On the internet, daily we come across new hydration techniques, using the most varied ingredients. However, a recipe that has been making people talk lately is homemade Japanese hair hydration, which uses products that are very simple to find at home. And here between us, of hydration Japanese women understand, as they have the smooth, shiny hair in the world. Want to know how to make this recipe? So come with us!
Japanese hair hydration:
This recipe, in addition to keeping your hair super hydrated, also produces an impeccable straightening effect. And best of all, we'll use super simple ingredients, which if you don't have them at home, you'll surely find them in any market. So it connects to the ingredients:
- 1 tablespoon of sugar;
- 2 tablespoons of sago;
- 1 scoop of moisturizing mask;
- 1 tablespoon of vegetable oil (from avocado, rosehip, castor or other).
All you will need to do is put half a glass of water in a pan, add the sugar and sago, stirring over low heat until all the mixture has boiled. Afterwards, you will strain all this mixture, and discard the sago balls, as we will only need the gel that it expels when it is boiled.
Afterwards, all you will need to do is add the moisturizing cream to this mixture, mixing well until everything is smooth. After washing your hair and removing excess moisture, you will separate the hair into strands, and apply our moisturizing mixture to each one.
For best results, you will place a cap over your head, and wait about 15 to 20 minutes to remove the mixture from your hair. Finally, apply a good conditioner and rinse with just water again.
The sago in this recipe is able to deeply hydrate the hair, and combined with sugar, moisturizing cream and vegetable oil, it is able to keep the ghosts of frizz and dryness very far away.
Another Japanese hydration:
To add to this list, we’ve brought you, but a homemade Japanese hair hydration recipe, for you to include in your capillary schedule. So, pay attention to the list of ingredients:
- 1 cap of glycerin;
- 2 tablespoons of cornstarch;
- 1 spoon of honey;
- 2 scoops of moisturizing mask;
First you will wash your hair with shampoo, and after removing excess moisture, mix all the ingredients well, and apply it to the strands, lock by lock, until nothing is left. Then, just put a cap under your hair, and wait about 30 minutes.
After the time, you will rinse your hair with water only, then apply a conditioner, rinsing again after about 3 minutes. And voilá, her hair is hydrated and straight, like Japanese women’s.
In addition to care such as hydration, correct washing of the strands, and nutrition are essential steps for you who want long, straight and healthy hair! See you later!