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How to Laminate Your Hair at Home

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How to Laminate Your Hair at Home

Here is what you need to know about How to Laminate Your Hair at Home. Masks you should try! Mask is usually applied on wet hair and you can keep it as long as you can, but not less than 40 minutes. Masks are cooked in a water bath. You need to be careful not to boil gelatin. After applying the mask, you should warm your head with a towel. Wash it off with warm water and shampoo.

Guide On How to Laminate Your Hair at Home:

Mineral water and gelatin mask

Take 1 tbsp of edible gelatin, dilute in 3 tbsp of mineral non-carbonated water. Stir until a homogeneous slurry, and then melt in a water bath. Leave for 3o min and apply on hair. The proportions of 1:3, depending on the length of the hair, the longer the hair, the more gelatin, and other ingredients you need. Gelatin already contains vitamin E, so you can add a few drops of vitamin A, lavender oil, and lemon juice.

Milk mask

In the proportion 1:3 mix gelatin and warmed milk, melt in a water bath, and apply to hair.

Fruit mask

If you have blond hair – diluted lemon juice; If you have dark hair – carrot juice; apple juice is suitable for all hair types.

Same idea: 1 tbsp of gelatin, 3 tbsp of juice, stir, melt in a water bath, apply on hair.

Almond mask

Mix in the ratio of 1:3 gelatin and water and, depending on your hair type, add 1.5 teaspoons almond oil for dry hair, 0.5 for fat, and 1 tsp for normal.

Melt in a water bath and apply on hair, keep it for no more than 25-30 minutes.

Burdock and castor masks

Similar to the almond mask, just replace almond oil with castor or burdock oil. My favorite way of hair lamination at home.

Moisturizing mask

1 tbsp of gelatin, 1tbsp of honey, and then if you have blond hair – chamomile broth, for the brunettes – nettle broth. Brew herb, mix the cooled broth with gelatin and add honey. The mask is applied over the entire length of hair; rubs into the roots.

Gelatin mask for all hair types

Gelatin and water are mixed in the proportion of 1:3, add 1 egg yolk, and melt in a water bath. Apply on hair.

Use these masks for hair lamination at home. It is that easy!

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