How to Make Homemade Shampoo for Thin Hair

Obtain the thick locks you've always dreamed of.

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Tired of the endless use and trial of brand-name thickening shampoos with no success? Concoct your own mixture of shampoo, strictly for use on thin hair. It's possible to add volume while avoiding the harsh effects of chemical-heavy products. By creating your own shampoo, you'll soon flaunt thicker and fuller hair that's both natural and supportive of your lackluster locks.

1.

Initiate a difference in your strands with this homemade thin-hair remedy. Mix 1 ounce of organic coconut oil, 1 egg, 1 tablespoon of lemon juice and ½ teaspoon of apple-cider vinegar. Ensure that the mixture is well blended and thick enough to spread into your hair as a normal shampoo would.

2.

Massage the blended mixture into your hair. After rinsing, follow up with the use of a lightweight conditioner. Repeat this with each shower, noticing an incredible difference in the texture and volume of your hair. This all-natural mix is perfect for any woman wanting to define their locks.

3.

Experiment with different homemade shampoos to decide which one works best for your hair. However, give this recipe a try first. You might just find your hair fuller and thicker in no time.

Things You'll Need

 

1.Organic coconut oil

3.Lemon juice

2.Egg

4.Apple-cider vinegar

 

Tips & Tricks

 

Practice experimenting with either mixture to find the thin-hair solution that works best for you. Each type of thin hair is different and may not take on the product as well as you may like.

Consider a weekly routine of applying coconut oil directly to the roots, enabling them to produce volume-heavy locks.

As an alternative solution, consider mixing your existing shampoo with powdered gelatin. This mixture will help increase volume and make your hair feel thicker.

 

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