You’ll be happy to know that that instructions on how to make your own hair steamer are really easy to do in your own home! You can have the all the benefits of steaming your hair with a low cost and not a lot of trouble at all. You surely have everything you need already.
No matter what shape your hair is in, it can surely benefit from a hair steamer. Whether it is type 1, 2, 3 or 4, steaming your hair can offer great benefits. Steaming your hair involves creating a humid environment for it so it can absorb an optimal amount of moisture. You don’t have to constantly wet your hair, which can result in hydral fatigue and breakage, to moisturize it.
When you steam your hair, you also make it stronger and more elastic, helping to prevent it from drying out and breaking off. You could buy a steamer at a beauty supply store, but if you’re a DIY type or if you would like to save your pennies, you can make a simple steamer at home.
When your hair is dry and clean, and you have put a small amount of your favorite oil or cream it it, soak an old towel with water. Wring it out well and microwave it for a couple of minutes. Put a plastic cap on your hair, then wrap the warm (not hot!) towel around your head and cover it with another plastic cap for at least thirty minutes. If you want a longer treatment, wet and warm up the towel again and repeat. You could also sit under a hooded dryer for half an hour, set to low or warm. Don’t set the dryer too high; you only want a humid and warm environment, not a hot one. Too much heat can potentially damage your hair.
There you have it, your very own instructions on how to make your own hair steamer at home. It’s simple, don’t cost anything and your tresses will thank you for the love and attention with growth, strength and looking fabulous.