This just in: There is a use for warm beer

       
May 16th, 2011 | Contributed by:

This just in: There is a use for warm beerNext time you go to dump that can of beer you've deemed too warm for drinking, consider saving it for a hangover beauty fix. According to celebrity hairstylist Ted Gibson, beer is an excellent ingredient to use in a home-made hair conditioning treatment.

Gibson's easy-peasy home-made recipe consists of mayonnaise, avocado and beer, BellaSugar.com reports. All you need to do is apply it to wet hair, leave it on for half an hour and then rinse it out (but don't shampoo).

Still others will flinch at the thought of lathering their tresses with condiments, and that's okay. There are plenty of top-shelf hair treatments on the market specially designed to target certain problem areas and restore your hair to its natural, shiny, full-bodied bounce. It's generally best to use a hair masque or treatment about once a week – for the other six days, make sure you're using a quality hydrating conditioner to help you maintain that luster from day to day.

       

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