The straight hair trend has captured the hearts of countless women across the globe. Straight hair is easily manageable and can be worn in a variety of ways, which makes you look elegant.
However, using straightening irons or chemical treatments can damage your hair. Lucky for you, we have finally got a solution to straighten your hair without using heat styling equipment or chemical hair treatments. You can take advantage of some ingredients on your kitchen shelf to get silky hair instead of subjecting harsh procedures. Scroll over to learn how to make a DIY hair mask for naturally straight, shinning and healthy:
What you will need?
- Coconut milk: 1 cup
- Virgin olive oil: 2 tablespoons
- Juice of fresh lemon: 4 tablespoons
- Cornstarch: 3 tablespoons
How To Apply
- Pour the coconut milk and olive oil into a saucepan and stir until smooth. Cornstarch and fresh lemon juice should be combined in a separate, small bowl and whisked thoroughly to remove any lumps. You can start with a few tablespoons, but you could need all four.
- While continuously whisking, place the saucepan over medium heat and add the cornstarch mixture to the coconut milk mixture. The heat and whisking will liven up the cornstarch and thicken, just as when you’re creating gravy. You’ll want to do this until the mixture has the consistency of the conditioner.
- Apply a generous amount of the mixture to your hair to make sure all of it receives the treatment.
- Put on a shower cap over your hair and wrap sit under a hood dryer. You can also wrap your head with a heated towel if you don’t have access to a hood dryer. Just put a towel in a microwave-safe bowl full of water and heat it up for a few minutes, then squeeze out the extra water. For around 30 minutes, wrap the towel around your hair to cover it.
- As normal, shampoo your hair, then use a deep conditioner. After that, place a shower cap over your hair, set it with big rollers, and sit under the dryer. Alternately, you might let it dry naturally.
Other hair-healthy habits include eating right, letting your hair air dry, using natural shampoo and conditioner (or going no poo), and coloring your mane with henna instead of harsh chemicals. Throw hair-damaging devices away right now and go natural for the sake of your mane.