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Hibiscus and Rosewater Moisturizing Spray for Locs
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Hibiscus and Rosewater Moisturizing Spray for Locs

Since locing my hair, I’ve been keeping my little starter locs moisturized by spraying my hair with rosewater (and rosewater + glycerin when the humidity in my area is high. Using rosewater has been great – it nourishes my hair with no build up – but I’ve wanted to mix up a moisturizing spray with...

Cassia Mask for Healthy Hair and Scalp
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Cassia Mask for Healthy Hair and Scalp

Cassia obovata, also known as "neutral henna" is a great way to strengthen hair, add shine, and treat dandruff. I added aloe vera, bhringraj, hibiscus, and haitian black castor oil to add moisture, promote hair growth, reduce shedding, and strengthen my hair roots.

Detoxing Your Hair and Scalp with Bentonite Clay
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Detoxing Your Hair and Scalp with Bentonite Clay

Bentonite clay is made of aged volcanic ash and has been used for centuries, both internally and externally to detoxify the body and hair. Containing high concentration of minerals including silica, calcium, magnesium, sodium, iron, and potassium, bentonite clay is more popularly used a face mask, but can also be used to detoxify, cleanse, and condition...

Benefits of Coconut Milk for Healthy Hair
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Benefits of Coconut Milk for Healthy Hair

I recently tried coconut milk in my henna treatment and I love how my hair felt afterwards. Here are few benefits of coconut milk. Strengthens Rich in protein, coconut milk can be used to strengthen hair. To make your own strengthening mask, combine 1/2 can of coconut milk, 1 avocado, and 1 tablespoon of honey....

DIY Detangler | Version 3
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DIY Detangler | Version 3

Hope everyone had a great weekend! As I mentioned in my last wash day post, here’s the DIY detangler I mixed up and applied under coconut oil. Alone it works great but adding the coconut oil on top really increased its effectiveness. Here’s a collage of how I mixed it up. WHAT I DID [1]...