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Mini Marley Made A Video On How To Create A Quick Diy Deep Natural Hair Conditioner… And I’m So Glad Because Watch How Easy It Is.


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This video is a homemade hair conditioner for natural hair. Deep conditioning is something that should be done regularly to keep the hair moist and happy. You will find many different store bought versions of deep conditioners but, there are benefits to creating your own including knowing what ingredients that are part of your mixture.

If you’re new to the diy conditioner concept then I’ll be honest with you, not everyone will find this idea appealing; after all you are adding egg, mayo, and honey these are items we eat. I can understand if some of you, if not all of you, find this a bit disgusting. Try to stick to it nonetheless the result will far outweigh the disgust.

The really cool thing about diy conditioners is that they can be made from very basic kitchen stuffs like: mayo, honey, avocado etc… The idea is that your creativity is not stymied, but at the same time don’t go crazy with it. The main point is to have beautiful, bouncy and healthy hair that doesn’t cost you a lot of money. Just keep in mind, what you save on money-wise will be spent on time.

In this video, Mini Marley shows how to make conditioner that will help keep your hair moisturize and shiny. We all know how important that is. I’ve posted some before and after pictures of her result below so feel free to check them out. What is your homemade deep conditioner made out of?


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