Getting Dressed, Sweet, Sweet Sunday

Air Drying Your Hair—The Lazy Vegan Girl’s Guide to Styling Your Hair


It is important to take care of your hair while it is wet, mainly because this is when your hair is most likely to fall out…and none of us wants our hair to fall out, (even though there are many days when I feel like pulling my own hair out because of stress)…


Heat can be your be your hair’s best friend or worst enemy.

Heat can create bouncing curls, waves, and tendrils from an unruly mane or flat, lifeless locks in no time at all…

Heat can also cause serious damage and split ends, make your hair rough and dull and more susceptible to damage and cause your hair to lose moisture faster than it can be reabsorbed from the air, leaving it brittle.


And the heat of the hair dryer can be the greatest enemy to the health of your hair.


So let your hair air dry naturally if possible, at least partially.


Air-drying your hair, instead of blow-drying and heat-styling it, will save you both time spent doing your hair and this risk of damaging your hair.

Here are a few simple secrets to air-drying hair and having it actually look like one great big frizzy mess.

1. Air drying your hair doesn’t mean you should skip product…All hair types should follow up towel drying with a detangling leave-in conditioner,  a protectant spray or cream or a blow-dry serum…combing it  through with a large-tooth comb.

Product will help set the hair, add volume, and reduce frizz and unruliness.

If your hair is on the finer side and lacks a true natural texture, also spritz a sea salt spray at the roots continuing through to the ends to help give the hair more volume. Then leave hair alone until it dries.


2.  Apply argan oil to damp hair from the mid-lengths to the tips. This will seal the cuticles, tone down frizz, keep your hair smelling clean and fresh, and enhance natural waves. Two quality ARGAN oils worth checking into are…Josie MaraNatha ARGAN OIL…and Zweena Pure Organic Argan Oil.


3. Never brush wet hair…Brushing your hair while wet can stretch the strands, causing damage and splits while it is at its most delicate.
4.  Sleeping on a satin pillowcase will also keep hair from frizzing because satin is gentler on  hair cuticles…Although sleeping on wet hair might initially seem like a good idea,  the combination of cotton pillowcases and tossing and turning as you sleep can cause breakage, frizz and tangles. Avoid it at all costs.

5.  Don’t touch your hair as it dries. …The more you touch, play with, and otherwise mess with your hair, the frizzier it will get.

6.  Never use a hair tie to pull your hair back into a ponytail or bun as it’s drying. This will not only break your hair, but will also result in strange kinks and texture


7.  Apply a spritz of dry shampoo to your roots once your hair is dry for extra lift and texture.


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Now What?!

IMG_4860Once you have finished taking your shower, it is crucial that you take the time to “pamper” your skin and hair. the better and healthier both your skin and your hair will be.

Since a post-shower routine is so important in maintaining the health of your hair and skin, let’s talk about the things that you should take the time to do right after your shower…


 1.  Hair…It is important to take care of your hair while it is wet because this is when your hair is most likely to fall out.

The heat of the hair dryer can be a great enemy to the health of your hair. So let your hair air dry naturally if possible, at least partially…(more on this later)…

Comb a nourishing leave-in conditioner or detangler gently through your hair, using a wide-toothed comb…(never a brush)…


2.  Moisturizers…Warm water may be relaxing, but hot water and steam also leave your skin super dry after showering. For this reason, it is important to always apply a good moisturizer once you get out of the shower.


3.  Serums and Oils….Hot showers leave the pores of your skin open, so this is the best time to apply of these skincare products and solutions to allow them to be more completely absorbed.

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Wrap Up Your Really, Really Relaxing Shower with a Really, Really Regal Bathrobe

IMG_4702-0Another important “me-time” luxury that you will want to have close at hand once you step out of the shower is a bathrobe that you could definitely live in…or do actually wish that you could live in…

So why not reward yourself with a bathrobe that will feel like a true indulgence and smart investment every single time you put it on.

Here are a few luxury bathrobes worth checking out..

1. Del Rossa Hooded Bathrobe

  • Colors Available…purple, black, chocolate brown, navy blue, steel gray, burgundy
  • Fabric…100% authentic Turkish cotton terry cloth
  • Price…$75

2.  L.L. Bean Terry Cloth Robe

  1. Colors Available…dark raspberry, dawn, pebble gray, white
  2. Fabric…Turkish terry cloth
  3. Price…$79

3.  Parachute Classic Bathrobe

  • Colors Available…white, stone
  • Fabric…100% long-staple Turkish cotton
  • Price…$99


    4.  Pottery Barn Faux Fur Bathrobe

    • Colors Available…Caramel Ombre
    • Fabric…100% plush polyester
    • Price…$129 (currently on sale for $103)


    5.  Restoration Hardware Sayon Silk Bathrobe

    • Colors Available…natural, gray, wine
    • Fabric…100% mulberry silk
    • Price…$165
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    Now that you’ve finished your shower, the first thing you will probably grab for will be a towel…

    But don’t just settle for any old towel.



    Instead take the t;ime to find the best towels, or the best towels for you personally…and be willing, if able, to actually spent money on towels instead of grabbing the cheapest ones that you can find.


    Towel shopping should not simply be a matter of how good the towel may feel on the display shelf or how much it might cost.

    In fact there are several factors to take into consideration when shopping for high-quality towels—absorbency, durability, softness, cost, size, and launderability…(not sure if that’s a real word or not).




    Absorbency…Towels made of .100% cotton, especially Egyptian or Pima cotton, are typically the most absorbent. Such towels, those made with Pima or Egyptian cotton, are usually the softest also.





    Structure…(Loops and Twists)…Every towel has loops. These loops help the towel feel soft and absorb water. You should not be able to see the base of the towel beneath these loops.

    The “twists” of the towel refers to how much the loop’s yarn is twisted. Towels with either a low or zero twist are more absorbent than towels with a denser twist.



    Touch…Touch can be deceiving. Don’t rely on how soft the towel feels at first glance, or in this case, first touch. Most manufacturers add a softened “finish” so that the towels feel nice and velvety in the store. But that finish washes off after the first few runs through the laundry…leaving you with a much rougher towel than you had thought you had bought.





    Weight…/Thicker, heavier towels are most likely to be absorbent than thinner, lighter towels., and truly high-quality towels will feel heavier than they look.

    Towel weight is measured in grams per square meter (GSM). Generally, the higher the weight, the denser the towel and the more absorbent and plush it will be. 300-400 GSM is considered lightweight, 400-600 GSM is medium weight, and 600-900 GSM is the heaviest.  Thicker towels with high GSM, or grams per square meter, feel more luxurious.

     1.  1888 Mills Made Here Bath Towel

    • Availability…Walmart
    • Colors Available…blue, brown, cream, grey, red, and tan
    • Fabric…100% USA grown cotton with pima rich loops
    • Price…$2

    2.  Abyss Super Line Bath Towel

    • Availability….Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s
    • Colors Available…30 available
    • Fabric…Egyptian cotton
    • Price…$74
    • Size…28″x54″

    3. AmazonBasics Fade-Resistant 3-Piece Towel Set

    • Availability….Amazon
    • Fabric…100% cotton
    • Price…$13
    • Set includes…2 bath towels, 2 hand towels, 2 washcloths
    • Size…54″ x 30″…(26″x16″ for hand towel, 12″x12″ for washcloth)

    4.  Fina Ultra Absorbent Waffle Weave Microfiber Bath Towel

    • Availability….Amazon
    • Colors Available…white, linen, sage, and coffee
    • Fabric…Microfiber
    • Price…$15
    • Size..29″x55″

    5.  Pinzon Heavyweight Luxury 820-Gram Bath Towel

    • Availability….Amazon
    • Colors Available…blue, gray, sage, green, ivory, and white
    • Fabric…100% cotton
    • Price…$21
    • Size…30″x56″
    • Weight…nearly 2 pounds each

    6.  Superior 900 GSM Egyptian Cotton Bath Towel Set

    • Availability….Amazon,, Walmart
    • Colors Available…18 colors available
    • Fabric..long-staple combed cotton
    • Price…$62 for set of six (2 bath towels, 2 hand towels, 2 washcloths)
    • Sizes…30″x55″…(20″x30″ hand towel, 13″x13″ washcloth)

    7.  Utopia Luxury Bath Sheet Towel

    • Availability….Amazon, Sears, and BB&B
    • Colors Available…black, white, navy, champagne, plum, gray, brown, and sage
    • Fabric…100% ring spun cotton
    • Price…$16
    • Size…35″x70″



    How should I use my new towels? Drying off after your shower can be as important as the shower itself. Pat yourself dry. Rubbing your skin too vigorously with a towel can cause irritation, leave you itchy, and make dry skin get even worse. This will also leave some water on the skin, which can be sealed in with moisturizer.



    How do I take care of my brand new towels?

    Take time to actually read the tag on your new, luxurious towels tag before you simplty stick in your washing machine. Machine wash on the hottest temperature-setting recommended, with similar colors.

    Never use bleach, dryer sheets, or liquid fabric softener on your towels. This will  eventually weaken the fibers make the towels less absorbent.

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    Vegan OTBC Face Masks


    Face masks are a great addition to any skincare regimen. They can help keep your skin clear and healthy, and help you unwind after a long day.


    And doing a face mask while you are already in the shower is great because the steam from the shower opens your pores and allows the nutrients and vitamins to actually be absorbed into your skin much more easily.



    Key factors to consider when choosing a face mask include…

    1. Skin Type (best for)...People with oily skin should look for a mask that helps control oil and shine, while those with dry skin need a hydrating mask that will restore moisture to the skin.
    2. Specific Issue…such as acne, wrinkles, dry skin
    3. Time Commitment
    4. Type Mask…Masks can be found in several different types…such as vegan sheet masks, powder masks you can mix with water or your favorite skin serum, gel-like masks, and clay masks


    Some popular cruelty-free and vegan face masks that are available include..



    1. Acure Radically Rejuvenating Face Mask

    • Availability…Walgreen’s
    • Best for…aging skin
    • Ingredients…Moroccan red clay, marshmallow root extract, aloe vera
    • Price…$15
    • Specific Issue…cell repair
    • Time Commitment…10-15 minutes
    • Type Mask…clay



    2. AHAVA Purifying Dead Sea Mud Mask

      • Availability…Ulta, Macy’s
      • Best for…acne prone skin
      • Ingredients…Dead Sea mud, kaolin, vitamin B, chamomile
      • Price…$35
      • Specific Issue…helps clear acne and prevents further breakouts
      • Time Commitment…two minutes
      • Type Mask…mud



      3. Aubrey Organics Age-Defying Therapy AHA Mask

        • Availability…Amazon, iHerb, Vitacost
        • Best for…aging skin
        • Ingredients…sea buckthorn oil, natural fruit acids, rice spheres
        • Price…$15
        • Specific Issue…exfoliating
        • Time Commitment..5-10 minutes.
        • Type Mask…clay


        4. Camu Clay Invigorating Anti-Aging Clay Masque

        • Availability…Live Ultimate website
        • Best for…all skin types and needs, from acne control to hydration to anti-aging
        • Ingredients…organic green tea extract, bentonite clay, kaolin, walnut extracts, acai, Camu Camu berries
        • Price…$34
        • Specific Issue…exfoliating
        • Time Commitment…10-20 minutes
        • Type Mask…clay



           5. Dr. Alkatis Organic Universal Mask

            • Availability…online
            • Best for…acne-prone or sensitive skin
            • Ingredients…seaweed, vegetables, organic grass juice complex
            • Price…$39
            • Specific Issue…deep cleansing
            • Time Commitment…10-20 minutes
            • Type Mask…powder



            6. Lush Cup O’ Coffee Mask

              • Availability…online or Lush stores
              • Best for…oily or acne-prone skin
              • Ingredients…coffee grounds, cocoa extract, kaolin
              • Price…$12
              • Specific Issue…under-eye bags and circles, oil control
              • Time Commitment…15 minutes
              • Type Mask…scrub

              7. Pacifica Wake Up Beautiful Super Hydration Sleepover Mask

              • Availability…Target, Ulta
              • Best for…dry or sun damaged skin
              • Ingredients…sunflower oil, shea butter, avocado oil
              • Price…$15
              • Specific Issue…moisturizing
              • Time Commitment…overnight, does not require rinsing
              • Type Mask…leave-on
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              Vegan Face Mask Recipes


              Face masks are great for both winter weather—with its snow and hail, cold winds, and indoor heating systems—and summer weather—with the damage that may have been picked up from being out in the sun way too long.  They can also be great for many different skin issues, such as dry skin and acne breakouts.

              Below is a collection of simple face mask recipes that contain ingredients that you possibly already have on hand.


              1. Almond Oil1Tbsp lemon juice, 1Tbsp almond oil or coconut oil


              2.  Avocado…1/2 of a mashed ripe avocado, 2Tbsp honey

              • Benefits..extremely hydrating
              • Best for…all skin types, especially dry skin


              3. Banana…one mashed banana, 1Tbsp honey

              • Best for…dry skin


              4.  Chai...1Tbsp honey, 1/2tsp cinnamon, 1/2tsp cinnamon nutmeg

              • Benefits…gently exfoliates skin
              • Best for...oily or normal skin


              5.  Chamomile Tea…1C brewed chamomile tea1Tbsp manuka or raw honey, 1tsp nutritional yeast

              6.  Cinnamon...2Tbsp warmed honey, 1tsp cinnamon, 1 wedge of fresh lemon

              7.  Clay…bentonite or kaolin clay and enough water to make a paste

              8.  Cocoa…1Tbsp cocoa powder, one mashed quarter of avocado, 1Tbsp hone

              • Benefits…pore-refining and a great antioxidant


              9.  Coconut Oil...1Tbsp coconut oil, tea tree oil or lavender essential oil

              • Benefits…moisturizes, helps fight off any skin infections, helps to keep your skin clean and clear


              10.  Cucumber...1/2 of a cucumber, 1Tbsp honey, 1tsp or more bentonite or kaolin clay as needed to create a paste

              • Best for…especially oily or acne prone skin


              11.  Eggsan egg yolk, 1Tbsp of honey, 1Tbsp olive oil, 1/2C oatmeal

              • Benefits…egg white proteins tighten pores and zap acne-causing bacteria 
              • Best for…oily skin


              12.  Honey...1tsp honey, 1Tbsp natural yogurt

              • Benefitshealing and antibacterial, makes a perfect base for acne-fighting masks.
              • Best for…acne-prone skin
              • Note…True vegans can either substitute a little bit of pureed banana for the honey, or simply omit it.


              13.  Matcha...1tsp matcha, 1tsp chlorella, enough water or aloe water to create a paste

              • Benefits…”wakes up” the skin and gets your skin glowing


              14.  Nutritional Yeast…1tsp nutritional yeast, 1Tbsp organic yogurt

              • Benefits…great acne fighter, rich in vitamin B
              • Best for…acne-prone skin


              15.  Orange Juice…3Tbsp orange juice, 1/2C hone

              • Benefits…vitamin C, helps even out your skin tone


              16.  Papaya…2Tbsp honey, 1/2C mashed ripe papaya

              • Best for…those who have hyper-pigmentation, sun spots, and uneven pigment


              17.  Strawberries…3 strawberries, 1oz lemon juice, 8oz plain Greek yogurt, 1oz honey

              • Benefits…exfoliates and brightens the skin, refines pores, natural antioxidant
              • Best forall skin types


              18. Tomato…Blend half of a ripe tomato into a puree with a fourth of a cucumber

              • Benefits…contains silica which helps firm up sagging skin, improves complexion, soothes skin irritations, reduces puffiness, and balances skin pH
              • Best for…those wanting an even complexion and soft, smooth, flawless skin


              19.  Turmeric…2Tbsp flour, 1tsp turmeric, 8Tbsp milk or yogurt, a few drops of honey

              • Benefits...antioxidant that slows down skin cell damage, exfoliant that improves skin texture, diminishes wrinkles
              • Best for…acne, dry skin, psoriasis, eczema, and wrinkles


              20.  Yogurt….…1tsp plain organic yogurt, 1tsp honey, 1/2 ripe avocado, 2tsp olive oil

              • Benefits….yogurt contains lactic acid, an alpha hydroxy acid that dissolves dead skin cells, helps create a natural glow, prevents breakouts, and instantly softens and smoothes skin
              • Best for…dry skin, acne-prone skin
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              8 Best Cruelty-Free OTBC Facial Cleansers


              For those of us without the time initiative to make our own vegan cleansers, there are several OTBC (over the beauty counter) options available, such as…


              1,  100% PURE: Matcha Green Tea Cleansing Foam

              • Best for…those with oily and sensitive skin
              • Ingredients…aloe, rosewater, coconut oil, and so forth…
              • Price…$35


              2. Alba Botanica ACNEdote Deep Pore Wash

              • Availability…Target, Sprouts
              • Best for…skin that is prone to breakouts and blackheads,
              • Ingredients…ground walnut shell, oil-free salicylic acid, aloe, chamomile
              • Price…$7


              3.  Christina Moss Organic Face Wash

              • Best for…very sensitive Akin
              • Ingredients…coconut oil, olive oil, sunflower seed oil, aloe vera juice, shea butter, rosemary essential oil
              • Price…$23


              4.  Desert Essence Thoroughly Clean Face Wash

              • Availability…Sprouts
              • Best for…combination skin
              • Ingredients…castile soap, coconut oil, tea tree oil,….
              • Price…$10


              5.  Naturopathica Aloe Cleaning Gel

              • Best for…perfect for all skin types
              • Ingredients…over 50% aloe vera, coconut oil, lavender flower, rose oil
              • Price…$36


              6.  Pacifica Sea Foam Complete Face Wash

              • Availability…Target, Sprouts, Ulta
              • Best for…all skin types
              • Ingredients…sea algae extract, coconut water, papaya extracts
              • Price…$10


              7.  SW Basics Cleanser

              • Availability…Target
              • Best for…people with sensitive, acne-prone, and problem skin
              • Ingredients…rosewater, tea tree oil, vegetable glycerin
              • Price…$20


              8. Thesis Daily Harmony Face Wash

              • Availability…Whole Foods
              • Best for…those who struggle with very oily skin
              • Ingredients…lavender…aloe vera…tea tree, geranium, petitgrain, peppermint, and eucalyptus extracts
              • Price…$20
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              Vegan Face Wash Recipes


              Every woman, regardless of skin type should attempt to find the perfect facial cleanser—one that leaves her skin feeling clean and soft, combats the dirt and pollutants encountered during the day, does not cause skin irritation, gently cleanses skin without stripping it of beneficial oils, removes makeup, and prevents adult acne.

              Not only that, vegan women must also find a face wash that is 100% animal-friendly and cruelty-free.

              Fortunately there is a variety of options, including making your own cleanser or buying a cleanser from a known vegan  brand.

              One option in ensuring that the products that you use are cruelty-free and contains high-quality ingredients is to start creating such natural vegan skin care products yourself.

              Today let’s look at a few ingredients that can be used in vegan face wash washes, along with recipes for such vegan face washes.

              1.  Activated Charcoal

              • 1C coconut oil
              • 6 activated charcoal capsules
              • 2Tbsp baking soda
              • Essential oils (5 drops lavender, 6 drops rosemary)

              2.  Chamomile

              • 1/4C castile soap
              • 1/4C brewed chamomile tea
              • 3/4tsp olive oil
              • Essential oil (6 drops essential oil of choice)

              3.  Coconut Oil

              • 1Tbsp coconut oil
              • 1tsp honey
              • Essential oils (3 drops tea tree, 2 drops lavender)

              4.  Lemon

              • 1Tbsp yogurt
              • 1tsp lemon juice
              • Essential oil (lemon)

              5.  Sugar

              • 1C brown sugar
              • 1C melted coconut oil
              • Essential oils of choice

              6.  Tea Tree Oil

              • 1/4C castor oil
              • 1/2C grapeseed oil
              • 1/4C jojoba oil
              • 15 drops tea tree oil
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              Vegan Deep Conditioners


              Using a deep conditioner once or twice a week, instead of using a “normal” conditioner on a daily basis, is so much smarter…


              But, hey, who still even washes their hair every single day anyway?!


              So, HOW do I apply this deep conditioner? Here’s some advice…

              1.  Applying any type of deep conditioner or hair mask, apply to your hair immediately after rinsing the shampoo out.
              2. Focus primarily on your roots because your roots require the most moisture and attention.  Applying conditioner above your crown line will lead to grease and unnecessary oil production.
              3. Leave the conditioner on while you finish taking your shower. This will allow the heat and steam of the shower to help the deep conditioner penetrate hair strands, immediately after rinsing the shampoo out.



              Now for a few OTBC deep conditioners that I have run upon while doing my “research” lately…

              Three of the best cruelty-free OTBC, (over the beauty counter), deep conditioners currently on the market are…


              1. Lush Veganese Hair Conditioner

              • Ingredients…mineral-rich agar agar gel base, seaweed gel, lemon oil, lavender, and rosemary
              • Price…$9.95
              • Product Review…Alexis Emily Chin


              2. Pacifica Coconut Damage Mask

              • Availability…Target, Sprouts, Whole Foods, Ulta
              • Ingredients…cruelty-free and vegan
              • Price…$16
              • Product Review…The Vegan Crazy Cat Lady


              3. Surya Brasil Color Fixation Restorative Hair Mask

              • Availability…Sprouts
              • Ingredients…exotic butters and 15 herbal extracts from India and the Amazon forest, cupuaçu butter, buriti oil, rice proteins
              • Price…$12
              • Product Review…
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              Vegan Hair Mask Recipes


              As you know, the heat of your hairdryer and straightener, the wintery dry air, and wearing hats and scarves can all cause your hair to get really dry, brittle, and damaged this time of year.

              And during the winter your hair is more likely to break, have more split ends,, grow dull, and lose its shine.

              Thank goodness that there are several hair masks that you can make yourself  to help combat these problems—all of which include natural ingredients that can be found in the local grocery store, if not in your kitchen already.

              Common ingredients as coconut oil, avocado, honey, eggs, and even bananas can help you repair any existing damage, nourish your scalp, get rid of product build-up, and finally achieve the shinier, silkier, healthier that we all strive for.

              So let’s take a look at some of these all-natural hair mask recipes and their benefits

              For all of these “recipes,” simply combine the ingredients and then rub the mixture into your hair, keep it covered for 30 minutes using a shower cap, and then shampoo and rinse as usual.


              1.  Apple Cider Vinegar…1Tbsp apple cider vinegar, 1/2C water

              • Benefits…contains loads of vitamins like B vitamins, vitamin C and potassium…heals flaky and itchy scalps…helps clarify, harden, and smooth the cuticles, the outermost layer of your hair…resulting in smooth and silky hair that shines and is less prone to tangling.


              2.  Avocado…Ingredients…one half mashed ripe avocado, one egg, a couple of drops of peppermint essential oil, 2Tbsp olive oil

              • Benefits…adds shine…can help restore luster to your hair…rich in vitamins, minerals, and essential fatty acids…will smooth and moisturize your locks without weighing down fine hair


              3.  Bananas…Ingredients…mashed banana, 1Tbsp olive oil


              4.  Butter…Ingredients…simply a small chunk of butter

              • Benefits…strengthens dry, brittle hair


              5.  Coconut Oil…Ingredients…1Tbsp coconut oil, 1Tbsp honey

              • Benefits…keeps hair moist and soft…loaded with fatty acids…penetrates the hair more deeply than regular conditioners…prevents hair breakage because of its high moisture retaining capabilities…restores the moisture and shine back into your hair and softens it


              6.  Eggs…Ingredients…one egg yolk, 2Tbsp coconut oil, 1Tbsp honey

              • Benefits…can produce healthier tresses due to their high volume of protein…great natural conditioner…helps retain the luster and shine in your hair…leaves your hair feeling healthy and restored…rich in Vitamins A, D, and E, proteins and fatty acids


              7.  Greek Yogurt…Ingredients…1C Greek yogurt, 1Tbsp apple cider vinegar, 1Tbsp honey

              • Benefits…helps give your hair a protein boost


              8.  Lemon Juice…Ingredients…2Tbsp olive oil, 2Tbspoons lemon juice, 2Tbsp water

              • Benefits…fights dandruff …helps rid your scalp of any loose, dry flakes of skin…leaves your hair feeling nourished and refreshed


              9.  Mayonnaise…Ingredients…enough mayonnaise to coat your hair

              • Benefits…adds softness and shine


              10.  Olive Oil…Ingredients…1Tbsp honey, 2Tbsp olive oil

              • Benefits…attracts and holds onto water molecules…locks in moisture…prevents dryness of the scalp,hair breakage, split ends, and even fly-aways…produces soft and shiny hair…softens dry hair


              11.  Pumpkin…Ingredients…2Tbsp honey, 1C pumpkin puree

              • Benefits…rich in vitamins A and C, beta-carotene, potassium, and zinc.


              12.  Rhassoul Clay…Ingredients…¼C Rhassoul clay, 1Tbsp avocado oil, 70ml of water, a few drops of an essential oil like lavender

              • Benefits…adds shine and lustre to hair…decreases breakage…leaves your hair smooth, shiny, and stronger than ever before…restores moisture to hair…soothes irritated scalp conditions like dandruff