Methods To Rinse Hair With ACV
The hair needs o have a balanced pH level to keep it shinier and easier to manage. The over buildup of hairstyling products can cause problem in the hair’s pH balance making it frizzy and hard to manage. Using ACV or apple cider vinegar to rinse the hair can help to remove the styling products from your hair.
First get a bottle of apple cider vinegar and a plastic spray bottle along with a secure top from the retail stores. Select a bottle which is able to hold at least a quart of liquid and rinse it completely clean. Add one qt warm water in the bottle and our 1/3 cup apple cider vinegar into the water. Secure top on the bottle to shake it well until the apple cider vinegar as well as water mix completely. Now wash the hair with a shampoo and rinse it as you normally would. Condition the hair and apply the ACV rinse on your head without getting them into your face as well as eyes. Starting from the top of your head mist the ACV rinse into the hair. Try to tilt the head over the side section of your hair and continue this process over the other sections of your hair. Rinse the hair again with cold water which will help seal the hair shaft to make the hair look shinier. The hair may smell like vinegar, but it will slowly disappear when the hair dries.