Beer Is Good For My Hair? DIY

Beer Is Good,but is it good for my hair?

Today we are talking about beer because I read that it is good for hair. So,I’ve been planning this for a long time. And finally, I turned to my husband and said: “love bring me two beers”…wink, wink 🙂

Beer Is Good

I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The great point is to bring them the real facts, and beer.”
― Abraham Lincoln

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I’ve read a lot of articles on how to apply this on a hair. And this is briefly what I found.

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Beer Is Good For My Hair?

Beer is made from these four essential ingredients: Water, Barley, Hops, Yeast.

Barley-it contains good amounts of copper, vitamin B1, chromium, phosphorus, magnesium.
Hops-have notable levels of vitamin B6, vitamin C
Yeast-it is a source of vitamin B.

Process:

  1. Firstly,take the beer and pour it out into a bowl. Secondly,Let it sit for some time or overnight. Secondly, when the beer has been de-carbonated or “flat” (It’s important that the carbon dioxide is gone from the beer when using it to treat hair, as carbon dioxide combined with water can create hard water or water with a high mineral content) keep it in the bathroom to use it while you wash your hair.
  2. Use your shampoo but skip the conditioner. This will be your conditioner.Further, pour it onto your hair and massage it for about one minute. Leave it on for about 5 minutes.
  3. After that,rinse.

However, I was a bit worried about this part “without conditioner”. Will my hair stink?
How am I going to comb my hair?
OK OK let’s do it.

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Impressions

And I did it… I left a beer in the bowl overnight and tomorrow washed my hair with it. So, I can only say I’m not impressed with this experiment. I’m not impressed at all. When my hair was dry I can still smell it. And what bothers me the most (and that’s why I’m not going to do this anymore)  as a result, my hair is soooo dry after this, not soft either. I was scared for a reason. In conclusion, really don’t like this.

What do you think?

Have you already tried this?

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