I have a love -hate relationship with my hair. They are always slight wavy, thick, heavy and coarse. Either I have to go for professional hair straightening treatment or blow dry them. On a bad hair day, I will bundled them up in a bun. The fact is, I will never have those beautiful flippable hair or smooth sexy hair that guys would love to touch.
As if that is not bad enough, my hair started to turn grey when I was 7 years old. No typo here, SEVEN YEARS OLD! So sad.
That's the main reason I have to color my hair. Never see my hair real color since I was in high school.
Tried plenty of different hair products like shampoo and all, it's all the same thing over and over again. My hair was so coarse that I couldn't run my fingers through them when they are wet.
Since ordinary shampoo don't work for me , I might as well go No-Poo. No more shampooing for me. For more than a month, my scalp and hair feel much better now. I don't feel the tightness and itchiness after each wash. Combined with my own formulation of argan oil hair serum, I can finally run my fingers through my hair now!
Only one simple ingredient, rye flour. It is really good. Rye flour is loaded with vitamins , proteins and minerals. One powerful ingredient there, panthothenic acid that increase strength, shine and health of your hair helping to restructure dry and damaged hair, boost shine and improve manageability. Rye flour is naturally perfectly PH balanced so it won't dries out or strips your scalp's natural oil. That's why I don't feel those itchiness anymore.
What I did was to add water to the flour and start rubbing them on the scalp area. Just the scalp area will do as the mixture will eventually starts flowing to the hair as you rinse them. Make sure sure you rinse them really well or you'll get those tiny bits of husks in your hair but no worries. You can always shake them off after your hair dries. Follow with conditioner after washing. My hair didn't turn into commercial worthy mane after using rye flour but it has become more manageable now.
It's economical and good. Most organic shops in Kuala Lumpur sell them. Give it a try and please share your experience with me.