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Before I begin: this is my first instructable so if you see anything I could improve don't hesitate on commenting, also english is my second language,...
For this you'll need -1 cup of water (~236ml) -2 tbsp of linseed (also called flaxseed) -A small pot (mine's not so small but it was what I had) -Spoo...
Add the water to the pot and place it on the stove. Wait until it's hot and add the 2 tbsp of linseed.
Let it boil a little while ~2min, it should have light gooey texture (see attached video).
Strain it while it's hot. Tip: if it is too thick to strain you can add a little bit of water to help it, be careful not to add too much.
Let it cool down, it now should be a little thicker. Pour it in the container you'll use to store it, I used an old hair something container that was ...
Apply it on your hair and wait until it dries It last for hours while undisturbed, and after being disturbed leaves the hair in a nice shape.
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