During trial consultations many of my brides often complain about their hair texture and all the difficulties they have styling it. It’s really important to understand how hair products can affect the result for your big day. I remember myself having the same problem and, in addition, I was trying to save money on professional hair products and use cheaper stuff. After I got into this beautiful industry, I understood that the secret to a great hair is good quality hair shampoos, conditioners, styling products and tools. There is a variety of different brands and lines that can suit client’s particular hair texture to achieve a desirable effect. If you don’t have a budget to stock your shelves with expensive stuff and you have a little time in your hands you can experiment by making homemade masks. I did my research and found some recipes that looked really good to me. If you want to play a chemist at home go for it!
Egg Hair Mask:
Eggs have enough protein that nourishes the hair roots that help with the hair growth. Fatty acids will give your hair natural shine while vitamin A, D, B and calcium will take care of healing, breakage and hair loss.
Banana Homemade Mask
Bananas have potassium for healing damaged hair, vitamin A, E, C for nourishing, healthy hair and scalp and hair oil regulation.
Creamy Avocado Homemade Mask
Avocado oil contains many proteins and vitamins, including A,D, E and B6 as well as magnesium, folic acid, amino acids, copper and iron, all of which can help with both hair growth and nourishment.