Best Tips&Tricks: Dirt Cheap Fixes to Frizzy Hair

I asked my grandma about the hair problems she used to have in the past and how she fixed them. After all, there didn’t use to be such a wide choice of hair products or excellent hair care methods. She surprised me.

My grandma could be called the inventor of DIY hair care methods and products 🙂 She’s the inspiration for best homemade hair cosmetics that are the most effective and… dirt cheap!

I’d like to share everything my grandma has told me. Maybe, I’ll enthuse you with natural hair care. Hope so!

Goal: defrizzing and taming

Costs: as cheap as possible

Method: home only

Method no 1

Hair mask with liquid paraffin and potato flour

First, enrich your favorite hair mask with one tablespoon of potato flour, mix well. Before washing, rub liquid paraffin into your hair and scalp. Wait 15 minutes. Apply the mask with potato flour to hair. Wait 15 minutes, wash it off with tepid water and thoroughly wash the hair.

Method no 2

Hair conditioner with mayo and avocado

Smash the half avocado and mix with a glass of mayo. Rub the mixture into your hair and put on a shower cap to intensify the effects. After 20 minutes, wash hair as always.

Method no 3

Hair rinse with beer

The third method involves using up one beer, which would be a great loss for some of you. I know the product works great for my hairdo and provides it with many essential nutrients. You wash your hair, rinse it with beer, wait several minutes, rinse hair with water (to get rid of the characteristic aroma). Easy and effective.

Method no 4

Hair mask with banana and olive oil

This mask is my favorite. It’s all-natural and really has the consistency of a mask. The cosmetic is easy to make. Mix one banana with a tablespoon of olive oil. Massage the mixture into hair and scalp, leave in for 30 minutes. Next, wash hair as always.

The best frizzy hair fixes! I’ve tried them out and strongly recommend. Check them out! 🙂

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