Curls a mess? Tangles, knots and craziness happening all throughout your hair? Do you have fine hair? Do you have coarse hair? Is your hair dry matted and selfie unworthy?
You have come to the right place! Despite sounding like a played out infomercial, I am not selling anything but rather I am doing what I do best. I am about to share one of the best deep conditioners you can make for your curls or relaxed hair packed with light protein, humectants and tangle melting greatness.
Typically on a Sunday most of us decide to get a deep conditioning session in so I wanted to ensure that you had this recipe early so that you can try it today and every other week after today.
We have been talking about dry hair all week long, and with Winter on our heels it is time to start getting into the habit of adding things to our hair that will ensure that moisture lasts a long time and that our strands remain strong in the harsh environments it might be subjected to.
Additionally it is flat iron season so this one will come in handy right after you flat iron and right before. I will confess that I stole this recipe from Mini Marley last Summer and it has not failed me not one time.
What you will need
Mayonnaise – 3 Table spoons
Coconut Oil – 3 teaspoons
Conditioner as a base- You can use any conditioner but Mini Marley used Carol’s Daughter Moisture and Shine Hair Smoothie)
Honey – Eye ball the honey but 1 tablespoon should do the trick depending on how much hair you have.
Mix all the ingredients together until you have a nice thick paste that you will use on your hair in sections. You need to ensure that every strand, I repeat every strand is covered with your paste so that your entire head can feel the benefits.
You have two choices, you can decide to use a plastic cap and cover your hair for a couple of hours or you can do it my way and use a heat cap or over head dryer (with plastic cap) for about 20 minutes.
Wash your hair after you are done and style as usual! Check out Mini Marley as she demonstrates how to make the deep conditioner: