I'm doing a 6 week henna regimen inspired by hennasooq. I'm on a no buy so I'm going to make it work with what herbs I have in my cabinet.
Week 1 amla mask
Week 2 overnight ayurvedic oil
Week 3 cassia mask
Week 4 henna gloss
Week 5 overnight ayurvedic oil
Week 6 amla mask
Did my amla mask last night and my hair felt so full and thick. Looking to add more strength to my hair.
Binged Curlyproverbz latest videos and they have me ready to get back on my ayurveda/DIY game. I think I'll stick with the CR honey leave in and store bought shampoo/conditioner bars though. Need to catch up on @NowIAmNappy 's videos now.
I did a henna gloss last week. Then, dc with heat
This week, washed with bentonite clay and acv.. then dc with heat
Hair feels lovely. Right now, I on my first oil I made a long time ago. I said it smelled like fried chicken. It doesn't anymore! I left little bits of lavender in it. It's nice. I put shea butter on top of that
I mixed my fenugreek powder with aloe vera juice and aubrey organic moisturizing rose deep conditioner. I let it sit over night and this morning I did a hot oil pre-poo with mostly safflower oil and some shea moisture manuka honey and yogurt conditioner. I let that sit for several hours and then I shampooed with nioxin system 3(I'm trying to use this up) and now I have the fenugreek mixture on my head while wearing a deep conditioning cap.
I have been using a onion oil mix & rice milk combination applied to my edges every other day and I have a lot of new hair spouting up in those areas the marine collagen/silica combo is working as well,but things really took off for my edges with the onion/rice milk combo.
Harney & Sons is having a sale so I bought three tins of tea (Strawberry Kiwi, Indigo Punch, & Blueberry Green). The first two I'll be using for oil infusions and the third I'm thinking I might use for my tea/castile soap combo. Not sure on the latter yet.The Indigo Punch makes a gorgeous purple tea so I'm hoping it'll impart color in my infusion which I also want to use for a shea blend. I have the Birthday blend marinating in some ACV and it's a deep pretty red.
Strained my acv tonight and made a rinse. The H&S tea blend is so fragrant that the acv smell was super faint. I could only smell the citrus, vanilla, and blueberry from the tea. The red color was also gorgeous. I'll definitely keep doing my rinses this way. My hair was very soft and smelled nice.
This is the only shedding I had for a weeks use of Chebe butter on my length,rice milk sprayed on my scalp & little onion mix..This is not 100 hairs or even 25..Very pleased with these results,will try to do this routine at least once or twice a month.