3. APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
The outer layer of the hair called the cuticle determines if you’re going to have a bad or a good hair day. Basically, the cuticle protects the hair shaft and it is usually damaged by using excessive chemical-based hair products, ironing and a lot more. Residue coats the hair causing it look dull. The vinegar can actually help you remove build-up residue. For this we recommend the apple cider vinegar compared to white vinegar because the apple cider vinegar does not dry the hair. You can combine the vinegar treatment with other herbs of your choice, depending on your hair type.
Herbs of your choice
(Rosemary and parsley helps grey hair strand to blacken, chamomile helps your
hair color pop-out, lavender adds fragrance, etc)
– Boil 1 cup of water into a pan.
– Add your herbs and leave it into boiling water for 10 minutes.
– Cool your mixture.
– Apply the mixture to wet hair, and leave it for 3 minutes.
– Rinse. Do not use conditioner after rinsing; the vinegar scent will actually wear off when your hair gets dry.