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5 DIY Herbal Hair Rinses for Beautiful Glowing Hair

by Andreea Laza

Looking for natural herbal hair rinses for beautiful glowing hair? The plants and flowers that we will present here are amazing herbal hair rinses for healthy, beautiful, and glowing hair. Learn how to use them.

The herbal hair rinses here have been used by beautiful Romanian women since ancient times. It’s still the local tradition to use nettle, burdock root, and other decoctions to rinse the hair and to add natural shine and glow to it. Here are 5 simple and effective herbal hair rinses for beautiful glowing hair using simple herbs and other magical ingredients. But before we get to the DIY herbal hair rinses, here are some first-aid herbs for naturally beautiful hair that you can use in hair rinses.

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Botanical & Herbal Hair Rinses for Your Hair

Herbal Hair Rinses for Oily Hair

  • lavender
  • mint
  • marigold
  • rosemary
  • yarrow
  • lemon balm
  • lemons

Herbal Hair Rinses for Dry and Brittle Hair

Herbal Hair Rinses for Volume & Shine

  • nettle
  • common daisy
  • orange garden nasturtium
  • parsley
  • rosemary
  • lemon blossoms

Now let’s get to the DIY herbal hair rinses that women from the Danube Valley have been using for ages to grow luscious, shiny and strong hair.

5 DIY Herbal Hair Rinses for Beautiful Glowing Hair

1. Orange Garden Nasturtium Hair Rinse

Garden nasturtium is a wonderful cure for all hair problems and one of the best herbal hair rinses to strengthen hair roots. These lovely flowers contain a lot of sulfur, which strengthens hair roots and prevents the hair from falling. Here is how to make this natural hair rinse at home. Take a good handful of fresh flowers and leaves and boil them 1/2 liter of water for 15 minutes. Strain the decoction, let it cool and massage your scalp with it. The rest of the decoction can be used as the last hair rinse, after washing your hair.

You can make this hair rinse even more concentrated by following the recipe below. Keep it in the refrigerator. It lasts for a month.

Add 100 g of finely chopped orange garden nasturtium petals in 250 ml of vodka. Seal the bottle with a stopper and leave it to macerate for two weeks. Filter the extract and store it in an amber bottle. If you dislike the smell, you can add a few drops of geranium essential oil. Use this extract regularly for scalp and hair rubs. If you can’t don’t have fresh garden nasturtium flowers at hand, you can replace them with common daisies, they contain the same amount of sulfur.

Did you know? Garden nasturtium are also amazing edible flowers, so it may be a good idea to plant some lovely nasturtiums in a pot.

5 DIY Herbal Hair Rinses for Beautiful Glowing Hair - Garden nasturtium
Garden nasturtium flowers

2. Aromatic Herbs Vinegar Hair Rinse

If you have dull, tired, or shineless hair, this means that the acidity of the scalp has been disturbed by the excess of alkaline substances from conventional shampoos. There are two natural ways to fix this with herbal hair rinses. First, wash your hair with 2-3 raw egg yolks, combined with a pinch of fine salt and a teaspoon of rum (do this for a while). Second, add in the last hair rinse water apple cider vinegar, combined with herbal infusions.

Here is how to make this simple herbal hair rinse at home.

Put a handful of fresh herbs – sage, chamomile, rosemary – in 500 ml of boiling water. Leave to boil low heat for 10 minutes, strain and mix with the same amount of apple cider vinegar. Leave to cool off, then pour the vinegar hair rinse in bottles. It lasts for several weeks. For the hair rinse, add a tablespoon of this aromatic vinegar to your rinsing water.

5 DIY Herbal Hair Rinses for Beautiful Glowing Hair - CHamomile Sage Rosemary

3. Nettle Hair Rinse for Beautiful Glowing Hair

Nettles contain vitamins and mineral salts that activate the scalp. Make a concentrated decoction with 2-3 hands of freshly-picked young nettles. Let the decoction cool off, strain it, and then massage your scalp with it daily. After 2-3 weeks, you will be amazed by the natural shine of your hair. It helps if you drink nettle tea daily during this time. Nettle is one of the best herbal hair rinses for all hair types, especially for dry and brittle hair, for dandruff and natural volume and shine.

Did you know? Nettle hair rinse is also one of the best home remedies for dandruff.

4. Burdock Root Hair Rinse for Beautiful Glowing Hair

Burdock root is very rich in mineral salts providing great nourishment for your hair without costing you a penny. Yes, this wild plant grows on all sides of the road, and you can harvest it yourself from unpolluted areas. For this herbal hair rinse, boil a handful of well-washed burdock roots in a liter of water for 20 minutes. Let the decoction chill and then massage it into the scalp. Then wash with a mild natural shampoo and use the remaining tea for the final rinse. Let the hair dry naturally on its own. This is one of the best herbal hair rinses with a powerful detox action.

30+ Burdock Root Uses, Benefits, and Home Remedies - Burdock Root Tea

5. Onion Scalp Rub for Hair Shine

This is a simple recipe used with great results for hundreds of years. Onions contain a lot of sulfur, the most important element that hair needs to be healthy. Simply rub your scalp before shampooing with half a raw onion and let the juice work for half an hour. Then wash your hands and hair well. It doesn’t smell too good, but this simple hair rinse helps the hair regain its vigor and natural shine. Such a simple and amazing remedy.

Hair Rinses for Beautiful Glowing Hair - Natural Shampoo

We really hope that the herbal hair rinses you’ve found here will truly help your hair regain its natural beauty, strength, and shine. If you’ve enjoyed this article, please support us by sharing it on Facebook, Pinterest, and anywhere else you see fit. Thank you! Stay beautiful, naturally! 💜

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