Homemade Hair Products!

Hi everyone,

So as a little girl my mom would always use tomato juice or lemon juice to style my hair. She would substitute these two for Mousse! I know it sounds weird but it really works! It not only gives you that hold you look for from mousse or gel, but it also gives you a beautiful healthy shine. I always asked her why she would do this to me as a little girl and not just use mousse or gel and she would say, “It’s safer, healthier, & will not damage your hair.” You get all the nutrients & vitamins from both the tomato and the lemon and this is especially a better alternative for all of the people that use mousse or gel on a daily basis. Think about all the damage you are doing to your hair by using mousse or gel. They both have harmful ingredients that dry out your hair and damage it.

So forget the mousse & gel you’re using and try both of these on your hair!

Here is how you can use them:

tomato juice for hair Tomato– Cut a tomato in half, squeeze it out onto a small bowl, remove all the seeds, add 1 tablespoon of water. Mix together and apply with your hand or brush onto the hair.

Tomatoes are full of both vitamin A & C.

You don’t have to put the entire tomato if you are just wanting to hold a certain section. The remainder you can store in the refrigerator up to 3-4 days. And it doesn’t make your hair smell if you are concerned about that. It truly doesn’t smell like anything.


lemon for hair careLemon– Cut a lemon in half, squeeze it out onto a small bowl as well, add 3 teaspoons of water. Mix together and apply with brush or hands.

The lemon juice will give your hair a healthy shine. You can also store the remainder of the juice in the refrigerator up to 2-3 days.

Lemons are packed with vitamin C and will leave the hair smelling clean.

Both of these work wonderful! Hope you all can give them a try & tell me how you like them?




Love, Veronica<3


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