6 DIY Hair Hacks You Need to Try Today

Are you looking for some easy and effective ways to improve your hair health and style? Do you want to learn how to use everyday items creatively to achieve amazing results? If you answered yes, then you are in the right place. In this blog post, I will share with you 6 DIY hair hacks that you need to try today. These hacks are suitable for all hair types and will help you save time, money, and hassle. Whether you want to add volume, shine, curls, or tame flyaways, these hacks have got you covered. Read on and discover how you can transform your hair with these simple tricks. If you can’t get enough awesome hacks and want more, check out ” Jumpstart Your Hair With Maple Syrup” for more ideas.

Dryer Sheets: Say Goodbye to Static Hair

One of the most common hair problems is static hair, especially during the winter months. Static hair occurs when your hair becomes electrically charged due to friction or dryness. It can make your hair look frizzy, dull, and messy. But don’t worry, there is a simple solution that you probably have in your laundry room: dryer sheets.

Dryer sheets are thin fabric sheets that are coated with softening agents and fragrances. They are designed to reduce static cling and soften clothes in the dryer. But they can also do wonders for your hair. All you need to do is grab one or more dryer sheets and run them over your hair to reduce static. You will notice that your hair becomes smoother, softer, and more manageable. Plus, it will smell great too.

This hack is universal since all hair types can relate to static hair. It is also easy and way better than licking your hand and sliding it down your hair strands. Let us know in the comments if you give this hack a try. We think dryer sheets might smell better than spit á la mode!

Gelatin: Boost Your Hair Volume and Body

If you have thin or flat hair, you might be looking for ways to add some volume and body to your locks. There are many products on the market that claim to do that, but they can be expensive, harsh, or ineffective. Why not try a natural alternative that is cheap, gentle, and effective? Gelatin.

Gelatin is a protein derived from animal collagen. It is commonly used as a thickening agent in food, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals. It is also great for your hair because it can coat the hair shafts and add thickness, strength, and shine.

To use this hack, mix 2 teaspoons of unflavored gelatin with a thickening shampoo in a small bowl. Apply the mixture to your wet hair and massage it into your scalp and roots. Leave it on for a few minutes and then rinse it out thoroughly. You will notice that your hair has more volume and body after drying.

To level up your gelatin game, try using protein gelatin for added shine. Protein gelatin contains amino acids that can nourish your hair and make it more resilient. You can find protein gelatin in health food stores or online.

Bananas: Create Heatless Waves and Curls

Bananas are a delicious and nutritious fruit that are rich in potassium, fiber, and antioxidants. They are also a quick snack on the go when you are in a hurry or need to stop those hunger pains. But did you know that bananas can also help you create heatless waves and curls?

Heat styling tools such as curling irons or flat irons can damage your hair over time by causing split ends, breakage, dryness, and loss of elasticity. That is why it is better to avoid them as much as possible and opt for heatless methods instead.

One of the easiest heatless methods is using bananas as hair rollers. Yes, you heard that right. Bananas can act as natural curlers that can give you beautiful waves or curls without any heat damage.

To use this hack, dampen your hair slightly and apply your favorite leave-in conditioner. Brush your hair to remove any tangles and then divide it into several sections depending on how big or small you want your curls to be. Then wrap each section around a banana like a hair roller and secure it with a bobby pin or a rubber band.

It is up to you how long you want to keep the bananas in your hair. The longer you leave them on, the tighter your curls will be. You can leave them on overnight for maximum results or just for an hour or two if you are short on time.

When you are ready to remove the bananas, gently unwrap each section and shake out your curls with your fingers. Do not brush them or they will lose their shape. You can also spray some hairspray or apply some serum to hold them in place.

So now you have heatless waves or curls and a bunch of bananas to snack on later. How cool is that? BTW, if bananas are not your thing; toilet paper rolls work the same way.


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Beer: Strengthen and Shine Your Hair

Beer is a popular alcoholic beverage that is made from fermented grains, hops, yeast, and water. It is enjoyed by many people around the world for its refreshing and relaxing effects. But beer is not only good for drinking, it is also good for your hair.

Beer contains maltose, sucrose, and proteins that can strengthen your hair follicles and prevent hair loss. It also contains B vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that can enhance your hair color and shine. Beer can also balance the pH level of your scalp and remove any dirt or buildup.

To use this hack, you will need some shampoo and some beer. Any type of beer will do, but darker beers tend to have more nutrients and benefits for your hair. You can use a full bottle or a half bottle depending on the length and thickness of your hair.

First, wash your hair with your regular shampoo and rinse it out well. Then pour the beer over your hair and massage it into your scalp and roots. Leave it on for a few minutes and then rinse it out with cold water. You can also condition your hair afterwards if you want to.

You will notice that your hair is stronger, smoother, and shinier after using this hack. You will also smell like a brewery, but don’t worry, the smell will fade away as your hair dries.

As a bonus, try this hack with ginger beer. Ginger beer is a carbonated drink that is made from ginger root, sugar, water, and lemon juice. It is not alcoholic but it has a spicy and refreshing taste. Ginger is also an excellent hair conditioner that can stimulate blood circulation, fight dandruff, soothe itchiness, and promote hair growth.

Look for brands that contain real ginger root. You can use ginger beer the same way as regular beer or you can mix it with some honey for extra moisture and shine.

Non-Stick Hairspray: Tame Flyaways and Baby Hairs

Flyaways are those annoying little hairs that stick out from your head or face and ruin your hairstyle. They are caused by static electricity, humidity, or damage. They can make your hair look frizzy, dull, and unprofessional. But there is a simple way to tame them with a non-stick hairspray and a soft bristle toothbrush.

Non-stick hairspray is a type of hairspray that does not leave any residue or buildup on your hair. It is lightweight, flexible, and easy to wash out. It can also help you control flyaways and baby hairs without making them stiff or sticky.

To use this hack, spray some non-stick hairspray on a soft bristle toothbrush. Then gently brush the toothbrush over the flyaways or baby hairs that you want to tame. You can also use the toothbrush to sculpt your edges or create sleek ponytails or buns.

This hack will help you smooth out any unruly hairs and give you a polished and professional look. You can also use this hack as an alternative to hair gel if you want a more natural and less greasy finish.

Eggs: Nourish and Repair Your Hair

Eggs are one of the most versatile foods that you can find in your kitchen. They are delicious, nutritious, and easy to cook. They are also great for your hair because they contain protein, biotin, iron, zinc, and other nutrients that can nourish and repair your hair.

Eggs can help you restore moisture, elasticity, and shine to your hair. They can also prevent breakage, split ends, and hair loss. They are especially beneficial for dry or damaged hair that needs some extra care.

To use this hack, you will need one or two eggs depending on the length and thickness of your hair. Crack the eggs into a bowl or a container and whisk them well. You can also add some oil or honey for extra hydration if you want to.

Apply the egg mixture to your wet hair and cover it with a plastic cap or a plastic grocery bag. Leave it on for 15 to 20 minutes but not longer because eggs have a high protein content that can make your hair hard if left too long.

Rinse out the egg mixture thoroughly with cold water. Do not use hot water or you will end up with scrambled eggs in your hair. Then apply some conditioner to your hair and rinse it out again.

Style your hair as usual and enjoy the results. Your hair will be stronger, smoother, and healthier after using this hack.

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I hope you enjoyed reading this blog post and learned something new. These 6 DIY hair hacks are easy to try and can make a big difference in your hair health and style. You can use them with items that you already have at home or that you can easily find at the store.

We would love to hear from you and see your results. If you try any of these hacks, please share your photos and feedback with us in the comments section below. You can also tag us on social media with #adorenaturalme and join our community of DIY lovers and natural hair lovers.

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