky smooth ;)
Japanese or brazilian hair straightening keeps your hair permanently straight for months it usually lasts 6-10 months. Its a bit expensive but its worth it
You can use mayo as a conditioner. Or even a raw egg. Let it sit in your hair for about 5 minutes then rinse. I have even hear that beer to great too. Put it on for 5 minutes then rinse.
Always condition your hair, if your hair is dry & brittle then try using some oils on it. Also try hair masks.. I use Aussie hair masks, there brilliant and also there only 99p :).
If your hairs SUPER curly maybee try a perm. If not you have to be born w/ it.
I have tried many styling products to make my hair really straight, nothing really works. I can tell you to turn on the straighter at least 30 minutes before on the hottest temperature, take a shower, brush your hair, blow dry your hair completely, brush your hair again, start straightening slowly piece by piece. Take at least 2 min on each parting of your hair. This will take at least 1 hour buts its worth it and be careful not to burn yourself!!!!
They can straighten it with a straightener ( keep looking for straighteners in shops)
Use camel urine.. I sear it will make it good
You may have to try a perm
if that do not work it can't be done
Use a good shampoo & conditioner formulated for your hair type. Take a multi B vitamin. Avoid blow dryers and curling irons.
Try the matrix collection of hair shampoo/conditioners that make hair really silky and straight I guess
Well, AS A DUDE..
I ...sleep with a towel wrapped around my head (hair)
and.. It's very uncomfortable at first..
But then you get used to it
Got to vonnique on youtube.com and look at her healthy hair journey video. I hope this helps!
You definetly need a hair flat iron. I have thick wavy hair and I use my flat iron. Make sure your hair is clean and dry. I usually wash my hair the night before and iron it in the morning. I like garnier fructic anti frizz sleek and shine oil. You just rub a little throughout your hair ( you din't want to look greasy). Like a dime or quarter size drop. Depends on how long your hair is. Then I put several pony tails on my head. And start from the bottom and work my way up. You need a good iron too. Like a CHI to make it silky straight. I've tried seveal products to no avail..
Rap it up at night and use oil sheen you may not get silky hair but hey you will some how look like you do it works for me
If you ain't born with it, you'll have to have it straightened. Use a good shampoo & conditioner and take a multi B vitamin to make your hair healthy.
Go to the travel section in a drug/grocery store and sample some shampoos until you find the right one that makes your hair nice. Then, look for a hair straightener or buy that one that has the bristles and twirling thing and what nor. (I'm talking about the one that gets advertised on T.V all the time!) Hope I helped! Oh and buy hair ties & bobby pins because you can use those to tie down your hair problem until it's fixed! If you are a guy then deal with it!
I would first try some straightening shampoos/conditioners but if that doesnt work I use the maxi styler straightener it will run you about 70 dollars but its well worth it works great! it is avalible at linens n' things and other stores of that sort
Um.the answer to that I don't no um comb it.
But um take care of it I guess.
Rap it up at night.um I guess that's
it.SORRY if it didn't work.
! GOOD LUCK ! Ps.hope it works.truly