The Simple Solution for Starters:
Adding more moisture into your home can really help a lot. Think about adding a humidifier in your room. For many with dry hair, it is simply a lack of moisture in the environment that dries out their hair. Adding more moisture into the air from a humidifier or vaporizer, even if it is only at night while you sleep, can make a big difference.
A Butter Massage:
If you’re looking to restore your hair to have a bright, glossy look, massage some butter into your dry hair. While at first thought this might sound odd, it is a solution that does work well. Just massage butter into your hair making sure to really work it in all the way down to the roots. Then put on a shower cap and let the butter rest on your hair for 30 minutes. Then you can shampoo your hair and all the butter will rinse out leaving behind healthy, shiny hair.
Using Olive Oil:
If using butter on your hair isn’t your thing, perhaps you can choose an alternative by using olive oil. Heat up some olive oil. Don’t let it get to a boiling point as that would be to hot and could cause burns. Rub the heated olive oil into your hair. Put a shower cap or plastic bag around your hair, then wrap your hair into a towel for 45 minutes or so. Then after that all you need to do is shampoo your hair to remove the olive oil from your hair. Any olive oil left on your hair can clog the root of the hair and is counterproductive to what you want to achieve.
Do a Tea Rinse:
This is done with an organic tea (make sure it doesn’t have any added sugars). Brew the tea and then let it cool down. Then, shampoo your hair with it. Afterwards, shampoo your hair like normal to clean everything out.
Dry your Hair the Proper Way:
When you get out the shower, don’t grab the hair dryer. You want to avoid anything with heat. Just wrap your head in a cotton towel and allow several minutes to absorb moisture. You can just let your hair air dry the rest of the way. Be careful not to go outside in the cold with wet hair if possible.
Many store bought hair products often contain chemicals that over time can damage your hair. If you notice your hair is becoming dry often you should speak to a hair specialist that can show you hair products that would be safer for your hair and scalp.