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I've curly hair and as expected it' darn rough and dry. Therefore, I'm always on a look out for new hair masks (because products are too expensive and I really don't feel like pending my money on them). Till now, I've used various avocado hair masks http://thelifesquare.com/avocado-hair-mask-8572317... and they work wonders for my hair, making them easy to manage and smooth. I also use some other masks as well http://thelifesquare.com/diy-hair-mask-8572364/ and they're good too. And yes I'll definitely try yours and then will come here gain to give my take on it.
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Thanks so much! My hair is to the bottom of my spine (down to my backside) so the soda bottle is a great idea. And it's a really easy mixture to double or tripple.Once again thanks Sooooooo much! This will save me so much money and by the sounds time!THANKS!! ?
I have oily hair do you know how well this will work on my hair like around & close to my scalp? Do you have a suggestion of a container to control when you pour the liquid through your hair? I have really long and thick hair so was thinking like a mini watering can lol. would help with separating hair in sections (my hair is down to my tailbone).Thanks for sharing :)
How long did you leave it on your hair for? What consistency did it have? I have really long hair so am thinking I will have to use double the mixture.Thanks for sharing! I've been looking for something that wouldn't cost a bunch of money and sit in my cupboard taking up space. :)
What consistency did the mix have? I think i will have to double the mix.Thanks for sharing!
This tutorial is primarily for people who want to try a more natural approach, without using harsh chemicals on their hair. It isn't by any means a miracle mask. I just wanted to share something that worked when I did it, I can't guarantee that someone with a different hair type than me would have the same results, that's silly. But there's no harm in trying it! :)
I make skin and hair care products and I can give you some tips. First of all, essential oils are very potent but there is no such thing as therapeutic grade. That is a marketing term used by some MLM companies so that they can charge you an outragious price, don't fall for it. Second, citrus oils on the face and hair can make you photosensitive (stay out of the sun or it can lighten your hair or even give you a sun burn), and can even strip the oils from your hair and skin - so, doing the opposite effect you're trying to achieve. Use other oils that are more hair friendly - like rosemary, lavender and maybe a couple of drops of tea tree too! Argan oil and jojoba works beautifully too, or even olive oil if you dont have them. Every hair type is different and there is no one solution for all - experiment with your choices but always research first! :)
In step #2 it says to towel dry then apply the hair mask
This is awesome! Thanks so much! Where do you get the 2lb block of shea butter?
Awesome, just awesome!
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