These homemade hair treatments come straight
from the kitchens of our dedicated curly readers.
This recipe is great for styling twists, braids, twist outs, bantu knot outs and a variety of other styles. Use on damp hair.
Take a jar or tube of gel and mix by hand or mixer the rest of the ingredients until it turns into a pudding look then use. Hair is curly, healthy, and has a sheen but not oily.
a cream that will keep hair ultra moisturized while still holding the style. When you twist it up and you will still be able to feel moisture when you take it down!
If you love Shea Butter, but find it a tad bit to heavy, then try this mango butter whip. Works great as a sealer, moisturizer and helps define twist and/or braids, twist outs and/or braid outs and knots.
This can be used as a conditioner or pre-conditioner
Mix of exotic oils and butters that seals on moisture in the hair and is also a great body cream.
I'm calling it styling creme because I saw the Bronner's Styling Creme and figured I had most of the ingredients in it. I'm using it as a leave-in and loving it.
This is the easiest recipe I ever came up with on a bored Saturday night. Extra moisturizing defined curls without breaking bank buying expensive styling products.
Shea Butter 1 tablespoon jbco, vitamin e, olive oil, coconut oil, almond oil, jojoba oil
YouTube newbie Curly Penny has caught our attention with her cute videos and advice for wavy curly hair care. She recently created a quick and easy DIY lightweight styling cream that only takes seconds to prepare. This styling cream eliminates frizz and provides great hold and shine!