Articles in the Hair Rinses Category
Stinging nettle is known as a weed that is quite bothersome. If it touches your skin it stings, creating little bumps that really itch. However, this weed is very versatile and can do wonders for your hair. The stinging nettle is rich in iron, silicon, and potassium. And is very high in vitamins A and C. When dried, nettles are 40% protein. Additionally, they lose their stinging ability when placed in water. Several countries use it for so many different things, beer in Britain, flavorful dishes in France and in …
There are many versions of this recipe and I have tried them all. Before I knew that black hair rinse was good for premature grayness I knew that it was excellent for shedding. Which makes this recipe an excellent alternative to premature grayness and shedding.
Black tea will temporarily darken your hair (whatever your starting color) and added with rosemary you will love the effects.
3 heaping tablespoons of loose black tea leaves
1 heaping tablespoon of rosemary leaves
4 cups boiling water
1. Steep black tea leaves and rosemary in boiling water for approximately …
This rinse is good for hair shedding, bald spots, thinning edges and to cover gray hairs. The herbs, sage and rosemary are good for so many hair woes that you will find several hair recipes with their oils or leaves. Apple cider vinegar is another winner in the hair department as it balances the hair’s pH. A combination of these herbal ingredients and vinegar is good for an ordinary hair rinse or in this case, after 3 to 4 weeks of use, an excellent hair rinse to darken hair or …
Walnut hulls can darken hair pretty well, of course it is not in the same league as henna or indigo but it is worth a try once you are not allergic to nuts and you have access to the hulls. Always wear gloves when working with walnut hulls because it will stain your hands.
3 tablespoons black walnut hull powder
4 cups of water
1. Boil water.
2. Put walnut hull powder in boiled water and leave overnight.
3. Strain water.
4. Shampoo hair and then rinse with walnut mixture.
5. Style hair as usual
Walnuts have a …
I love potatoes…potato chips, potato salads and mashed potatoes but I have never heard of potatoes being good for hair until recently. You live and you learn and this hair rinse in particular, was suggested to me, by someone who said they tried it and it really works. So for all the ladies and gentlemen who are looking for something natural to dye their hair with this is apparently a very useful rinse to try. Next time you are preparing potatoes for dinner don’t throw away the peels. Leave it …