I have a silly question about clarifying with lemon juice

Hi, everyone! I bought a couple of lemons to clarify with - itís been aaaaages since the last time - but got wondering if I do it right.

I detangle with condish on, rinse and then pour pure lemon juice. Leave it on for a bit, rinse out and then do a ACV rinse, rinse out and add a richer condish.

NowÖshouldnít I be conditioning after the lemon with the cuticles wide open and then close them with vinegar?

Itís not that it hasnít worked my usual way, but Iím wondering if I could be getting a lot more from this and Iím missing outÖ

Ideas?

Thanks in advance!
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... I would think it wouldn't make much difference either way because lemon juice is really acidic and so I'd think it would close the cuticle as well ...?
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... I would think it wouldn't make much difference either way because lemon juice is really acidic and so I'd think it would close the cuticle as well ...?
Originally Posted by amandamarie
+1 if you search online it says it has a ph of 2 which makes it more acidic than vinegar, that being said i dont think you need to use both to get a desired affect but you never know so if its working for you i dont really think you need to change anything
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