white vinegar ?

Will this give me the same effect as Apple cider? The acidity is the same (5%) which is what I thought was the main reason for ACV.

I would like to try it because it makes me feel a little better about putting something clear on blonde hair than something orange-ish.
yep. its what i use
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I've used both, and can't see any difference (other than the price!)
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Hair loves: Drip drying, glycerine, shea butter, oils
Hair hates: Plopping, any kind of gel, most conditioners (scalp issues).
Me 5! I have heard that some prefer the smell of ACV, but I don't really care, myself.

And I think you are not being silly wondering about the color, I have heard of blondes getting slight red tones added from ACV but not white.
I used that yesterday for the first time and I love how my hair looks. It's shiny and soft and it was sooo easy to detangle it afterwards.
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dumb question here... what do you use vinegar for?
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dumb question here... what do you use vinegar for?
Originally Posted by Jeannie_L
To mix a little bit with water and rinse hair with. It has a few benefits. It tightens up the cuticle so can make hair shinier. It can also be an extremely light clarifier, depending what is in the buildup. Like it won't touch silicones, but can help with silicone free conditioner buildup. It also may or may not help to preserve the color of dye.
I've used both and I actually prefer the white vinegar.
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dumb question here... what do you use vinegar for?
Originally Posted by Jeannie_L
To mix a little bit with water and rinse hair with. It has a few benefits. It tightens up the cuticle so can make hair shinier. It can also be an extremely light clarifier, depending what is in the buildup. Like it won't touch silicones, but can help with silicone free conditioner buildup. It also may or may not help to preserve the color of dye.
Originally Posted by Riot Crrl
How much would I have to use?
i use white vinegar! its more likely to be in my house, so thats what i end up with.

i also love how soft it makes my hair
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Haven't tried white vinegar yet. I'm loving my Braggs ACV though!
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Currently using: Deva low-poo and OC, KCKT/KCCC, JCCC, & BRHG. + Curlease towel
Also have had success with: CK, FSG, KBB, AOHR, Nature's Gate Conditioner.

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I used white vinegar once, there wasn't any difference.
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I've used both and I actually prefer the white vinegar.
Originally Posted by Sophie08
Me too! I don't get so dry with white vinegar!
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