Hair teas are an easy and final step to revive and scent the hair. Use after you wash and condition or as a mist during the week. If using as a mist, keep refrigerated and use within a week. Learn how to make an hair tea with Ben.ar.dett, creator of the Sénica skincare line. The herbs in the bouquet are lemongrass, rose, lavender, rosemary and basil.
1-2 cups of hot waterInstructions
Place your herbs in the bowl. Add water and let it infuse for 20 minutes. Strain herbs and use as desired.
3 ways to use your tea infusion
1. As a final rinse on freshly washed hair. This will seal your hair cuticles and promote a healthy sheen.
2. As a fragrant hair mist… this is wonderful especially in the summer months when the sun can be extra drying on the hair.
3. As a facial steam/inhalation… a great way to cleanse the skin and relieve congested sinuses. Scatter you herbs into the water (make sure it’s not piping hot), sit and lean over the steam with a towel over your head, and inhale for 10-15 minutes. Your skin and skin and sinuses will feel much better. I promise!
Your infusion should be kept in the fridge and will last a few days. I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. If you have tips to share about making an herbal hair tea, or want to let me know how yours turned out, tell me in the comments on the blog.
*** My energy is a little low in this one. I only had 2 hours of sleep the night before so I think it caught up with me.
Recorded from the WWL-TV studios after our Morning Show segment with Sally-Ann.
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