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3 Best Home Remedies To Get Straight Hair Without Using Heat

If your hair is curly and you want it straight, it might be a nightmare to try to change it. You have to use a lot of utensils and more chemical treatments to straighten your hair. Well, we have extremely good news! You can say good bye to all these, because we share today three magical ways to get naturally manageable and straight hair.

1. Coconut milk and lemon juice mixture

Coconut milk adds softness to your hair. If you use it regularly you will notice your hair will straighten gradually.


Squeeze one medium-sized lemon in one glass of coconut milk. Mix them well and then put the mixture in the refrigerator for 2-3 hours or more. You will notice it becomes a little thick. Apply the creamy mixture paste to your hair and cover your hair with a towel soaked in hot water, for 20-25 minutes. Then, wash your hair using your regular shampoo and apply conditioner. Repeat this procedure for at least 4-5 weeks for best results.

2. Milk and honey for your hair

This combination is great for your hair and also for your skin.


Combine one spoon of honey with one cup of milk. Add some crushed strawberries to the mixture and apply this paste on your hair. Let it stay for 2-3 hours. Rinse it off using shampoo and conditioner. To get healthy hair and a sleek look repeat the treatment for 2-3 weeks.

3. Hot oil treatments

Massaging your hair with hot oil treatment increases the blood circulation and helps in diminishing curls. You can use a mixture of many oils, like coconut oil, neem oil, castor oil, jojoba oil etc.


You should massage your hair with hot oil treatment for 15-20 minutes once a week. After applying the mixture cover your hair with a towel soaked in hot water to help the oil to seep into the roots of your hair, thus strengthening them. Let the mixture stay on your hair for one hour. Then, wash your hair with shampoo and conditioner.

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