Hair Care Tips: It is everyone’s dream to keep hair healthy and damage free so that their growth can be maintained properly. Hairfall is a common problem in the changing lifestyle. Many times, due to dry hair, they always remain tangled and whenever an attempt is made to untangle them, hair fall starts. To avoid this, many people use market based serums, which are beneficial in the beginning but then the chemicals present in them start showing their true form. Keeping this in view, today we are telling you about making natural homemade serum at home, by applying which you can make your hair soft, silky and smooth.
What is needed for homemade hair serum
This homemade hair serum is as easy to make as its ingredients are also less. To make this, you must have three things at home which are available in most of the people’s kitchen.
1.Fenugreek seeds powder
How to make hair serum
To make homemade hair serum, first grate red onion and extract its juice, then take one spoon of fenugreek seeds powder in a bowl. Mix 3-4 spoons of castor oil in it, then add 2 spoons of onion juice and mix all the three things well. The prepared paste can be stored in a glass bottle. If you want, you can also add a capsule of Vitamin E in it.
How to apply serum?
After making the serum, one should know how to apply it, most people make mistakes in this step. So, let us tell you that the prepared serum has to be applied only on the roots of the hair, on clean hair, massage the roots thoroughly, leave it for 2-3 hours and then wash the hair with shampoo. This hair serum starts showing its effects within a few days. Along with strengthening the hair, it also makes them beautiful and shining.
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