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Natural hair needs moisture and this coconut oil, honey, deep conditioner is just the thing that you may need! I found early in my natural hair journey that I needed a good balance of protein and moisture in my hair and deep conditioning treatments.
This DIY, homemade and all-natural deep conditioner will leave your natural hair feeling soft, bouncy and strong. I noticed that by doing this deep conditioner on my hair every week, that my natural hair became stronger, less porous and became more elastic.
- 1 cup of coconut oil
- 1 cup of honey
- 1 cup of your favorite moisturizing conditioner (I used Tresemme Moisturizing conditioner)
- Mix the coconut oil, honey and conditioner together
- If you would like a thinner consistency, you can melt the coconut oil and the honey
- You can start with either clean or dirty. I use this on dirty hair. Teehee!
- Section of your hair, and wet lightly with warm water
- Detangle and smooth each section
- Next, apply the coconut oil and honey deep conditioner to your hair, and smooth it through your hair
- Twist or braid up each section
- Continue across your entire head
- Once done, cover hair with either a plastic bag or a shower cap
- Leave on hair for about 45 minutes – 1 hour for maximum results
- Shampoo or Co-wash
- Style as usual!
I hope this helps you with your natural hair! I know that it helped my natural hair journey a great deal!
Article source: Krys from the YouTube Channel: Naturally Nerdful. Originally published at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OQAg8rGMm8 on March 16, 2013. And, also appeared there on July 13, 2014.
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