All you need is an ounce of rosemary,
preferably fresh, a pint of hot water, and
What you want to do is steep your
rosemary in the hot water for about 20
minutes, then let it cool.
Once it's cooled down, beat your egg into
it, then massage the mix into your hair
and rinse, just as you would with a regular
You need a papaya, a very ripe one.
Get rid of the skin and the seeds, then
blend it until it's pulpy.
At that point, add in half a cup of plain
yogurt and mix again.
Once it's mixed, massage it into your
hair, parting it carefully, and let it stay
on for 30 minutes or so, then rinse it
Just mix equal amounts of castor oil,
mustard oil, and olive oil – again, the
amount you mix depends on the
length and thickness of your hair.
All you have to do is apply the mix
into your hair, then wrap it up in a
towel and let it set for 30 minutes.
You definitely want to shampoo when
you wash it out!
You do this treatment after you've
shampooed, at which point you
mix a tablespoon of heavy cream
into half a cup of milk.
Beat it thoroughly, then massage it
into your hair, especially the ends.
You only need to leave it for about
15 minutes, and then rinse it out!
All you need is a half cup of curd and a
tablespoon of honey, which you mix
Massage it into your hair, paying
particular attention to the ends, and
let it remain there for 20 minutes.
When you rinse, just use water.
This method will give your hair a
Beer is actually really good for
your hair, and this particular
treatment is simplicity itself!
All you need to do is massage
some beer into your hair, then
give it time to soak in
After that, simply rinse!
All you have to do is mash up an avocado
and, after getting your hair a bit damp,
massage the fruit into your hair.
Make sure you get your split ends coated.
Let it set for anywhere between 15
minutes and half an hour, then rinse it
You can add a tablespoon of olive oil for
some extra sheen, if you like.
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