Leave-in mixed with honey?

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since I haven't yet found in the drugstore a protein-free conditioner with humectants, I was thinking to mix a bit of Inecto with honey to use as a humectant-rich leave-in.
* What ratio do you suggest? (I want to prevent crunchy, tangled hair)
* Do I have to heat the mixture every time before use?

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3b, med/thick texture?, med-high density, porous/transitioning from heat-damage
Half-african @ Holland, just waist-length, loose 3b w/ 3c napes, med/high density, kinking hair

Goal: growing out to belly button length

Clarify: YTCar poo
Low poo: Harmonie Familie
Co&RO: Argan Care
LI: YTCar
Sealant: sunflower oil
Protein RO: Schwarzkopf anti-klit Co
Pre-wash: coconut or olive oil

: coconut oil, wash days, dew = 50s, 50-70% humidity
: low dews, rain, loose worn during night outs, benzyl alcohol
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Using Honey in your Natural Hair | Glam Natural Life | Natural Hair Blog
I will try it too!
HONEY INFUSED LEAVE-IN CONDITIONER
Fill your spray half full with Aloe Vera Juice
Then about 4 tablespoon of honey
2-3 tablespoon of coconut oil
2 drops tea tree oil (optional)
Fill the rest of the bottle with water
Shake and Voila!
(http://www.glamnaturallife.com/2013/...ural-hair.html)
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Last edited by dixygirl; 04-12-2014 at 06:52 PM.
Thanx for your suggestion
However, I recently discovered some protein-free-but-humectant-rich conditioners on ground, but I will keep this in mind .
Half-african @ Holland, just waist-length, loose 3b w/ 3c napes, med/high density, kinking hair

Goal: growing out to belly button length

Clarify: YTCar poo
Low poo: Harmonie Familie
Co&RO: Argan Care
LI: YTCar
Sealant: sunflower oil
Protein RO: Schwarzkopf anti-klit Co
Pre-wash: coconut or olive oil

: coconut oil, wash days, dew = 50s, 50-70% humidity
: low dews, rain, loose worn during night outs, benzyl alcohol

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