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For Soft Shiny Hair Recipe

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Added: Thursday, January 25, 2007

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Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
1 c. mayonnaise
Plastic food wrap
1 hot towel from dryer

Directions:
Directions:
Most commercially bought hair conditioners contain alcohol– the very thing that dries out hair! Instead, grab a cup full of mayonnaise, some plastic food wrap and throw a couple of towels in the dryer on high.

Work the mayonnaise into your hair, starting by massaging it into the scalp and roots. Then draw it through to your ends until your hair is thoroughly coated. Pile the hair on top of your head. Take a couple of feet of saran wrap and wrap it around the top of your head to contain the mayo.

Take a pre-heated towel from the dryer and wrap it around your head over the saran wrap. The heat will aid with deep conditioning. After about 10 minutes, change to another heated towel and leave that on for another 10 minutes.

Remove the towel and plastic wrap and shampoo your hair as usual. Done once a month, this cholesterol treatment will keep your hair soft and shiny.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
* Tip: if your hair ends are very damaged from chemical treatment, you can do this once a week. If your scalp is naturally oily, you might want to only add mayo to the hair ends for weekly treatments.

 

 

 

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