Here I want to finally answer the
question that has been asked most often about me-The secret of my
plush mane of red hair which has, over the years, turned into a hall-
mark of sorts. Such are the rewards of staying with nature that I
have hair long enough to sit on and thick enough to be asked if it
was a hair piece!
So let me share here my personal
work out for my hair: In the days of blond to auburn I have
consistently stuck to my Henna hair pack which has Amla and several
nourishing ingredients. I know this would be a hard one to believe
but its true -13 eggs , a cup of full- fat yogurt, 4 caps full of
Shalocks Hair oil, one lemon, and 4 tablespoons of fresh
ground coffee added to Henna, create my hair care and colour regime.
Ideally I like leaving it on for at least 3 hours and sometimes even
over night. I know a lot of you reading this on Beauty Wall would be
asking yourselves, " but what about the orange shade of her hair?,"
The orange tone is initial . If you have observed my hair colour is
deep reddish - brown or Auburn. That's because with repeated
applications the colour deepens into a rich warm shade. Besides,
quite honestly, the truth of the matter is that if you use a chemical
hair dye often enough you will sadly be left with very little hair to
dye! Henna is completely natural - and what's more it's a deeply
nourishing treatment that gives me the sort of hair that is my most
striking aspect- It's my beauty hallmark. Once a week, I use the
Shalocks hair oil. It is heated and applied directly to the scalp.
This is deeply soothing, conditioning and calming for the scalp. My
shampoo is Shamla, which I have used for years now and suits
me perfectly. So here I have finally shared a beauty secret and hope
that I have inspired some of you at least to stay with nature. After
all I am an example.