5 DIY Hair Rinse to Solve all Your Hair Problems !!!

hair rinser recipes

HAIR RINSE

Hi Peeps,

Yesterday I was just sitting and having a cup of coffee with my cousins and suddenly my brother complemented me on my shiny and silky hair. Suddenly everyone started flooding their hair problems like hair fall, hair shine, lifeless hair, unmanageable hair, dandruff and what not. I told them about having last hair rinse after hair wash and everyone was puzzled. The looked at me like I am some kind of alien or something. That’s when I realized, most of us don’t really know about last hair rinse method. As a result I decided to do a full fledged post on Last Hair Rinse Method that can make your hair problems go away.

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What is Last Hair Rinse?

Last Hair Rinse is nothing but a liquid that you pour on your hair after washing your hair with shampoo and leaving it on for a while and then using the conditioner.

For example : I would shampoo my hair then pour diluted honey on my hair and leave it on for about three to five minutes and then rinse it with water and condition as usual.

Why Last Hair rinse?

Last Hair Rinse works really well on your hair and basically its like the magic wand that can solve all your problems like

  • Dandruff
  • Dull Hair
  • Damaged Hair
  • Frizzy Hair
  • Grey Hair
  • Unmanageable Hair
  • Lifeless Hair
  • Hair Fall
  • Split Ends
  • Volume
  • Hair Thinning.

I am sure most of you might have atleast one of these problems and would be wondering how to solve it. Lets check out few DIY Last Hair Rinse Recipes.

DIY Last Hair Rinse Recipes

1.Hair Rinse for Hair Growth, Covering Grey Hair and Get rid off Frizzy Hair

This one is my personal favorite. I do it from time to time. It actually is one of my secrets of triggering my hair growth.

LAST HAIR RINSE

Ingredients

  • Shikakai Powder – 1 TSP
  • Reetha Powder – 1 TSP
  • Amla Powder – 1 TSP
  • Almond Oil – 1 TSP
  • Water – 2 Cups

Method

Step 1: Boil the water and add all the ingredients to it (except almond oil). Let it boil for 10 to 15 mins.

Step 2: Strain the solution and add almond oil.

Step 3: Now, just pour it on your washed hair and leave it on for 10 minutes.

Step 4: Rinse it with water and condition your hair as usual.

Do this everytime you wash your hair and you will notice the results soon.

2. Hair Rinse for Hair Loss, Hair Conditioning, Dandruff and Hair Growth

This hair rinse works really well to get rid of itchy and flaky scalp. It not only soothes your scalp but also helps in conditioning your hair. If you are experiencing a lot of hair fall lately I would recommend this hair rinse. If you are looking for instant results then this hair rinse will show you improved results from first time itself.

HAIR RINSE

Ingredients

  • Fenugreek seeds – 2 TSP
  • Mint leaves – 8-10
  • Lime Juice – 4-5 drops

Method

Step 1 : Soak Fenugreek seeds overnight in water.

Step 2 : Add Mint leaves and Lime juice and blend everything well.

Step 3 : Strain it and your hair rinser is ready. Just pour it on your washed hair and leave it on for 5 to 10 minutes and rinse it with water. Now conditon your hair as usual.

3. Hair Rinse for Hair Color and adding Volume to your Hair.

This is the hair rinse especially to get rid of those grey hair. This actually slowly covers all those grey hairs naturally plus it adds that extra volume to your hair. I do this every month and it works really well for me. (I wouldn’t recommend this hair rinse for blonde hair.)

Also If you Color your Hair You Need to Read this Right Now.

hair rinse

Ingredients

  • Tea – 3 TSP ( for having brown hair)
  • or Coffee – 3 TSP (for having dark brown hair)
  • or a Single Beetroot – Finely chopped. (for having red or burgundy hair)
  • Water – 2 cups

Method

Step 1 : Boil water and add any of the three ingredients (not all of them together).

Step 2 : Boil for 5 mins and strain and use the liquid on your washed hair by leaving it on for 10 to 20 minutes.

Step 3 : Wash it off with Water and condition your hair as usual.

4. Hair Rinse for Removing Product’s build up from your hair, Repairing damaged hair, Having soft hair and getting rid off dandruff.

This is the hair rinse method that actually works as a really good cleanser. If you feel that nothing is actually working well for your hair then maybe you have too much product build up on your hair and scalp. its time for detox folks. Try this hair rinse to remove the build up and repair your damaged hair and make them super silky and soft. Just a heads up this hair rinse smells little bad.

If you have a lot of products build up, try this Clarifying Egg Shampoo By Halo.

hair rinse

Ingredients

  • Apple Cider Vinegar – 1 TSP
  • Lime Juice – 4-5 Drops
  • Baking Soda – 1 TSP
  • Water – 2 cups

Method

Step 1 : Dilute Apple cider vinegar in water.

Step 2 : Add lime juice and baking soda to it and your hair rinser is ready to use. Leave it on your washed hair for 5 minutes and then rinse with water.

5. Hair Rinse for Hair Conditioning, Hair Fall, Damaged Hair, Unmanageable Hair, Frizzy Hair and Split ends.

I gotta admit I saved the best one for the last. This Is my personal favorite and I usually do this atleast twice a month and it has improved my hair’s texture to such an extent that I cant even explain. My hair were really frizzy and full of split ends. Try this I am sure you will love the results. I also try Banana and Honey Mask that transforms my hair within just 2 hours.

hair rinse

Ingredients

  • Rice – 3 TSP
  • Water – 1 cup

Method

Step 1 : Boil rice in water until its cooked.

Step 2 : Now strain the water and use this water as your last rinse.

Step 3 : Leave it on your washed hair for 10 minutes and rinse it with water and condition as usual.

Notes

  • All these hair rinses work extremely well but may take sometime to show you the results.
  • These hair rinsers should be used on your hair by just pouring them on your hair and scalp.
  • You need to use these after washing your hair with shampoo.
  • Always rinse your hair well with water after using these hair rinses.

Hope you guys liked this article. If you like it, do consider sharing it with your friends and also share your views on this as you all know your comments makes me smile from ear to ear.

Nimisha Popat

Nimisha is a hair and lifestyle blogger who loves experimenting new DIYs & trying new products and loves sharing honest reviews about the same. She also enjoys cooking, painting and is a die hard tv series junkie. Follow her in her journey to beautiful hair and radiant skin.

16 Comments

  1. Hair is something nearly every person you meet would see. It is also one of the body parts that are most exposed to the environment. The use of shampoos and conditioners, which could contain paraben, also comes with other ingredients that may be unhealthy.

    Great list here and instructions on doing your own health care treatments.

  2. This post is amazing, home remedies for hair are always raved about and I will be doing a last rinse every time I do my hair! I recently bleach it and it’s obviously gone very dry and I have awful ends and dryness so thank you for sharing this!

  3. Thank you for your post, I didn’t know about these tricks before. I might give it a try to the beetroot and water rinse, since my hair is dyed red. I sometimes use olive oil before washing my hair. I put it on my roots and leave it there for a few hours, than wash my hair as normal, with professional shampoo and conditioner (my hair is very delicate).

  4. Love these hair care ideas! Amazing how simple items from the kitchen like honey, rice, ACV, tea, coffee and water do magic to your hair. Yes, I need to try the rinse with coffee and alternate it with the rice rinse. I’ll take your word for it and will let you know how it goes. Thanks a lot.

  5. Being someone with very long hair who has used much color over the years, I am always looking for something to give it more life or strength. Trying to find something to make it more healthy overall and not feel like I have to always have it in a pony tail or bun. I can’t wait to try some of these ideas. Great how to post! Thanks for the share!

  6. Great post! I put a lot effort in taking care of my hair as i dye it but i want it to be hydrated, beautiful and full of volume. That’s sometimes a struggle so i was very excited to find out your post, i can’t want to try these hair rinses!

  7. Thank you for the organic methods you have shared. I’ve always had problem with the fizz and split ends in my hair. I spend hundreds of dollars on expensive salon treatment and would try the rice method soon. I heard about coconut oil doing wonders too!

  8. This is the first time I heard about hair rinse. I will try your formula for hair fall. Thanks for the tip.

  9. As predicted by you yes all of us have one or the other hair ailment. And I am going for the fenugreek one. Thank you

  10. I’ve shared these tips with a friend – I think she will put them in good use. I’m trying to go more natural. I’m really allergic to parabens, which almost every single shampoo have. It’s a stuggle.

  11. I love this blog! I’ve always been too lazy to take care of my hair and up until recently, a good hair day for me is remembering to run a brush through it. The neglect is taking its toll though and I decided to make a more conscious effort to really pay attention to my hair. I’ve been investing on treatments, expensive shampoos I even finally bought a decent brush- yey! Practically speaking though, I really can’t keep buying all these luxuries, so DIY is always good. Bookmarking this blog for future reference. 🙂 I just have a question though, can you source some of these products online? I live in the Philippines and I don’t think a lot of the ingredients are available here. :/

  12. Our hair is our crowning glory. I loved all the recipes. I’ll give rice water a try, and hopefully be able to do something good about my hair again. 🙂

  13. Hi. The idea of DIY hair is amazing and I am new to that. I tried the fenugreek rinse n I loved the way my hair looked after that. Thanks a lot. Do you also know DIY leave-in conditioners

    • Thank you so much @Janani !!! I am so glad it helped. Yes, I have 5 leave-in conditioners that I make for my hair. Will share the post soon.;)

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