“Hair Water” the Ancient Japanese Beauty Trend can be the trend of 2017
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For centuries, Japanese women have washed their hair with rice water—yes, as in the starchy stuff drained from the pots in their kitchen—to stimulate growth, make strands stronger, and improve scalp health. The revival of this D.I.Y. treatment has been hailed the “hair water” trend.
Always looking for new ways to tend to my poor damaged strands, yet a dud in the kitchen thanks to a little thing called Seamless, I, of course, needed a shortcut for this ancient technique.
Here’s how it works: After shampooing, massage the hair water into the scalp, then down through the ends. Once your hair is fully saturated, leave it on for 5-10 minutes, then rinse it out. And that’s it! See? If you play your cards right, lazy tendencies don’t have to be the downfall of good hair. There’s plenty of humidity for that.