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Learn how to make hair gel at home with the steps to follow to use it

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Posted by : shivani on | Jun 08,2017

Learn how to make hair gel at home with the steps to follow to use it

Instead of spending a bomb on buying hair gel every month, why do not you try to learn how to make the house? It is really simple and you can customize the taking into account according to your needs.


Making a natural gel for the hair at home is really a matter of a few minutes. And very little effort too. With the ingredients at home, or worse, at the nearest pharmacy, you can create your own batch of personalized hair gel for weeks of well-styled hair.

 

And wait, if you thought this article was just for women, it is not. The recipes are simple enough for men to search a lot too.

 

2 Must Try Hair Recipes Healthy Hair Gel:

Ingredients for home hair gel

 

Unflavoured Gelatin - ½ to 1 teaspoon

 

Hot and Distilled Water - 1 cup

 

Essential oils (optional)

 

How to Make Hair Gel at Home:

 

Add the gelatin in warm water and stir until dissolved.


You can add more or less gelatine according to your needs. Less gelatin means less "restraint". Do not forget to use the less tight gel for frizzy hair.


Place the mixture in the refrigerator for about 3-4 hours to adjust.


Mix a few drops of your favorite essential oil (if desired) and mix well.


Yes that's it. The hair gel is ready. Use it in the same way you used other commercially purchased products. Make smaller lots first because this gel has a shelf life of only 1-2 weeks.

 

You may need some testing before you can improve consistency, but it's still worth the money you'll save.

 

Another recipe for hair gel uses linseed. Here is the recipe for flaxseed:

 

Flax seed recipe:

ingredients

 

Whole flax seeds - 2 tablespoons

 

Water - 1 cup

 

Aloevera gel (optional)

 

Essential oils (optional)

 

Procedure:

Start by boiling the water.


Now add the whole flax seeds and continue stirring continuously.

Do not worry; It will only take 5 minutes.

Once the solution begins to resemble frost, remove it immediately from heat and pass it through a fine sieve.


After cooling, pour it into a small pressure bottle or pump.


Add aloevera gel, no more than ¼ of the amount of flax seed gel. This reduces the gel and also imparts moisturizing properties.


Add a few drops of your essential oil, shake the bottle and you're ready to use it.

How to use:


 

The flaxseed gel when mixed with 2 teaspoons castor oil, 1 teaspoon of lemon juice and 2 teaspoons of honey is your all natural natural gel.


Apply it on your strands, leave it on for about 30 minutes, then wash them with a nourishing shampoo like the Pantene Pro-V Daily Moisture Repair shampoo.

Let your hair dry naturally.


Done regularly for a month will leave you hair straighter, brighter and smoother.

Keep all extra hair gel in the refrigerator to keep it fresh. Transfer it into small pressing bottles for easy applications.

 

So now that you know how to make natural hair gel at home, will you spend your hard-earned money on ready-to-use cosmetics?

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