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If we’re not careful, we can end up emptying our wallets on hair products alone! But whether you’re on a budget or just wanna try your hand at some DIY hair care, these 8 “products” in your very own kitchen can help you maintain healthy hair without breaking the bank!
By far, the most common question I am asked — both in-person and online — is, “What products do you use in your hair?” And I’m never quite sure what to say in just a few sentences. What may work in one person’s hair may not work in another’s. I thought this would be the perfect time to provide some advice on finding the right products for your natural hair.
I wanted to know if I could use coconut water in my natural hair. I saw a Coconut Water Face Toner, which caused me to do a little digging.
Coconut Water has recently become the holy grail of beverages for many reasons. Its has a wealth of benefits. You can reap some of those same benefits for your hair and scalp with this simple recipe.
I absolutely love making my own hair care products at home because it allows the freedom to use exactly what you want to your hair. There are tons of different hair mists, styling refreshers and hair moisturizing sprays on the shelves that contain ingredients that your natural hair may not necessarily like or need. A DIY hair mist can contain all the ingredients you want on your hair and none that you don’t and be a custom concoction that’s just perfect for your hair.
I’ll share 5 of my favorite DIY moisturizing sprays that you can try for yourself.
Creating your own natural hair care recipes at home doesn’t have to be tedious or time consuming. By using practical ingredients that are usually found in most homes, you can create a phenomenal at-home deep conditioner in 5 minutes or less. Here are 5 easy yet powerful DIY deep conditioner recipes that you can make in the convenience of your own home
I recently started making a Coconut-Olive Oil Mix for my hair and scalp as an alternative to solid coconut oil but still reaping all the benefits of the super oil.
For those who are allergic to nut butters and oils or who just want any alternative to shea butter. Here are some products or ingredient substitutions.