Homemade Conditioner for your Hair
Easy, homemade conditioners.
Kitchen-based treatments for shiny, healthy-looking hair are cheap, easy, and fun to use.
Find the right one for you and try it after shampooing (leave in for 5 minutes).
Repeat every few weeks or as needed.
Lemon juice or vinegar
It removes build up from hair products
Best for dirty, oily, or frequently conditioned hair
Pour 1 cup through hair; rinse; then use your regular conditioner
Overuse can strip natural oils, damaging hair. Do not use everyday, or on treated hair. Left on, it will lighten hair in the sun
Adds body and shine
For fine, limp hair, but also good for all types of hair
Pour 1 can onto hair; rinse. Condition if hair is dry.
Beer must be fresh, not flat. Safe to use everyday
Adds shine; conditions slightly
For dry, dull hair
Massage 2 yolks into hair; rinse. No additional conditioner needed
Wash out with next shampoo. May make fine hair a bit oily.
Adds shine; deeply moisturizes
For very dry, dull hair
Massage 2 tablespoons into hair; rinse. No additional conditioner needed
For very dry hair only. Could leave normal hair looking greasy for days.
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