By: Courtney Schmidt Email
By: Courtney Schmidt Email

So lately, my hair has been crisper than Kentucky Fried Chicken! It may be the summer heat or maybe my use of dry shampoo, nevertheless, if you have any hair problems,
I have complied a list of home remedies that you can use for a cheap cost!

Raw Egg
Use the egg yolks only to moisturize dry hair. Take the egg yolk and apply it to your hair, let it sit for 20 minutes and then rinse out. You can use this method every two weeks and this can apply to all hair types.

Plain Yogurt or Sour Cream
This method has worked well for me since currently I have dull hair. Take about 1/2 of either yogurt or sour cream, apply it to your hair and then let it sit for about 15 minutes. Rinse out with warm water. This application can be used every two weeks.

Olive Oil
If you have sun damaged hair, then olive oil is a good treatment. When applying, use about 2 tablespoons and massage from the scalp to the ends. Then let it sit for about 15 minutes and rinse out with warm water. You hair will come out shiner than ever! SIDE NOTE:When it comes to olive oil, less is more.

I have not tried my next suggestion, but from what I hear in the office, it works. If you have flat hair, beer is suppose to act as a volumize to your hair. It's nutrition value of natural sugars and a little of protein can help with shine and texture.

This is the best home remedy I could offer for hydrating hair. There is no question that you will feel a difference once you use this treatment. Make up an avocado like you would normally and then apply it to your hair. Let it sit for about 20 minutes and rinse. I have thick, curly hair and every time I use it, my hair feels light, healthier and replenished.

Remember the best accessory you have is your hair so make sure it does not go flat on you.

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