DIY Extra Hold White Tea and Ginger Hair Gel For A Defined Wash and Go

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Hair gel is probably one of the most problematic hair products because it comes with a ton of downsides like flaking, dryness, hardness, and the occasional crunchiness. Because of these cons, tons of women have started making their own hair gel from natural products and ingredients that can be found at most health food stores and online apothecaries.

Not only do you now know all of the ingredients you are putting in your hair, but you are eliminating most, if not all, of the downsides that come with hair gels and their unknown chemicals.

I recently followed the trend of making hair gel at home because I couldn’t find a product that wouldn’t leave my hair crunchy and hard after a wash and go. So I did my research and came up with a great DIY extra hold white tea and ginger gel for a soft, defined wash and go.

You Will Need: 

1 oz Marshmallow Root

6 oz Flax Seeds


1 oz Coconut Oil

1 Tbsp of Aloe Vera Gel

1 Tsp. Guar Gum

6 Cups of Water

Measuring cup

Strainer

Wooden Spoon

Glass Jar

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About Patrice Lechelle


Hi! My name is Patrice Lechelle, I'm a college student born and raised in Northern California, and I just recently started embracing my love for talking about all things fashion and beauty, especially hair. Throughout the years, I've tried my best to have a hand in both performance and visual arts, but creative and journalistic writing have always held the key to my heart. My hair became the unlikely teller of my story once I realized that every up and down in my life could be seen through my locs. From hard times leading to short cuts to purple hair ushering in my rebellious streak, my hair said it ALL. My goal is to use my knowledge and experiences to give my fellow Black women the best help, tips, and encouragement I can offer.

About Patrice Lechelle


Hi! My name is Patrice Lechelle, I'm a college student born and raised in Northern California, and I just recently started embracing my love for talking about all things fashion and beauty, especially hair. Throughout the years, I've tried my best to have a hand in both performance and visual arts, but creative and journalistic writing have always held the key to my heart. My hair became the unlikely teller of my story once I realized that every up and down in my life could be seen through my locs. From hard times leading to short cuts to purple hair ushering in my rebellious streak, my hair said it ALL. My goal is to use my knowledge and experiences to give my fellow Black women the best help, tips, and encouragement I can offer.

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