Home-brewed Hair Rinse- "Here’s my favorite rinse for smooth, shiny locks. Boil 3 cups of water and steep your favorite herbs (rosemary brings luster to dark hair, chamomile for blond highlights). Strain herbal floaties with cheesecloth. Mix herbal water with 1 cup cider vinegar and put it in a spray bottle. After you shampoo, spray on the rinse, comb through, and rinse thoroughly. Your bathroom may smell a bit vinegary while you're doing it, but the smell won't linger on your hair, and you...
For Amazing shine! All hair has damaged cuticles that make your hair look dull and dry. Beer has a protein that can fill any space between the damaged areas. Pour the beer from your roots to your ends and let it sit for a minute or two. Make sure you rinse with cool water after it sits to get rid of the smell and seal in the proteins.
BEER RINSE -- 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 thoroughly. After that, simply rinse! The only bad thing is the lingering scent of beer, but hey, that’s what spritzes are for, right?
Beer Hair Shampoo/Conditioners - Homemade Beer Hair Mask 1 bottle of beer 2 teaspoons of honey 3-4 drops of lemon Heat up beer for approximately 1 minute, and then add honey and lemon. Apply paste to hair and gently massage until completely covered. Leave in for approximately 15 minutes then rinse well.
DIY Nourishing Hair Mask: A protein-rich mask helps to strengthen hair. In a medium-sized bowl, thoroughly combine 1/2 cup yogurt, 1 tablespoon lemon juice, and 1 egg. Apply the mixture to your scalp after oiling and cleansing. Leave the mask on for about 20 minutes, then rinse thoroughly with warm water.
It may sound peculiar but it actually helps in hair growth. Flip your head for 2-4 minutes and softly comb your roots which will bring natural oil to the end of the hair. This will also help to stimulate the hair follicles by reversing the blood flow.