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My DIY Hair Treatment

Happy Sunday!! Seems like the Fall weather is here to stay. I've been loving the last bits of warm weather that we had lately. I recently updated everyone on my hair routine and mentioned that I was working on a hair treatment that I apply to my hair before I wash it. I've been tweaking the recipe and trying different things out and I found something that has been working!!


1/2 Cup of Tresemme Naturals Conditioner
5 Tbsp of Coconut Oil
1 Tbsp of Jamaican Black Castor

Now you can use any conditioner or oils that you want but this recipe has been working for me. You would mix everything together in a bowl, apply to your hair, cover with plastic cap and leave in for 15 minutes and up to an hour. This really has helped soften my hair and make it so much easier to wash. I have tried this along with a banana and it really made my hair super soft. 

So that is it for my DIY hair treatment. What hair treatments do you use? Comment below and let me know. If you gives this a try, let me know your results! See everyone on Tuesday!!

Comments

  1. This sounds easy enough. Is this mainly for coarse hair that is more difficult to manage? Or for all hair types?

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    1. I think it's for all hair types, it really helps if your hair is dry or in need of a little moisture! Thanks for stopping by Tanya!!

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  2. Oh I always use coconut oil on my hair - it makes it so nice and shiny!

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    1. Me too, it's my staple product for my hair and I use it on my skin and in DIY lip scrubs!! Thanks for stopping by!!

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  3. This sounds great! Coconut oil is a staple in my beauty routine...love it. I must try using banana, sounds very interesting.

    Keisha xo

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    1. Thanks Keisha, yes Coconut Oil is like my best friend lol!!

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