Natural ingredients nourish the hair and make them lustrous and bouncy. You can find many of these magical ingredients in your kitchen, and if you know the right recipe, you can prepare your homemade hair oils that will make your hair look glorious and gorgeous. Beauty expert Shahnaz Husain shared some DIY oil recipes to infuse life in dull hair.
Following DIY Hair oils will not only help you to keep the hair in good condition but also enhance hair beauty, by adding shine, body, and bounce to them.

Aloe Vera Hair Oil Aloe Vera has a plethora of benefits including preventing hair fall and dandruff and treating dry scalp. It also adds strength as well as nourishment to your hair and restores the pH balance of your scalp & hair.
Recipe: Take one whole Aloe Vera leaf and slice it open into two halves. Scoop out all the gel from those leaves.
Take ½ cup of this gel and mix it with ½ cup of coconut oil (the mixture must be 50-50).
Heat the mixture on a low flame for 5-7 minutes and allow it to cool completely.
Add to this cooled mix 5 drops of rosemary essential oil.
Store this oil in a cool place and a dark bottle for 2 weeks before you start using it.

Amla (Gooseberry) Hair Oil
This homemade hair oil can be used by both men and women suffering from damaged hair, early greying, and hair fall. It helps stimulate hair growth, cools the scalp, and makes your hair shinier as well as darker.
Cut 2 Amla fruits into 4 slices each, and leave them to dry under a shade. Allow at least 1 hour for drying.
Add 2 tablespoons of sesame oil and 4 tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil to the dried pieces of Amla.
Heat the mixture on low flame until it starts bubbling. Let it cool in the pan itself.
Pour this mix into a dark bottle and store it away from the sun in a cool spot for 1 week before using it.

Hibiscus Hair Oil
Hibiscus is loaded with Vitamin A, C, and other nutrients that promote hair growth, improve volume and make your hair silky and shiny.
Take ½ cup of Hibiscus leaves and 2 Hibiscus flowers. Wash them with cold water and dry them either in the sun or in an oven.
In a pan, add ¼ cup of organic coconut oil and ¼ cup of almond oil. Start heating the mixture as you add the dried hibiscus petals and leaves to it.
Heat for 5 minutes on a low flame and allow it to cool down.
Strain out the cooled oil and pour it in a dark bottle for storage in a cool spot for 1 week. Warm the oil a little every time you use it.

Onion Hair Oil
The high sulfur content in onions helps in treating a multitude of hair problems including thinning, dandruff, and baldness. It is also an effective anti-bacterial and helps combat scalp infections. Also, the vitamin and mineral content fortifies hair roots, giving you denser and stronger hair.
Chop a small onion finely and add 6 tablespoons of coconut oil and 2 cloves of garlic to it in a pan.
Heat the mixture until it begins to bubble and then allow it to cool down.
Add 3-4 drops of lavender/rosemary essential oil and store the mix in a refrigerator for 10 days before you start using it.

While you’re applying these oils to your hair, be gentle! Rubbing them hard over the scalp aggravates hair loss and promotes frizziness as the hair cuticles don’t get the required amount of hair oil. Take a cotton ball and dip it in hair oil and gently place it all over your scalp by parting your hair side by side. Cotton helps cuticles to absorb the hair and facilitates the equal application of oil on the scalp.

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