DIY to Try: Here's the Solution to Your Hair Lengthening Woes
Posted Saturday April 6, 2013 7:04 AM GMT
Trying to grow your hair out is like watching a pot of water boil. Okay, way worse.
While there are many things you can do to stimulate hair growth, like giving yourself daily scalp massages and taking Biotin, lengthening your locks takes effort.
One remedy we've recently fallen in love with is an all-natural spritzer made from Chamomile tea, rosemary leaves, and good ol’ H2O.
Chamomile tea works wonders, as it helps to strengthen strands, and makes them less susceptible to breakage. Rosemary promotes stimulation within the hair follicle itself, which, in turn, encourages new growth.
Ready to take your hair to new lengths? Here’s how:
What you'll need:
- 2 bags of 100% Chamomile tea (Chamomile will gradually lighten your hair, especially if exposed to sun).
- 1/2 tbs dry rosemary leaves
- 1 cup water
- Spray bottle
- Bring the water to a boil.
- Then, take the water off the heat and place two of the teabags inside. Allow them to steep for 5 minutes.
- Now, grind up the rosemary leaves until fine.
- Combine all ingredients into a spray bottle.
- Allow the mixture to sit for a day.
- Spray onto your scalp once a day, and massage in to stimulate hair growth.
By Jessica Bruno