HOW TO MAKE HAIR MAYONNAISE AT HOME ?

HOW TO MAKE  HAIR MAYONNAISE AT HOME ?

 

Hi darlings ! How are you ? It’s almost the week-end, my favorite moment of the week.

Today let’s talk beauty and more specifically about hair.

For thr ladies that read me regularly, you may have read my article on my hair transition. here

I promissed that I would post an article as soon as I would find some kind of start of a routine.

Here I am.

Here is a recipe of ” hair mayonnaise”. Mayo for hair ? What is up ? It’s what most afro hair care  producs call their deep conditioning product. It can be used as a pre-poo or a mask following a shampo ( for at least half an hour)

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Hair Moyannaise de la marque Vitale

As I try to evict manufactured product of my hair care routine ( on my mom’s advice), I make my own customized hair mayonnaise.

As I love sharing what I know with you ladies, here is the recipe.

Here are the ingredients I recommend. Actually, it mixes all products my mother has in her drawer. Use all oils that work with your hair type and of which you can stand the smell.

1 bol

A spatula

2 teaspoons of castor oil

2 teaspoons of avocado oil

4-6 teaspoons of olive oil

1 tablespoon of coco butter

2 tablespoons of shea butter

1 egg yoke

Let’s get started :

1 – Work  both shea and coco butter for a creamy consistency

2 – Add all oils ( except olive oil) and mix.

3- Add your egg yoke. Travaillez le tout pour en faire une crème homogène

4- Add the olive oil. Personally I go over the top

Home-made hair mayonnaise is ready.

Sometimes I add a little something. Last time I added 1 tablespoon of sour cream for example. So go for it. The bright of  doing it home made is that you have control over what you add in it.

Try it and tell me all about it !

xo

 

 

Multicolore Paris

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2 Comments

  1. Francine
    14 February 2016 /

    Merci pour cette super recette: j’ai remplacé le beurre de cacao par du beurre de mangue et ai laissé poser toute une nuit. Mes cheveux sont doux et bien nourris. A renouveler!

  2. Lucie Hailemariam
    6 March 2015 /

    Hey! je vais tenter, pour mes cheveux sec se sera top!
    Par contre je vais remplacer beurre de coco,que je n’ai pas, par de l’huile de coco.
    Tu laisses pausé 1 nuit ou 30 min ?
    Je te dirais le résultat 😉
    Xx Lu

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