I did research the effects of ACV rinse, the reason I'm asking this is because I want to know reviews from those of you who have tried it before. Was it helpful or did it strip off your natural hair oils? I'm aware that things work differently for everyone, and before I try it, and want to know the ratio on whether it's a hit or a miss. My hair is already very dry and I don't want to make it worse by experimenting and knowing little to no feedback about apple cider vinegar hair rinse.
- I've tried it and it did wonders for my hairVote A
- I've tried it and it made my hair dryVote B
- I've never poured apple cider vinegar on my hair before... Who does that?Vote C
Most Helpful Guy
Acidic solutions applied after, like apple cider vinegar, may reseal the cuticle. This flattening may not only help hair color last longer, but also flatten the cuticle, making your hair easier to comb and a bit shinier. Still, overdoing it with apple cider vinegar can cause more damage than it is worth. My opinion is consult a hair stylist and see what they have to say about it, i know Apple Cider Vinegar can take oil off the skin and it helps with break outs on the skin.
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Most Helpful Girl
I have a week-long routine for my hair lol I definitely tried it more than once since it makes my hair shinier and smoother. but I would recommend using oils before. like where your hair's dry0THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE