DIY Spray-in Conditioner

We’ve all had those days. Your hair is as dry as a twig. It needs some shine, some oomph. That’s were this DIY comes in. All you need to to is spray some into your hand, and work it through your hair. Or, it can double as a detangler. Tell me how yours works out!

DIY Spray-in Conditioner:

Squeeze 3 Tabalespoons of Conditioner into a large spray bottle. Fill the bottle up with hot water. Shake the bottle, and add a few drops of your favorite essential oil (optional).


A cure for dandruff

Alright, dandruf might be the worst thing that ever happened to my hair. Ladies can I get an AMEN!!!!

Two weeks ago, I was deep in thought. I scratched my head, and, lo and behold, my fingernails had flakes on them. Oh, it’s just some dirt, I told myself. I shook my head, suddenly, it was snowing. Well, you know what they say, you can’t trust New England weather!

I was in serious denial.

Realizing I had to get rid of this (New England can’t deal wih anymore snow), I scoured the interwebs, looking for a cure.

Eventually, I lost hope. I came up with my own DIY, and after only one treatment, my blizzard has became flurries.

I put measurements in to give you guys a rough idea, but it’s really up to you. If you want to, omit one of the oils, or add your favorites.

Diy Dandruff treatment:

Mix 1 Teaspoon tea tree oil, 2 teaspoons Almond oil, 1 tablesppon coconut oil.

Massage into scalp for `3-5 minutes. Use once a week. Thoroughly wash out.

The magic of Coconut oil

If there’s one thing I like better than chocolate, it’s coconut oil. Yes, it’s possible to like something more than chocolate. Anyways, as an Indian, even though I live in America, I knew that this oil was an immense part of my culture. Most Indians swear by it. My mom always made me put coconut oil and almond oil in my hair. Even though I disliked it then, I now realize that it was AMAZING for my hair. Coconut oil can also be used as a cooking oil. It is one of the best cooking oils, because it has no trans fat. There are a TON of other uses for coconut oil. If you want more, comment below!

P.s I use the Indian brand of coconut oil (it’s called “Parachute”), which you can get online, or in Indian grocery stores. Coconut oil is also available in most grocery sand convenience stores.

Questions for YOU:

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