Greek Yogurt Hair Mask
1 cup of greek yogurt. Greek yogurt works well for this hair mask due to its creamy texture and consistency. Yogurt in general has lots of anti-fungal bacterial that will naturally cleanse your tresses. Also, the protein in yogurt strengthens your hair, which helps your curls stay curly and controls fly-away frizzies.
2 - 3 tablespoons of olive oil for shine and moisture.
1 egg for shine and moisture. This is optional.
5 drops of vitamin E to help heal damaged hair and promote hair growth. Vitamin E is important to the cell membranes in your hair follicles in order for hairs to grow properly.
3 drops of rosemary essential oil, which also promotes hair growth and j smells great!
*This mask is all natural therefore, it can be used monthly to help smooth away frizzy relaxed or natural hair!
Q:Hey Fran!! So I've been following your hair regimen for a couple of months and love it!! I just saw your new regimen video and was wondering why you switched from Shea Moisture Deep Treatment Masque to the Anti-Breakage Masque?? Thanks again!!
Hey! I’m glad you love it <3 And thank you for watching! I switched to the Anti-breakage masque because I like the consistency way more! It has more water in it so it moisturizes and penetrates deeper than the Deep Treatment Masque.
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Q:Hey Fran ! Can I substitute the raw honey with Jamaican Black Castor Oil in your DIY Deep Treatment ?
Hey :) Absolutely!
For those who missed my DIY Deep Treatment, watch here.
Q:Hey Fran!!! Im in love with your blog and you!!! You're amazing! I decided to try out your all natural DIY winter deep conditioner and there is quite a lot of it left over, so my question is how long will it stay fresh for before i need to throw it away? xo
Hey! Thank you :) How did your hair like it?? Unfortunately, because of the avocado and banana the mixture goes bad pretty quickly! I usually make just enough to use on the spot. My suggestion is to cut the measurements in half next time! Thanks for trying it <3
For those who missed the DIY deep treatment video, click here.
Q:Hi Fran! I was reading on BGLH about apple cider rinses in lieu of shampoos. My question is: I like to do my deep conditoner before I clarify or wash my hair. So, would it be dring to my hair if I do the deep conditioner first then wash with apple cider vinegar? What do you suggest? Thanks!
Hey! It would be a bit of a waste of deep conditioner to use it before clarifying your hair. The process of clarifying is to strip your hair (removing what your shampoo/conditioner may have missed) and scalp of product. You would essentially be applying the DC just to remove it. Because clarifying can be slightly drying, it would make way more sense (hair and pocket wise) to deep condition afterwards. But, as I always say, everyone’s hair is different. Try both methods and see which one your hair responds to best. Hope that helps!
Here’s my video on Clarifying hair, in case you missed it.