**Update**In the Still of the Night

18 Jun

I rarely talk about my hair here, but as you may have been able to infer, my hair is natural. This is my second time at the natural rodeo, but I am noticing some differences from the first time. My hair is ridiculously dry. I have been searching all over the Internet to find some recipes to help. A few weeks ago I stumbled on an article on how honey is a natural humectant. I heard the word humectant and instantly wondered how could I be down! Tonight I mixed equal parts olive oil and honey in a squeeze jar and used about half the bottle on my hair. I was nervous that I would have sticky hair, but after thirty minutes, I hopped in the shower to rinse it our and it washed out easily. I was too enthralled at how soft and smooth my hair felt. Even while it was wet, I could tell the difference. Detangling was a breeze and I flat two strand twisted my hair with ease. I’m dying to feel the finished product, but I have an early morning and I need to go to bed! Goodnight!

 

Update:  HONNNNNNNAAAAAYYYYY……..my hair was not only shinier this morning, it was oh so soft!!!!!!  This is recipe is a keeper!!!!

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