In today’s economy, less is certainly more, and if you are resorting to discount products for your hair, you can buy cheap, but you certainly don’t have have cheap hair. Learn how to liven up your cheap Dollar Store hair products to have silky, great hair as if you had used salon brands.
Simply add a few ingredients to your existing cheap shampoo and conditioner, like a few teaspoons of honey, vanilla extract, or peppermint oil to liven up your bottles. Honey is a great way to add nourishment to your hair and shine, and if you add 10 drops or so of orange oil, even after you wash your hair you will have silky, voluminous, shiny hair that battles the results of a salon brand, without the salon brand tag. Aloe works great as well in your shampoo and conditioner bottle, treating poor, damaged hair and giving your scalp a relaxing scrub so you itch less and are less prone to dandruff.
You can add Vitamin E oil to your hair spray, or orange oil (or lemon oil) for that control and shine of frizz and to keep your hair from looking dull. Simply add these amazing oils to your cheap hair spray for a great shine and frizz control that won’t cake up on you, and will keep your hair healthy. Just add a few drops, shake the bottle, and enjoy.
Other great additives to your hairspray? Tea tree oil or lavender oil, or your favorite essential oil to bring out the shine and help your hair stay healthy.
Great herbs you can put in your shampoo and conditioner when you don’t have essential oils around? Brew an herbal teabag in 2 cups of water until all but 1/2 cup of water has boiled out. Pour this strong liquid once cooled into your shampoo and conditioner bottles and shake well for use. Chamomile, peppermint, orange pekoe, even English tea all have their benefits in boosting your hair to health while you cleanse and making your cheap shampoo and conditioner work all the more better for you. You can even add a tablespoon of Cocoa butter or Shea Butter to your shampoo or conditioner to make them extra conditioning.
You don’t have to go for a salon price to get a salon-worthy product. Use what you have around the house to really make your cheap hair care items and products really stand out!