Many people skimp on the amount of time they spend brushing their hair and, as a result, run into all sorts of problems. Brushing your hair allows your hair that has been put out of the natural way that it grows out of your scalp to fall into place. If you seem to be having problems getting your hair to shine, or are having problems with knotting and tangling, you should probably brush more often, for a longer duration, or get a different brush.
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• Soak some Amla (Indian gooseberries) powder in water overnight. In the morning, this powder will have softened. Then add the juice of a lemon in the water. This is a very vitamin C rich solution. Wash your hair with this solution. Apply a lot of pressure, and apply the solution just as you do with a shampoo. • Massage the scalp gently with coconut or almond oil daily for 10 to 15 minutes. • Boil Neem leaves in water. Cool, strain and rinse hair with it.
• Bangs are the in thing. Layering hair with bangs is the perfect hairstyle. Keep the bangs thick and heavy or choose side-swept bangs. Side-swept bangs paired with long layers look beautiful. • While blow-drying your hair finger comb your hair and separate the tangles with your fingers. Dry your hair in this manner till your hair is almost dry and then uses a brush. • Increase green leafy vegetables, salads, milk, fruits and sprouts in the diet. Take more proteins, milk, buttermilk, yeast, wheat germ, soya beans, whole grains and nuts.
• Add 1 teaspoon of camphor to half a cup of coconut or Neem oil. Massage this oil into the scalp before bed. • Mix 1 teaspoon of castor, mustard and coconut oil each and massage into the scalp. • Mix one part of lemon juice with two parts of coconut oil. Massage into the roots of the hair regularly. Wash with warm water after three to four hours or leave overnight.
Ayurveda normally addresses dull hair by suggestive of various types of oils to be used during scalp massages. Massaging the scalp and hair with warm, herb infused oil is the best way to nourish the scalp and hair externally. A warm oil massage, done at least once a week for normal hair and two to three times for dry hair, can help strengthen the roots of the hair and nourish the hair shafts, soften and condition the hair, replenish and rejuvenate dry, damaged hair, and help prevent excessive brittleness and split-ends.
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• Almond oil and sesame oil are very nourishing for the scalp and hair and help reduce stiffness and tightness in the scalp. • Coconut oil can delay hair problems such as thinning and premature graying.
Although there are many hair-friendly herbs used to infuse oil, the following list shows those most commonly found in Ayurvedic preparations: -
• Brahmi helps calm the mind and nervous system and promote hair thickness and body. • Amla is cooling, nourishing, purifying, and helps prevent dry scalp and flakes. • Rosemary helps stimulate hair follicles and promotes growth. • Bhringaraj, king of tresses is very nutritious for the hair.
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