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If you tend to spend a fortune on hair care products and salon trips for shiny hair, all in vain - stop immediately! Here are natural hair wash tips that use only things from your kitchen cupboards to bring back the shine to your hair.  Are you up for it?

•Your kitchen offers plenty of natural remedies for dry hair. Try out a mashed avocado hair mask or massage coconut oil into your hair before a hair wash for soft well-hydrated hair.
•Eggs are a great source of protein both for your body and your hair. Conditioning your hair with these super foods on a weekly basis will give you super healthy hair. Egg yolk conditioner, used regularly, can help get rid of split ends, add volume to your hair and stimulate hair growth.
•Vinegar is yet another hair wash miracle product. It's an amazing cleansing agent that removes grime, product build-up and scalp residue. It also seals your hair cuticles while cleansing your hair to make the strands stronger. For best results, use cold water.
•If you want to try out a homemade shampoo, use baking soda and vinegar. Shampoo your hair with baking soda paste made with water. Rinse it off with vinegar and water. Your hair will dazzle with shine!

Having hair that looks like a million dollars doesn’t mean you have to spend a million. Visit your kitchen cupboards and discover your hair care treatment at home!

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    Wash hair slowly

    Massage the shampoo into the roots for 20 seconds. Apply the conditioner to the length and ends and leave it for 5 minutes.

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    Moisturising cream

    No homemade recipes: Treatment creams are best suited for restoring water and nutrients to your hair.

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    Comb in the right direction

    Begin combing at the end of your hair and work your way up to the roots to avoid hair breakage and split ends! Fight the frizz with a long-toothed wooden comb.

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    Protect your hair whilst sleeping

    To avoid the unwanted frizz, wrap your hair in a silk or satin scarf. You can also use these fabrics on your pillowcase!

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