Natasha Naegamvala – India
Natasha recommends drops of neem oil after your regular shampoo. Once you massage a few drops in the scalp and rinse, the oil will act as a lubricant to prevent friction, thus preventing breakage.
Elaine Wong – China
In a country with billions of heads of hair, tricks for keeping these strands healthy are genuine. Elaine says that harshness of the thick black hair can be prevented through waves of subtle highlights which is very popular among Chinese girls. In addition to that, she says that soft waves like Lucy Liu’s can easily accent long hair.
Natalie O’Sullivan – United Arab Emirates
No matter how hidden Arabian women’s hairs are, they still look glamorous underneath their abayas. Dubai stylist Natalie claims that most of them spend time socializing and visit a pay to the salon a couple of times a week. Surprising, isn’t it?
Rita Hazan – Egypt
A traditional Cairo hair treatment was revealed by Hazan which includes a castor oil cocktail. This conditioning treatment is comprised of castor oil mixed with crushed garlic. You can add a few drops of lavender essential oil to the mixture, apply on dry hair overnight and rinse in the morning to get a beautifully lush hair.
Kim Vo – Vietnam
Lotus is an amazing plant than can do miracles to the beauty. The leaves can be used as a cleanser, once steeped and you can grind the pods to a thick consistency to be used as a conditioner.
Saisuda Chuawiwat – Thailand
Thailand is a naturally hot and humid country and they need to shampoo their hair often. To maintain the moisture, Chuawiwat recommends Kerastase Chronologiste.
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