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Easiest Way To Make Okra Hair Gel For Kinky Curly Hair That You Definitely Didn’t Know Before Today

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Okra is known to be used as a shampoo, conditioner, hair gel, and setting lotion; which makes it very versatile. Personally, I like to use it as a conditioner. I find that it leaves my hair moist and ready to style right after a wash. Something else to keep in mind, okra is full of fiber, niacin, thiamin, magnesium, copper, zinc, calcium, folic acid, vitamin B6, vitamin K, vitamin C and riboflavin. The seeds contain oil and protein which is enriched with amino acids. Read more

Today’s video is little different, you’ll see what I mean soon. I share this for the sake of being creative. It’s not so much the bun hairstyle, which I must say looks gorgeous, but for the way this gel was prepared. This is also for those that are vegan and want alternative to the usual hair products that are available. Here is the video:

You can get almost the same result by using flax seed gel and it’s vegan as well, however that depends on what works best for your natural hair texture. There are many different ways to style your hair and this is just one of them. You can still enjoy yourself even though the straining process seems dreary. Have fun making this and be sure to come back here to tell us about your experience. Even if you’re not interested in making this mixture, we can still talk about that bun and how awesome it looks?

Here is the hair gel recipe:

– 6 Okra pods

– 1-2 Tbs Marshmallow Root

– 1 cup of Water

– Drops Peppermint Oil

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