Listen honey*, do not blame me, blame science but low key if you ever catch me putting any pancake syrup or ketchup in my hair just pull me around the corner and feel free to shake me a little.
All jokes aside there are few things in the kitchen we have all tried in our hair with great results. Eggs, yogurt, avocado and coconut* milk just to name a few.
With that said, this list of ‘foods’ will seem weird at first but with a little stretch of the imagination, it will be at least interesting to know. Here are 8 weird food items you can use in your hair:
1. Peanut Butter
Peanut butter has peanuts which is full of protein and a ton of fat which is actually awesome for your hair. We would suggest that you skip the crunchy brand because why would you want peanut chunks in your hair any way?
To do a peanut butter mask all you need to do is add creamy peanut butter to the hair, massage it in, throw on a plastic cap and let it marinate.
Shampoo your hair thoroughly after your time is up and consider your hair protein treated. We have to mention if you have peanut allergies, this is not the mask for you.
Do not use your good stuff because I do not want any problems when Friday night rolls around and the people who are of age are looking for their liquor.
Vodka when used in your shampoo can seal your cuticles, eliminate frizz and adjust the pH of your hair which is the exact opposite of what sulfate shampoo actually does.
3. Pancake Syrup
Yes, pancake syrup! Listen do not turn your nose up if you are that girl that adds honey to her deep conditioner*. I would not say Mrs Butterworth is comparable to natural honey* but it does have humectant properties much like organic honey does which is great for moisture retention.
This one I have heard of before but like most of these I have never personally tried it. Aspirin can be added to your shampoo to eliminate dandruff and get rid of excessive buildup. Crush the aspirin before adding it to your shampoo, and wash as you would normally!