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Natural Ways to Thicken Hair

Updated March 01, 2019
Natural Ways to Thicken Hair
Natural Ways to Thicken Hair
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Who doesn't want thick, beautiful hair? If you feel your hair is lacking thickness, try these Natural Ways to Thicken Hair. The mask and rinse explained in this tutorial are two natural hair thickening home remedies that will help to increase the volume of your hair. With this tutorial, you have two great methods to choose from. Use the mask and simply put it in your hair a few minutes before hopping in the shower, or use the rinse and apply it to your hair after a shower. These homemade hair thickeners are so easy; there's no reason not to try them.

Estimated CostUnder $10

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

MaterialsNature Material

Primary TechniqueBath and Beauty

Beginner

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My mam is always going on and buying products to try thicken her thin hair. When she was younger she had extremely thick hair but getting older has thinned it out so hopefully this can be something else that she can try out, although it does sound good enough to eat)

There are some really great ideas on this page of Natural Ways to Thicken Hair. I love the clove water infusion idea the best. Essential Clove oil mixed with your hair conditioner will do the same and works well. I'm not a big fan of the avocado moisturizers, I've tried it and my scalp ending up so moist, I had the worse itchy head for a few days. Sorry but it didn't help me. I have hair down to my butt and it is still thick but I have been using the clove oil for as long as I can remember. Thank you so much for sharing this free DIY beauty idea.

This is what I like with home remedies. Ingredients are natural and non toxic. Avocado moisturizes the scalp and promotes healthy strong hair. I bet this will probably work.

My hair could really use this. I love all the different options, too.

I had a lot of hair but it had no body and then all of a sudden it started falling out. Of course, there are a couple of medical reasons which are being taken care of and the falling out has slowed, but it needs to slow down a lot more! I am going to try the clove tea and see how that works. I usually rub in coconut oil the night before I wash my hair and sometimes use aloe Vera gel also. I would not be able to use the first solution as I am allergic to avocados!

I especially like that the clove tea doesn't have to be rinsed out. I've heard before that eggs are a great natural alternative to store-bought protein treatments. Avocado is popular in face masks so I think it will be just as great for hair conditioning. It contains lots of Vitamin E.

This is all very interesting. I think I might try it. You see often enough that store bought products contain these things so there must be some truth to it. I kind of like the idea of doing something natural like this. Can we use any kind of essential oil or does it have to be Rosemary?

I really want thick hair(....but I don't put in the work so I buy some of those pills that should get you results in two weeks. I love the natural idea...I've used avocado before for a hair mask but I thought it was too messy

I have tried those and while they helped some they were not worth the money I paid for them. It is cheaper to buy a thing of coconut oil from the grocery store and rub it in the night before you wash your hair. It keeps it from getting dry and has reduced my split ends quite a bit.

This is something I've been concerned about since I've gotten older. Thanks so much for this tutorial!

Great ideas! Thank you.

This is really a great tutorial for anyone with thinning hair. I love that both the mask and the rinse are made from all natural ingredients and you can control what you are using. Avocados ,coconut oil and egg are all natural as is cloves and rosemary oil. I am going to make some for my sons who have thinning hair. So fast and easy and very few ingredients. I have been looking for something like this. Thanks. Anyone make any yet? Do you need to keep it in fridge?

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