My choice of leave on conditioner. I use this product when ai install a protective style. It really keeps the hair moisturized. This product works well all textures of hair, but it is especially great for 4c hair texture. It aides in defining your curl pattern and keeps tour ends protected from breakage. I normally apply a generous amount and oil the scalp with olive and avocado oil after the hair is braid up, but before the protective style is installed.
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Have really bad breakage/ split ends try this.
1 aloe vera leaf
Vinegar- white or apple cider. I prefer white due its less abrasive smell
Take your aloe leaf pound it. As if you are tenderizing your meat. Set a side.
Boil a large pot of water.
Once boiled put whole aloe vera leaf in pot bring to a boil again.
Once boiling remove pot from stove set aside until room temp.
Take gel like substance and and rub all throughout hair from root to tip poor vinegar all in your hair.
Sit under the dryer or in the sun for 30 mins to an hour rinse in cold water
Style as desired.
The best DIY deep conditioner that promotes growth and defines your curl pattern. Ingredients:
1 lrg banana perferably really ripe
1 lrg avacado semi ripe
2 tablespoons of RAW honey
16 oz. Distilled or alkaline water (ph 8.0-9.0)
3 teaspoon Black castor oil
3 teaspoons Joboba oil
1 reaspoon Vitamin E oil
3 tablespoons Raw shea butter
2 Medium size mixing bowl
Mash banana with fork in a bowl
Add a little water to aid in the process
Continue to mash banana until it reaches a liquefied consistency
Strain banana mixture until there is only liquid left. There should be NO particles left in the mixture( the banana particles are extremely difficult to remove from your hair.)
No mash avocado. Add a little of the water once completely liquefied add to banana mixture.
Add in all of the oils, shea butter, and honey.
Mix all products together
Apply to your from root to tip. I like to saturate my trouble areas( the middle of my head). I let the conditioner sit for 5-10 minutes under a dryer or in the sun. I found if i let it sit any longer the banana clumps. Rinse with cold water. This seals in the moisture. Repeat once a month.
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