Kitchen Finds that Are Good for Your Hair

Who would've thought your fridge was stocked full of goodies for gorgeous hair? Check out which food benefits your locks.

Lemon juice combined with tea is an easy fix for oily hair. "The lemon works as a great astringent but doesn't ruin the pH balance of the hair and scalp," explains TRESemmé celebrity stylist Jeanie Syfu. Do half lemon juice, half black tea and rinse through clean hair.

Olive Oil
"If you have untamable curly locks, try mixing a dime-sized amount of olive oil in with your regular styling cream. You'll get smooth texture and unbeatable shine," said DuWop's National Training Manager, Jason Garner.

This guac-like concoction works wonders on your hair, too. Celebrity hairstylist Sally Hershberger's recipe calls for mashing up one to two avocados (depending on how much hair you've got), working through your hair, and letting sit for 10 minutes before rinsing.

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Cranberry Juice
Take a bottle of cranberry juice into the shower with you next time, says Hershberger. A quick rinse will boost hair's shine-especially if you're a redhead!

Club Soda
Hershberger suggests fighting frizz with seltzer. Rinse clean hair with unflavored club soda to smooth strands.

Beer here! Lager lather is good for your hair, according to Jovani Van Orden, hairstylist at the Golden Door Spa at Waldorf-Astoria Park City. "The proteins from the malt and hops coat the hair and build it up, repairing damage. Plus, it leaves your hair with wonderful body!" Boil 3/4 cup of beer until it reduces to 1/4 cup, let cool, and add to 1 cup of regular shampoo.

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Tired of trying to fight oily strands? Prevent them with this easy mint-infused shampoo, courtesy of InStyler celebrity hairstylist Dean Banowetz. Add a few bunches of mint to water, boil, strain, and add the minty water to your regular shampoo (use a 2-to-1 ratio, with more shampoo than water). Cleanse and condition hair as usual, using the mint concoction weekly.

Frizzy locks will benefit from a staple cookout condiment-mayo! Banowetz said to combine two teaspoons of natural eucalyptus tree oil with 1/4 cup of mayo and use in the shower post-shampoo, letting it saturate your locks for ten minutes.

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