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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Über Soft Hair

Do you suffer from course, frizzy hair? If the answer is yes, read on my friend, read on.

This is actually pretty gross but it works.

Blend 1 egg (or 2 if you have longer/thicker hair) in the blender after it's blended a bit, slowly stream in EVOO (coconut oil would probably work too). Keep blending it until it starts to thicken. Mine wasn't that thick but it worked just the same.

Once it's thoroughly mixed put it all over your hair/scalp. Use a fine toothed comb to brush it through all your hair. (My hair is long and thick, I should have used an extra egg or more oil but didn't, this might not be great if you have naturally greasy hair, I have naturally dry hair so it works).

Once mixture is rubbed into your hair pretty good, twist it up and clip it then cover with a shower cap then wrap your head with a towel and leave it there for 1 hour. This mixture will make your hair feel really gross.

After the hour is up, remove the towel, cap, and clip and wash your hair 2x's with shampoo and conditioner.

Style it like you normally would (I blow dry and straighten). My hair feels really soft. The bottom of my hair didn't get as much mixture as the top so next time, I will section my hair to make sure it's all coated.

I don't know why this scientifically works but it does, even if it is gross.


Erin and Curt said...

Sorry this comment has nothing to do with the above. I saw your post on your dried strawberries on Pinterestfail. Maybe try the salt to draw the water out. Also, I have made dried apple slices where I had the oven (I think) on 200 or something and baked them overnight. Maybe a very low temperature for a longer period might work. Again, sorry this has nothing to do with the above, but I didn't see a way to reply to your other post or a way to email you.


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