Listed below are a couple of effective hair tips by famous stylists from North and South America. Let’s see what they have to say about treating the hair right.
Lutz Karpf – Columbia
Lutz has introduced a traditional hair care mask along with certain modern touches. Mix two egg whites and a half of a mashed up avocado and apply it on the hair. Was and condition after 15 minutes and you will feel your hair’s newly born smoothness.
Leland Olsen – Canada
With Canada’s harsh weather, hair is made unruly and an arctic rinse can cure this. He recommends a cold touch at the end of the shower. It might sound ridiculous, but cold water can seal each cuticle, which in turn will close up the shaft that will preserve your hair’s natural shine and natural light will be able to reflect more easily.
Leonardo Rocco – Argentina
According to Leonardo, long hair denotes a girl’s sensuality and glamour. His secret lies behind Aloe Vera and he recommends it as a direct applier to hair and scalp or even as an addition to your usual shampoo.
Marco Antonio De Biaggi – Brazil
Marco has revealed a Brazilian feminine secret that can leave your hair incredibly soft and moisture. His coconut hair cocktail includes a cocoa butter treatment mask with a coconut water washout.
Ifergan – Mexico
If you are looking for an effective way to fight the southern frizz, here is a traditional practice. Mix 1tbsp unflavored gelatin, 1tsp cider vinegar with 1 cup water, massage the scalp with it and rinse it off after 5 minutes.
Angie Hookumchand – Guyana
Sardines is a rich source of omega 3 fatty acids and according to Angie, eating sardines will enhance your hair growth while increasing its radiance.
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