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    Default Natural things for Hair wash

    Take raw egg and add two spoon of honey and lemon juice to it and then wash your hair with it. You can also use apple cider vinegar instead of lemon juice or also you can use olive oil. Try it out.

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    Hmm sounds good. I can see how lemon juice or apple cider can both act as cleansers for the hair. What a bout olive oil? Does it also keep my scalp clean? Isn't more for hydrating?

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    lemon seems to make your scalp dry when applied directly right?? if someone has a dry scalp what is the alternative?? Instead of using lemon, is it OK to use curds?? Or if you have any suggestion please do reply..

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    I actually use curd once a week to wash my hair and give them the strength and volume.Lemon can also be added to curd if you have problem of dandruff.
    Other natural techniques can be used to add shine to hairs like messaging hairs gently with oil 1-2 hours before taking shampoo.

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