1/4 cup coconut oil
1/4 cup red palm oil
1/4 cup shea butter
1/4 cup olive oil
1/4 cup Apple cider vinegar
3.5 oz banana baby food
1/4 cup honey
1/4 cup molasses
water (as needed to thin)
hey NW, did u do this treatment on loose hair or twisted hair? TIA*grin* It's no problem!
It's a lovely side-effect of being hairmad.
Thanx...u changed ur name! lolI did it on loose hair. I suppose you could do it on twists, but I would be paranoid - that's a lot of sweet stuff, ya know? Though, with the babyfood, it's perfectly creamy so.... I dunno. It could totally work.
It's a deep moisturizing treatment - I find it leaves my hair - very smooth and soft. I love it - and it STAYS feeling good for a while, too.
*lol* I did!! I think it's my version of spring fever, since I'm not using any chemicals!Thanx...u changed ur name! lol
*lol* I did!! I think it's my version of spring fever, since I'm not using any chemicals!
How do you change your name? I want to!!!
Oh, I'm sorry the Cantu didn't agree with your hair! But I'm thrilled the Caramel treatment did!!
The only thing I've used after a caramel treatment is just some Whipped pudding for my twists as a 'leave-in' - I've found that my normally super thirsty hair doesn't really NEED anything right afterwards...and as Long as I mist daily, I can coast through a week....