Friday, November 29, 2013

GO BANANAS!!!!!

 Bananas leaves your hair shiny, soft and much more manageable and healthy looking.

 Ingredients:
1 or 2 ripe bananas
1 egg white
2 tablespoons natural yoghurt
2 tablespoons honey

Directions:

Mash the bananas as much as you possibly can, or blend until you have very smooth consistency. you don't want chunks getting stuck in your hair.

whisk your egg white in a separate bowl then add yoghurt and honey to the whisked egg white, then add all these to the mashed bananas and mix very well.

Wash your hair as normal, then work the mixture to your hair thoroughly.

Put on a shower cap and let it sit for 30 minutes.

Rinse the mixture out of the hair and make sure there are no hidden bananas bits lingering in your hair.

use small conditioner to lightly wash your hair then rinse out.     

29 comments:

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  2. wow such a lovely post! great job x

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  3. inexpensive at all. love this recipe.
    thank you so much for your sweet comments. i appreciate them my dear.

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    1. pls do sis, its really very nice and easy to do.

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  5. ohh I really wish I can do this coz ve got very stubborn hair (though long) I can't stand the smell of egg on my hair... any other alternative?

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    1. you can add vinegar to the mixture to tone down the smell of egg.

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  6. really interesting post darling!
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  7. Interesting tip. I have heard a lot about eggs and honey help with nourishing the hair but didn't know bananas too. Thanks for sharing.

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  8. I like the simplicity of this hair recipe. I'm wearing a protective style currently but I will definitely be trying this :-)

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  9. This is amazing, i had no idea
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  10. Nice

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  11. Love the way u bring tips that work but we don't avert our minds to.thank u Uchenna.more grease to ur elbow,abi more ink to ur pen,or more ba3 to ur laptop.anyone sha,keep keeping on.

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    1. thank you well well my sister. make God bless you too plenty plenty.

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  12. Hmmm nice recipe. Pls which is Natural Yoghurt and where can I get it?

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    1. it is called plain yoghurt or you can use Greek yoghurt

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  13. This recipe looks delicious.
    If I make this I might end up eating it!
    Loll!

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    1. lol it really looks delicious.
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  14. thank you for your informations - I do not know

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  15. lol,.@make sure there are no bits of banana in your hair, I wonder how funny dat must look. Thank you for the tip, saw your blog in a comment you posted on Amaka hundeyin's blog. I'll def try this out after i take my braids off tomorrow, I've got natural hair too, will visit your blog more often now. Thanx for sharing dear.
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