Sunday, November 18, 2018

Natural Hair Care On a Budget

We have all heard about people complaining about how tedious, time consuming and expensive Natural Hair is. But truth be told, having Permed Hair is just as expensive unless you do not want to properly take care of your hair. Natural Hair Care on a Budget does not necessarily mean inferior products or what have you. It just means working your way around the somewhat expensive products in the market. Because majority of people are just getting the hang and returning back to being natural in this part of the world; so there are not as many products in the market just yet.

Nonetheless, despite all these setbacks, people still find a way to work around them and make things work out fine for their hair. Which is their Hair Regimen.

I am a huge huge fan of DIYs; So that will be my first option. I lovee to know what i whipped together to get a certain treatment so bad that once i hear about something, the first thing i do is to go online and check if i can do it myself.. I search and search until i see i cannot make the stuff myself (and i'm like oops.. Too bad). And if it is something i can make myself, guess who is trying it the next time i need it?! And seriously if you are trying to reduce how much you spend on products, you should try DIYs to help you stay within your Hair. Too lazy to make research yourself? Do not worry, I GOTCHA!!!

So on to the real deal.

Deep Conditioner

Deep Conditioning is an essential part of healthy hair. It is the process of restoring and repairing your hair. They come in Deep Treatment for repair or light pack to maintain the general health of hair due to the stress of styling, installing extension and replenishing lost nutrients in hair strands.

Deep Conditioner for Strength and Breakage

This comes as a re-constructor and light treatment. It attaches to weak areas of hair to help strengthen them. Hardens cuticle layers and create protective barriers.

  • Avocado
  • Olive oil
  • Coconut Milk
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Avocado contains amino acids and protein and it is also rich in fat which helps in healing and alleviate scalp conditions.

Coconut Milk is rich in proteins and antibacterial and fatty acids that strengthen the hair, help treat dandruff and moisturizes the hair.
Can be used every 2 weeks so as to avoid Protein Overload.

  • Mayonnaise
  • Egg
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Mayonnaise contains egg yolks, Vinegar, Lemon and oils and presence of L-cysteine and amino acid in mayonnaise helps in nourishing the scalp.

Egg contains high contents of protein and biotin which helps follicles to remain strong and reduces breakage.

Deep Conditioner for Moisture and Shine

They add moisture and elasticity to hair strands, keep friction tangles and breakage away.
Brings back Elasticity and shine to hair, Keeps hair Soft and easy to handle, Eliminates Frizz and Dryness.
Can be used every week to keep up with the moisture balance in hair.

  • Banana
  • Honey

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Banana contains high level of vitamins, carbohydrates, natural oils, calcium and potassium that helps add moisture and elasticity to hair. it helps in the overall nourishment of hair strands and the scalp.

Honey is a natural emolument that attract moisture the the atmosphere into hair, conditions the hair and helps hair stay moisturised and hydrated for long.

  • Plain Yoghurt
  • Apple Cider Vinegar

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Yoghurt is rich in magnesium and vitamins helps nourish the hair follicles and moisturises dry hair.

Apple Cider Vinegar is a natural conditioner that balances the scalp Ph. It detoxify scalp and infection, aids hair growth and add shine to hair.

  • Lemon Juice
  • Coconut Milk

Leave-in Conditioner/ Moisturiser

These are conditioners that infuse moisture to scalp and hair strands. They nourish the scalp and hair follicles making hair soft and manageable.

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  • Water
  • Coconut Water
  • Rice Water
  • Aloe Vera
  • Glycerin

Curling Product

  • Shea Butter
  • Coconut Oil
  • Aloe Vera Gel
  • Glycerin (all whipped together)


  • Cocoa Butter
  • Shea Butter
  • Jamaican Black Castor Oil (all whipped together)

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These are basically what you can whip up yourself to nourish your hair. I basically use this as well and it was just of recent i just got a leave in conditioner (cream) and i still mist my hair with the above ingredients before i use the product (Not letting those goodness pass me by.. No way)!. 

This is a total package and Natural Hair Care On a Budget is as easy as it can be because these ingredients are things you already have in the house.

How do you go about your Natural Hair Care on Low Budget?

Mix your own recipe and let us know in the comment session how your hair likes it.

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