When I was younger, I never quite understood the importance of hair-care. I never conditioned, only shampooed, and I only got my hair cut about twice a year. Fortunately I was blessed with pretty decent hair so it wasn’t a problem until about three years ago. Now that I’ve been through the not so fun experience of split ends and breakage, I’ve found a nice, easy recipe that makes my hair super silky and easy to work with. And you know whats great about keeping up with your hair care? The more you do it, the less heat your hair requires when styling!
Ok so here’s roughly what you’ll need:
First I use my favorite shampoo and conditioner to date- the Agadir Moroccan Oil set. Funny thing is, it just showed up in my bathroom one day :0 Thanks dad I guess ^_^!
One thing about Argan oil- it doesn’t make your hair greasy, contrary to what I used to think. Now, if you apply pure oil straight onto your scalp maybe then haha.
Alright. Next I apply a dime sized amount of my argan oil conditioner to just my ends. This is kinda like applying a primer before foundation; it pre-moisturizes the hair before the third step.
The third step is the most important in my opinion: the hair mask. Hair masks such as the Essential Rich Premier Honey Mask I use are especially helpful to damaged strands. In between trims, this mask helps to delay split ends and keep hair extra silky. What I do is apply a quarter sized amount to the bottom half of my hair and rinse with warm water after about 5 mins ( but less is ok too ). What if you don’t have a hair mask handy? No problem! A great hair mask can easily be made by ingredients in your kitchen. All you need to do is combine either a mashed up banana or avacado, with either some olive oil, coconut oil, or an egg and let soak in for 10 mins. These ingredients contain vital nutrients for healthy hair!
Lastly, once your hair is dry and styled, dab a little pure argan oil to your strands to add shine. A little goes a long way, and the tiny sample I got with my hair dryer has already lasted me half a year!
Hope this recipe helps you get the best hair you’ve ever had! Have a good night everyone!
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