5 Hair Packs To Try At Home For Split Ends
By: Pinki Mon, 17 June 2019 11:41 AM
Split ends on the tips or end of the hair is a dreaded sight to see for any woman. In fact, split ends are one of the most common hair care concern that all women face in today’s world. Split ends tend to happen because of several reasons such as over-exposure to sun, heat, dust, pollution and excessive chemicals from hair products, etc. Read this article as we pen down 5 magical home-based hair packs which are super useful for your split ends.
Beer is rich in Vitamin B, minerals and proteins and therefore if applied on your hair would work amazingly as a conditioner and as a hair pack for your split ends. It also adds volume to your hair. Soak your hair in beer for about 2 to 3 minutes after shampooing them. Wash it off with the lukewarm water.
* Chamomile Tea
Chamomile tea has antiseptic properties which prevent split ends and also removes the dead cells from your hair making your hair look gorgeous and healthy. All you need to do is soak the chamomile tea leaves in boiling water, let it cool down and use the extracted elemental water on to your hair. Rinse the chamomile water using lukewarm water after 10-15 minutes.
* Egg Yolks
Egg or its yolk is the superhero for your split ends. An egg has the adequate amount of proteins which not only strengthens hair but also prevents split ends. Egg yolk cures the frizziness of your hair and also makes it look shinier and healthier. The yolk also acts as a moisturizer and conditioner for your hair. All you need to do is, extract the egg yolk from an egg in a clean bowl and mix it with olive oil and leave it for 30 to 45 minutes on your hair and. Rinse it off with lukewarm water for best results.
* Black Lentils
Black lentils commonly known as dal are very much beneficial for your split ends. Dal is rich in proteins, iron, folic acid, phosphorus and fibre which is helpful in getting rid of split ends and improves the quality of your hair growth. You can use the dal by making a thick paste of dal with fenugreek seeds and curd. All you need to do is mix it properly, apply it on your hair and leave it for at least for 1 hour; wash it off properly with lukewarm water and shampoo.
* Ripe Papaya
Ripe papaya is rich in folic acid and vitamin A that helps in keeping your scalp and hair follicles moisturized. It also promotes hair growth and prevents split ends and frizzy hair. You can use the ripe papaya by making it into a smooth paste by mashing it properly. For making a smoother paste you can add yogurt. Apply it to your hair for 30 to 45 minutes and wash it off with lukewarm water.