With the change in your diet and eating habits during Ramadan, your hair is bound to suffer.
For some women their hair feels dryer and brittle, while others experience hair loss.
The good news is, it doesn’t have to be this way if you follow these hair care tips:
Hydrate and nourish your hair with different hair masks that are easy to make at home.
Here are some hair mask recipes that you could try at home:
For long hair: Always choose a hair brush made of natural hair.
For short hair: Always choose a hair brush made of nylon hair.
Eat as much vegetables and fruits as possible during Ramadan.
Milk and yogurt are great for your hair as well, make sure you drink at least one cup of milk or yogurt a day.