Her great grandmother did this. When she died she didn't have a gray hair. Teabagging your hair! Blondes: Chamomile; Red: Rooibos; Brunette: Black. Once a week, steep 2 tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes. Let the liquid cool to room temperature. Pour the mixture over wet, just-washed hair, rubbing it through the way you would shampoo. Leave the rinse on for 10 minutes; wash and condition to seal in the silky, glossy results.
DIY home made hair mask: - 1 tablespoon honey - 3 tablespoons olive oil Put both ingredients in a bowl - microwave for up to 30 seconds, mix thoroughly, work in to damp hair starting at the ends up to scalp, once gone wrap hair in a (damp) warm towel and relax for 30 minutes. Wash as usual and enjoy your new, beautiful, SOFT, manageable, no fly-away hair!
Damaged hair? Try Garnier’s New Whole Blends Repairing Honey Treasures. The shampoo fortifies as it cleanses. The conditioner rejuvenates and repairs and the mask deeply nourishes for true repair. It’s a richly repairing regimen and paraben-free formula, blended with carefully selected ingredient extracts, that bloom with sensorial fragrances of honey and royal jelly.