Grey hair a.k.a wisdom highlights are not always welcomed with pride. Spotting the first grey hair is a nightmare for most women in their 20s. While it looks amazing on some people (case in point: George Clooney), for many it’s hard to embrace the grey. Premature greying of hair can be caused due to stress, genetic trait, excess body heat or nutrient deficiency and is getting pretty common.
If salt and pepper look is not what you’re looking forward to, try these home remedies to deal with and slow down premature greying...
Amla to the rescue
Amla is known to be extremely useful to reverse grey hair to back to black. Packed antioxidant and vitamins, it nourishes hair and upholds its natural colour. Use it as a powder, paste or oil, and apply on grey hair regularly.
A relaxing hair massage
A deep massage with coconut oil can help you get your black hair back. Mix it with lemon juice, onion juice or sheekakai and reetha powder and pamper your hair with the goodness of the power-packed oil.
Curry leaves to cleanse
Curry leaves contains Vitamin B which retains the natural pigment of hair follicles and stops further greying of hair. Cleanse your hair with a pack made of curry leaves and buttermilk or make a paste and apply as a hair mask and rinse
Black tea for black mane
A strong and natural colouring agent, black tea can turn your grey hair black and give you shiny, healthy mane in just one use. Brew some leaves of black tea cool it off. Pour through your hair and let it rest for 30 minutes. Rinse with warm water.
Henna Hai na!
Henna is an herbal and safe substitute of chemical dyes that may harm your hair. Henna paste covers your grey hair whilst providing deep conditioning. That’s why it’s a super product for grey hair. Pro tip: Mix it with coffee for brown and hibiscus petals for burgundy coloured hair.