How to get your hair naturally straight?

Posted on Jun 27 2015 - 2:22pm by Nimra Zafar

Straight hair remain in fashion throughout the year. Whether you are in party or having a casual day, straight hair make you look pretty. Products for straightening hair have very high demand. Hair straightening products contain chemicals that adversely affect the health of your hair. And if you think straightener is best option to get your hair straight, Then “NO”. Heat of straightener damages your hair.

Home made products for making hair naturally straight:-

You have many products in your kitchen that can be helpful in making your hair naturally straight and smooth at home:-

Coconut milk and lemon juice: Rub against coconut to extract milk from it. Coconut itself has permanent hair straightening properties. But if you add lemon juice in it, better results can be produced. Mix coconut milk and lemon juice and refrigerate it for few hours. A creamy layer comes on the surface. Apply that cream on your hair. Wrap your hair with hot towel and wash after an hour with shampoo. You’ll feel your hair smooth and naturally straight.

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Coconut oil and olive oil: Mix coconut oil with olive oil. You can replace olive oil with almond oil. Massage this mixture well on your hair. Cover your hair with a hot towel. After 45 minutes, wash your hair with shampoo. You’ll get productive results.

Milk spray: Milk is very useful for making your hair naturally straight. Pour some milk in spraying bottle and spray it on your hair. Wait for half an hour for your hair to absorb all the sprayed milk. Wash after half an hour and discover how your hair get naturally straight.

Milk and honey: Make a paste by adding honey in milk. Add smashed strawberries or bananas into the mixture for producing better results. It’ll take time to get dried. After one and a half hour, wash your hair with shampoo and see the results. You’ll have soft and naturally straight hair.

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How to get your hair naturally straight? was last modified: June 27th, 2015 by Nimra Zafar

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