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Restoring Hair Hydration Mask Ingredients: 1 tablespoon of coconut oil (this will vary, depending on how long and/or thick your hair is; if you need more, go for it!) 1-2 drops of Seed Oil; 1-2 drops of Berry Oil Directions: 1. Scoop the coconut oil into a small microwave-safe bowl and microwave for six seconds. Easy Homemade Hair Masks for Healthier Strands Honey Lengthening Mask: So, while you could be using the sweet treat made by bees to help bring your hair down to your Coconut Restoring Mask.

Before good old quarantine, most of us were exposing our hair to a. This hair mask recipe is ideal for deep cleaning product buildup, as the lemon and apple cider vinegar act as an astringent to wash away excess oil, while the zinc and lactic acids in yogurt have moisturizing properties. Pro tip: Dilute the lemon with water if you don’t want to lighten your hair color. Recipe courtesy of But First, Coffee.

With honey for extra hydration, egg white for elasticity and strength, and tea tree oil for cellular repair, this DIY mask for hair will pack a punch. To make the mask, combine 1 tablespoon of argan oil, 1 tablespoon of honey, the whites of 3 eggs, and 1 tablespoon of tea tree oil in a. The clay is great for detoxifying the hair and cleansing it. Apple cider vinegar is used in hair masks to restore the hair’s natural pH balance and breaking down any build-up by cleansing the.

Keeping hair moisturized and healthy always makes your hair look better, says Brown. When strands start to lose their luster, use an apple cider vinegar mask. Hair masks can help restore nutrients, moisture, and proteins to lifeless, dry hair.

You can relieve tired tresses by making up your own, at-home treatments using coconut or olive oil, eggs, or honey. Here are seven nutritious hair masks for damaged hair: 1. Banana and olive oil are the base of this mask that is perfect for restoring damaged hair. If you use a lot of product like hair color or you regularly blow dry, straighten or curl your hair using heat based appliances, you may notice some dry or frizzy ends. This mask will instantly make your hair healthy again and leave it silky and shiny.

Let’s be real: we put our hair through a lot.From going hot tools crazy to dyeing our strands, we’ve probably caused some damage.But a good hydrating hair mask can erase some of the breakage by revitalizing your strands. Ideal for anyone who has dry, colorand/or chemically-treated hair, or is prone to frizz, the best hair masks will deeply condition, restore moisture, smoothen, and add shine. Use it to treat: Dry hair. Cleveland says the egg in this DIY mask has plenty of vitamins to nourish strands, plus contains hydrating ingredients like coconut oil and yogurt.

Ingredients: 1 teaspoon of coconut oil, juice of 1 lemon, 1/2 cup plain yogurt, and 1 egg. Directions: Mix all of the ingredients together in a bowl until well combined.

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(37) Finally, giving your body the hydration it requires by drinking water regularly will not only improve the moisture content of your tresses, but will improve the look and feel of your skin and scalp as well.

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Many recipes are available online, and some are as simple as blending together two ingredients, such as honey and olive oil, to make a deep conditioning treatment for your hair.

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You then took a bowl of clear rainwater and added the coconut oil, using the mixture to rinse your hair.

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Just be sure to have some form of protein (i.e. eggs) and a conditioning agent (honey, olive oil, or conditioner).

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Hair Mask for Soft Hair Use this conditioner to make your hair soft and lustrous.

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4) Condition dry, limp hair: mix olive oil (try Home Health olive oil) with drops of essential lavender and rosemary oil and rub in hair.

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For example, women mix brewer’s yeast with water for facial masks and use mayonnaise, eggs, olive oils, and avocado to condition their hair.

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Examples: Oily hair shampoos (see Fig. 17.1) followed by Shiseido Tsubaki Conditioner and Mask, Schwarzkopf BC Leave-in and Deep Nourishment Mask

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  • is it good to put egg in your hair? whenever I do it gets dry and stiff, then I wash it off and it’s the same but my hair smells like egg.. gross

  • Thank you for sharing this with us!! Your hair looks amazing! I just tried my first ever DIY masks also. Check out the result @z48k ��������

  • Do you see regrowth with the Castro oil? I take 1 egg sometimes 2 eggs, 2 Tbl spoons of Castro, same with olive oil and massage it with my head down 5-10 minutes and and put it in a bun longer the better. Wash it out with
    Main n Tail.

  • I would love to see how you do your hair when it’s oily. I try not to wash my hair every day and I NEED help to stop myself from relying on dry shampoo!

  • I just did it on my very heat damaged dead hair. I left it in for 45 mins, with a plastic bag around my head, then double shampood (make sure u do that to get excess oil that sits on top of the hair), anyway then I used a light conditioner. I let my hair air dry & it’s very shiny & smooth. 7/10

  • The molecules in coconut oil are too big for your hair to absorb. It’s basically just sits on your hair. I use to use it a lot. But I got better results with Argan oil and olive oil.

  • Silly titles and labels. “Vegan” used to just refer to our diets. Anyway love your vids and extra now cuz you’re vegan! Im gonna do this mask cuz I fried it doing the blue/gray thing. ��

  • would you consider making your hair care products zero waste? Using aluminum bottles for shampoo and conditioner, and glass for the salt spray etc.

  • Brad: Alright, now that i look hideous-

  • Brad……. Thank you so much for this video!!!!! This mask literally changed my hair!!!! I’m editing a video of me bleaching and dying my hair that I did like 2 to 3 months ago, and since then I’ve bleached it again and I’ve touched you the color like three times with the colors that I had in it, and for some reason my hair especially at the ends just completely fried. And this hair mask, has got my ends feeling so good and the rest of my hair as well, might I mention. Feels like I haven’t even bleached it and it’s not fried!!!! Thank you so so so so so much!!!! My hair looks so healthy now!!!! I love you������

  • dont do mask #2 no matter how much i mixed it together, the ending results is A LOT of small little chunks of banana stuck in my hair

  • Any tips to grow out a bob, getting married in 1 year and I currently have a short stacked bob, i would love long waves for my wedding day. help!

  • SOOO I Just rinse this mask out of my hair and I absolutely loved it!

    I kind of recently just started my hair journey, I haven’t really been straightening my hair that much in the past six months however I have been neglecting it LOL. Haven’t been wrapping my hair or doing any sort of treatments… My hair was hella dryyyyy!

    Washed my hair this morning and left the mask in for an hour, rinsed it out and my hair was LUSCIOUS!!! I’m definitely going to be incorporating this into my weekly routine! And it’s very cost-effective:)

    THANK YOU!!!

  • I’m gonna try this today, I have a question tho. Can I use plain yogurt instead because I don’t have any Greek yogurt at the moment?

  • I have basically lived most of my highschool life with straightened hair. I do indeed have some damage. I will try this mask since I’m starting my hair journey. hopefully, it heals some of the damage

  • I don’t have anywhere near your level of curl, but I might try this mask as my curls do need some TLC. Also, your hair is GORGEOUS.

  • EVERYONE should try the honey and coconut oil cuz GIRL MY GOD MY HAIR IT LITERALLY FEELS LIKE SOMEONE JUST REPLACED IT WITH NEW AND HEALTHIER HAIR…im not even kidding i tried it last night and it was amazing it made my hair so soft and shiny and even bouncy BUt its supperr messy tho cuz of the honey so be careful and WEAR GLOVES will make the whole thing easier, anyway i did have some trouble washing it off tho i had to wash my hair today too because i washed it yesterday but there was still some oil on my ends and mids so yeah make sure to wash it off really well. i HIGHLY recommend this mask its so good atleast for my hair it worked wonders, thanks!

  • I tried it yesterday and I FELL INLOVE! My curls are SO defined and smooth! Rocking my second day hair today and I love it!
    Definitely have to incorporate more natural hair masks into my routine!

  • Should you wash it out and then use shampoo and conditioner or not?? If I do use shampoo and conditioner will I get the same results

  • Am I the only one with curly hair and always straightens it bc I grew up in a place with people that have straight blonde hair that made fun of my hair so I always straightened/dyed for almost my whole life it and is incredibly damaged and now I’m watching this

  • be careful with using food, make sure its not on the brink of expiring. putting expired food in your hair can cause issues for you scalp in terms of bacteria


    Where do I apply?

    Can I use coconut oil rather than milk?

    How long do I keep it on for?

    I wanna try and I love you brad!! But srsly please tell me the deets:)

  • How often can you do this mask?? I tend to do a deep treatment (whole blends hair mask) every single Wednesday I would love to switch it up and do this every other week.

  • Thank goodness for this recipe! I recently relaxed my hair because my curls were getting to be a bit too much. My curl pattern relaxed by a LOT and is barely a tighter curl than yours now so it’s a bit easier to manage. However, it is so so SO dry from all the chemicals and I couldn’t find a hair mask that worked for me very well. Even before I relaxed my hair, it was horrible at holding moisture lol. Great recipe and video!

  • Hahahaha I love this �� not wanting to waste the avocado was so relatable �� and all the random dance moves and the intro omggg I love u Brad

  • Question. Desbit have to be Greek yogurt? Or any yogurt is good?
    And do you do a deep conditioning after you shampoo off the mask?

  • I use coconut oil,it works for me,I keep it on as long as want�� and some times I add egg white,and rinse,I also use egg white for my face ��

  • well can i use vatika olive oil instead of virgin olive oil or what????can someone please help me!!!

    and can i use strawberry jam instead of fresh strawberries

  • Coconut oil is never good for your hair!! It creates an oily film on the surface of your hair and has absolutely zero benefits! Many of my hairstylists say it’s the worst thing you can put on your hair

  • Cheers for the video content! Apologies for the intrusion, I would love your opinion. Have you thought about Dinanlinson Bright Colour Approach (should be on google have a look)? It is a good one of a kind guide for learning how to get your natural hair color back minus the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my work buddy at very last got excellent success with it.

  • I tried this but it only made my hair greasy:( Oh well I’ll try again without coconut and olive oil next time i guess, it did make my hair smooth though!

  • First off you are really gorgeous and so are your curls. When we take a shower do we shampoo our hair or do we just rinse out the mask?

  • The honey one actually works..!! I tried it two one ago and washed my hair two times once with hair mask and once without hair mask and that actually helped…my hairs were very good near roots but brittle and dry near ends… But now it’s like even everywhere ❤️❤️thank you

  • Ha! It’s so shiny because you used extensions! You even showed the extensions on camera! But even if you used extensions, the masks worked with the extensions!

  • Cheers for the Video! Sorry for butting in, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you researched Millawdon Goodbye Gray Trick (should be on google have a look)? It is a smashing one off guide for learning how to reverse gray hair fast minus the normal expense. Ive heard some interesting things about it and my friend Sam finally got great results with it.

  • I know now everyone want to look their hair smooth silky…so many people uses many types of products…but u don’t believe that in India… mainly in South India people still oil their hair every single day and braid their hair for rest of the day….they have hair like angels…dark, thick, pretty long…they don’t have any premature grays or any other hair problems….

  • great Great GREAT video! Luxy sent me and i’m so glad I watched this. I’m new to hair extensions so I wanted to make sure I treat my new hair really well.

  • Once, I used olive oil on my hair, as a deep conditioner and then washed it out. The next day it was soooo greasy and disgusting and I have blonde hair and it looked brown it was so greasy. Now I’m really scared to put olive oil in my hair

  • yeah I tried the exfoliating hair mask, and basically the sugar got everywhere. Be careful if you are using sugar that doesn’t clump together like I did!

  • Hi there. Ocassional desperate-for-a -better-hair kinda viewer here! x’)
    I liked the 2nd mask too much. Avocado is great for the hair and to restore the natural balance and oils in it but if i’d ask you If i should do the 2nd mask and add a little bit of coconut milk aswell, would you recommend? I have long dry hair ’cause all the years i used my hair straightner and not having exaclty any type of concern with the hair besides finding the most natural conditioner, mask and shampoo i could (i’m a long hair boy since age 13 i’m 26 ) and so wouldn’t it be good to mix all those to try and restore some of the texture and brightness my hair once had?

    Thanks for the video but i would also like to see this kind of video on a version without any animal products. Would be amazing aswell, to have a better look and not to promote the harm of our furry companions in the process. 😉

  • I’m dumb and didn’t think about it but my first time I did a hair mask I put eggs in it and I used hot water and the egg cooked in my hair so I had to comb it out

  • brad for most of the video you seem like that nine year old doing a hair tutorial who gets distracted, burns herself, and then has to cut the video short because her mom called her to do the laundry lol.

  • Thank you for not putting any egg recipes in this video. (I have an egg allergy, and if my skin gets exposed it can get irritated)

  • For me I have switch between Tumerick,olive oil,coconut oil;which help lessen inflammation of the scalp and gets rid of dandruff. I am now using coconut oil, avocado, olive oil honey and green tea leaf mixture. I let that sit overnight in a jar so the green tea is mixed in well. Then I wash in all out it’s a chamomile and green tea water that has been seeping over night. This helps me get a shiny, moisturize hair. I don’t do this hair mask often because it’s a lot of protein so I alternate between this mixture and using regular Cantu conditioner and leave in conditioner. But in the winter both of these mixtures are kickass for your hair

  • For my hair mask, I add oils and honey to my retail deep conditioners (I especially love doing that with Eden Body Works Jojoba Oil deep conditioner)

  • Hey Melissa. Thanks for these cool advices. But I would love to know for how long do I have to keep the mask on my hair??? Thank you for your answer. God bless you.

  • We’ve been using such oil masks and massaging technique in india from so long and it’s quit nice to see that other countries’ people are also getting aware about it’s benefits because i have seen very few people outside our country using oil masks and massaging the scalp with it.

  • That honey and coconut oil one is sooo simple I need to try that!! I just uploaded a DIY masque video too:)

  • I wouldn’t advise anyone to put banana in your hair unless u can get it really really smooth because cause you will have a hard time getting the chunks out

  • Make sure u only use leave in or regular conditioner. Cos I made the big mistake of using deep conditioner instead.������ N it didn’t turn out well. I had 2 re make it correctly wit regular conditioner n it turn out right the 2nd time AROUND!

  • Hey would you like to review Watermans Hair Growth Shampoo thats made in UK? Please our username for more information,   have a great day

  • I‘ve been using this mask everytime I wash my hair (I shower every 4 days ) and it makes my hair so soft.This mask also gives my hair good moisture.I loveee it. Thank you ���� ��

  • Do nottttt put a banana in your hair if it is not blended, I put banana in my hair without blending it and it was stuck in my hair!

  • Question, am I suppose to wash out the mask or rinse out the mask?
    Thank you for this video, I tried #2 today and looking forward to trying them all.

  • SHES USING COCONUT CREAM NOT THE COCONUT MILK IN THE MILK SECTION AT THE GROCERY STORE. Coconut cream would be found in a box, in the aisles!!

  • For my hair mask I use 2 egg yolks, 1/2 tablespoon olive oil, 1/2 tablespoon coconut oil, 1/2 tablespoon sweet almond oil, and 1/2 tablespoon honey.

    I gently brush out my hair before and then dampen it and then apply the mask, tips to roots (making sure the tips get extra attention and product).

    I let it sit for 15-30 minutes before I wash it out in COLD water and use a gentle shampoo (I like baby shampoo) and a tiny tiny bit of conditioner art the ends only. Then I air dry my hair and brush my hair out again before I turn my hair over and gently massage my scalp for 5 minutes!

    I’ve done this twice a week for 2 months and my hair has grown so much and looks and feels so healthy!

    I never use heat on my hair or put it up in super tight pony tails!!

  • I recently discovered that I have protein overload. I have to make sure that I’m getting as much moisture in my hair.Does this mask contain protein? And would it help with people who have protein overload?

  • Oh gosh, it’s July 2020 and I’m watching this great video! She’s so happy about 17,000 subscribers! Now she has more than three million! Proof that good content and a great personality goes a long way.

  • Love the idea of the banana. I have been doing a DIY mask of: Coffee grounds/refined, coconut oil, egg yolk and organic plain yogurt. I let that sit for 30 min as well. I also like to add olive oil, jojoba and vitamin E oil to my hair if I am wearing it up in a bun, going to the gym, etc. I can definitely see the change in my hair! I will try this, so thanks for sharing!:D


  • I made the mask last night, the result was amazing, my hair feels so soft and shiny, i do recommend it, from now on it will be my regular hair mask. Yes i had the egg/ banana not sure which one it was lol, stuck in my hair but next time will wash it with cold water as someone here advised so, thank u so much for sharing.

  • Your hair is absolute hair goals!!!!

    I did this hair mask today actually yay
    The only things I did differently I put all of the ingredients into a blender which made things A LOT quicker and easier to accomplish a smooth consistency. Also, I would recommend using one of those hair color applicator bottles so you can distribute the mask throughout your roots evenly first and then work your way down through the ends of your hair. Last, get a shower cap! I read that whenever you do these yummy amazing hair masks it’s helpful using the cap to trap heat, retain moisture, and further allowing the mask to really deep into the scalp.

  • I have tried diy moister hair mask with real mayo,honey,olive oil,coconut oil,and conditioner and mix it all together it works so well

  • Guys iv tired this today just put egg, olive oil and banana and mixed it left it on for 20/25 mins and then washed my hair with mixed water and left my hair to air dry literally the results were shocking my hair felt softer and shinny loved it ❤️

  • You can easily massage onion water on your head and get better results than applying tons of things and then microwaving them making them useless

  • Hello Milabu I simply love your channel I need help or some advice on what to use for my hair I’ve got very oily hair it only stays clean 1 day and then my scalp becomes very very itchy please help….Desna for South Africa

  • Mu question is, how often can I use it??? And for all of those girls that are saying don’t do it because the egg cooked, let me tell you this… if you puree the banana and the rest of the ingredients are at room temperature, there should be no mistakes making this!!! I just made it and used my common sense and it turned out nice and smooth! 😉

  • I have been struggling with my hair ever since I can remember. But lately it looks so much worst it’s dry, tangled and so many spilt ends. I really hope this mask works for me.

  • I wanna try that mask but should I shampo my hair or just wash it with water?? Plz reply bcoz my hair keeps on failing and I have bad ends and my hair break so easily: ((((

  • I did a diy
    Mine was
    Coconut oil almost half a cup for healthy hair
    Egg two nourishment for hair
    Cinnamon 2 spoons table tingly feeling on top of head hair growing
    Almond milk half cup silky shiny
    Castor lavender vitamins c+d oil 5 drops hair growth Ariana grandes said it works
    Banana 2 silky shiny

    I know this is weird but it works for me ����❤️❤️

  • Lol…..and I was reading some comments about banana getting stuck in the hair….smh, there’s a thing called food processor. I read banana helps with hair growth…so definitely will try.

  • I microwaved the coconut oil, mixed with extra virgin olive oil, then add raw honey and 1 egg! Mix it up, apply to hair and left it on until it dries up. Then washed it out and it’s soft and healthy again. Must warn, it does stink because of the egg but it works. I haven’t tried with banana but I’ll try new things!!!

  • Try coconut oil and caster oil both mix one tablespoon each and apply over night I am doing this and my hair has grown plus they stopped falling

  • This mask really messed up my hair, the banana is impossible to get out of my hair. I had to wash it about 3 times until I could get it all out and there’s still some pieces. My hair is also extremely dry.

  • Kudos for the Video clip! Apologies for the intrusion, I would love your initial thoughts. Have you heard about Dinanlinson Bright Colour Approach (search on google)? It is a good exclusive guide for learning how to get your natural hair color back minus the hard work. Ive heard some incredible things about it and my cooworker got great results with it.

  • I recommend melting the coconut oil before any other ingredients and no banana, rather castor oil or vitamin E tabs or even honey!

  • If you put the castor and coconut oil through double boiler method and use warm oil…. It will deeply nourish from root to tip!!
    Do try this ��

  • I adore your video’s!! Maybe you mentioned it and I perhaps missed it but you can buy those thin plastic elasticized hair caps that are absolutely perfect for covering your hair during hair treatments. Sally’s carries them and they are cheap I buy a bunch of them just to have on hand. Also, castor oil is great for eyebrows and lashes for growth! Coconut oil is excellent for makeup remover and for moisturizing overnight after washing your face (excellent to cook with too!) A lot of people swear by vaseline on their face for overnight moisturizing.

  • Love this video!! Do you have one on how to help your edges grow out? Mine went on vacation and never completely grew back any advice?

  • Thank you for the amazing videos! �� I’ve been with you since the beginning and am so thankful for the information you share. You’re beautiful inside and out, truly.

    I’d love to see an updated hair care routine from shower to blow dry! Or a hair growth journey since I’ve noticed your hair looks so healthy and much longer! I’d also love to know how you prevent hair loss. If I were to pull these oils through my roots to mid-shaft; my hands would be full of hair!

    Thanks so much!�� xoxoxo

  • In india we use sarson ka teel which is sunflower oil.. its a big help for growing back hair where u r having thinning. Available on amazon

  • Is it okay to at least rinse your hair off? I work out and I wash my hair every other day but it gets so dang oily and it’s gross.

  • Can you do a video of training your hair from a long time wash to an almost everyday wash because of it’s getting hot especially in summer?

  • I found this vid right when I’m doing a coconut oil mask, but with ortiga oil in my roots… I’ll try to remember all your tips in the morning

  • I am heading to the store for castor oil and maybe Jojoba (I have coconut already.) I’ve been watching tons of videos trying to decide between the Revlon One styler or the Dyson. I do have small hands and a small head and fine hair. I am worried about breakage and split ends-do you think the Dyson is the better as the huge barrel and bristles on the Revlon worry me a bit. Thanks for your informative videos.

  • Ive heard rub the shampoo in your hand and apply before you get it wet because water and oil don’t mix so shampoo once before you get it wet then rinse and shampoo again

  • I wanna try coconut oil masks but im scared it wont wash out from my long hair lol. And i dont NEED a mask but i cant imagine it would make hair more course so its worth a shot

  • Pronouncing “jojoba” instead of “yoyoba” is not completely wrong. You can at least say you were trying to speak portuguese instead of spanish ��. I love coconut mask

  • wtf i just got out of my bathroom to do castor and coconut after 5 days without washing and i see this………. What the hell srsly it’s spooky

  • Hi thanks for the wonderful tips for hair growth. I have a seal machine to freeze foods can you seal and freeze the masks for later use?

  • Why are you in Tennessee? Visiting? You recently bought a house in FL, right? What product are you using on your brows to make them grow? Thank you for the video.

  • Heating up coconut oil will change its properties. That’s why you’re always suppose to put in a bowl of hot water to bring it to liquid consistency if it isn’t already

  • wow in this video your hair looks the best. honestly it was very thin and over processed before. Now you have the double amount of hair! Amazing! What did you do to transform it???

  • Nice video:) your hair looks good. It looks like you had a root smudge (I think that is the name for it) done. I like doing coconut and castor oil treatments too however, never tried it overnight. I’m going to try it soon. I just put in a clear semi permanent Ion hair product for shine and it was very nice. Have a great day Malibu ♡

  • You haven’t thought about getting a satin hair bonnet or satin hair wrap? I’ve been wearing a bonnet every night for 2 years and the reduction in breakage around the edges/baby hair’s is amazing!!! You should really give it a try.

  • hi. just wanting to share a bit of my knowledge. Castor oil I am using for split ends as well. Is the best one so far. Usually I am combining Castor oil with other Oils: Jojoba, Argan or Olive oil( for hydration) couple of drops of Peppermint oil or Rosemary oil ( to boost blood circulation in your scalp) and put in microwave for 10 seconds. I found that if the oils are warm they are better absorbed. And I am covering my head with a shower cap and then a cotton t shirt so will stay in place,and leave overnight. 50% of your body heat is released through your head and this way the warmth will open pores and hair follicles and more oils are absorbed. This method works wonders for me

  • DO NOT and i repeat DO NOT MICROWAVE HONEY because it’s going to slowly harden once it’s cooling and become some sort of wax. If you put it in your hair, it will be very very difficult to get out. Good thing it’s going to melt using hot water but still DO NOT MICROWAVE YOUR HONEY

  • Definitely do a video on how to style and disguise oily, thin hair in a cute way. And also how to train your hair to do what it wants. Those would be two great videos or you can roll them both into one. ������������

  • The dollar store is dollar tree..when everything is just 1 dollar…family dollar isnt a dollar store. Their shit is just cheaper but their shirts and pants are still like 20 bucks a piece

  • To properly remove the oil without leaving that oily residue first wet the hair with warm water, condition & rub it in really well. The conditioner will break down the oil. Then shampoo 1-2 times & recondition (if you’re super oily only midshaft down).

  • You can easily dilute the castor oil with coconut oil….. It helps to balance out the thickness…..I find the combination of 2 tablespoons of coconut oil one tablespoon of castor oil to one capsule of 400 mg vit E works the best….I have classic Length hair…and the quantity is enough for me… you can use that as a guide for quantity……hope this helps…

  • Oooh! I am definitely going to try this! I would love some videos on how you hide oily hair, I often get pretty self conscious about my oily roots so any help from you would be much appreciated ��

  • I have really oily scalp and sticky dandruff after 3days wash my hair,I feel some odd smell… please tell what kindda DIY I should use.��

  • Honestly leather is biodegradable and if you’re buying local products it’s way less burden on the environment long term than “faux leather” which is just glorified plastic

  • Towards the end of the winter “season” (its Texas we have every season during winter) my ultra thick hair becomes super, super oily. Like one day and its grease city. During the rest of the year I only wash my hair about every four days. I would love to know what all you lovelies do with your thick hair that gets greasy at the end of the winter.

  • I tried this, and ended up making too much. So while I was standing in the shower waiting for it to sit in my hair, I exfoliated my entire body with the leftovers and omg…. My skin feels amazing. It did ok on my hair, but my hair is heavily bleached.

  • Never thought I’d find another girl with hair like mine. I’ve been crying over my hair for days. This gives me hope for healthy hair. Thank you. God bless.

  • I really appreciate great hair tutorials like this because I really don’t know how to do my hair. So please keep the hairstyles and hair tutorials coming!

  • Salut. Excusez moi mais c’est quoi le ** conditionner ** s’il-vous-plaît,pour tout les francophones qui passerait par ici.

  • Hi! your hair looks gorgeous! What shampoo do you use? I was using Cantu but it didn’t really do what I expected and now that I finished the bottle I want to try a new shampoo. Thanks!!:)

  • $3 just for the avocado where I live, and $1 for the lemon. I can’t use coconut oil but I’ll definitely try this sub a different oil. Thanks for the tip��

  • I would recommend placing the coconut oil in a container and into some warm water to melt it before adding to the mask. the heat of the microwave will denature the proteins in the egg and in the virgin oils causing them to be less effective. Otherwise this is a great recipe.

  • YOU SLAAAAAYED THAT����…..Well OMG we have the SAME texture HAIR & GOD KNOWS Ive been praying for a SIMPLE way to style my hair since my big chop.

    THIS IS PERFECT FOR ME, my hair dry & curls FAST��

    THANKS FOR SHARING THIS DOLL������������������������������

  • I love it. Someone shared this video with me for the deep conditioning recipe, but I like the hair style better. I have heard of Bantu knots, but I did not understand what it is and what it is for. Now, I know. Thank you, TheChicNatural, for the tutorial.

  • Giiirrlll ima call BS ain’t NO WAY you can make something look so dam good and easy hell naww!!! She lying yall she lying!! Its not that easy. �������� ugh I love it!!!!

  • Ugh your 4C hair is such a beautiful dream now. So full, Long, healthy and manageable. From where you started to now, such an inspiration. It really is holistic. Health, routine, protective style, care. I want to work to experience this with my hair one day. It’s just such a task even getting it to stop being so dry!

  • I love how bouncy/springy your hair was as a result of using the mask! Great ���� video with simple and affordable ingredients. Thanks for sharing!

  • My duahter and I love❤ your positive ��and energetic spirit��. She’s 11 years old and loves all your short hair tutorial and I enjoy doing them on her short hair. She feels amazing ever time I try one your new looks thank you. I wanted to know what Jojoba oil do you use or do you recommended. Thanks again.

  • Hey babecan I put the coconut milk and honey mask in a bottle and keep it for while? I’m guessing I should be able tohave you ever done it? Will I need to refrigerate it?

  • Just tried this i love it. I actually been doing a somewhat similar mask for years.. Instead of coconut oil i use olive oil and instead of lemon i use honey…both gave me great results