what is the best diy hair treatment you know?

I just wanna know some of the best haircare diy tips out there. My hair is on the dry side, and I want it to look FAB. I know mayonnaise is recommended by some…but considering the smell, is it worth it?


I used this hair treatment from hairboutique.com:

I used honey, olive oil, buttermilk, and wheat flour. I mixed together the oil, honey and buttermilk and warmed it in the microwave. I then added the flour; the flour turns it into a paste. I applied it to my hair for a few minutes. It's supposed to make your hair shiny and give it moisture. My hair needs a lot of moisture, but I did notice a difference in shine and moisture. The buttermilk is supposed to make your hair stronger. It doesn't smell too good though.

I also used honey by itself and honey mixed with olive oil. When using honey alone I noticed more shine in my hair. It's very sticky but it easily rinses out, but you might want to use conditioner (no shampoo) afterward just to make sure it's all out. One reason I stopped using honey is because I noticed my natural curls loosened and I don't want that. If you have curly hair and you don't mind your curls becoming looser then it's a good treatment.

I've also done hot oil treatments with olive oil. This has improved my hair's health and strength and I noticed a lot of benefits from using it.

I've never used the olive oil, real mayonnaise, and egg protein conditioning treatment. I've thought about it, but I wouldn't know how to get the smell out of my hair.

If you go to hairboutique.com then you'll find many more natural recipes for the hair.

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