Wednesday, November 20, 2013

TREATING SPLIT ENDS


Honey; it has moisturising properties, take 3 or 4 spoons of honey(depending on the volume of your hair) leave it on for around 30 minutes and wash off normally. you can also add honey with your regular conditioners for a soothing effect mixing equal parts of olive oil and honey also serves as a great natural conditioner.



CASTOR OIL:mix castor oil, olive oil and grape seed oil in equal proportions. massage this amalgamation of oils into hair wrap your hair with a towel and leave for around 30 minutes.have a normal hair wash.


EGG: take one or two egg yolk depending on your hair, beat it with 2 tablespoon of almond oil and apply on your hair. keep it on for an hour and wash away regularly. you can also beat 2 eggs and one banana and lemon juice into a paste, apply this mixture to the hair ends, wraps hair with a shower cap and leave it for 30 minutes.

OLIVE OIL:  our beloved olive oil never fails us for treating split ends, warm olive oil must be massaged into the hair, this acts as a deep conditioner. All you need to do is heat olive into your oven and then apply it, put on your shower cap and loaf around the house for around the house for around 30 minutes, wash your hair as as you do regularly.

41 comments:

  1. Wow! I never knew honey could be used for conditioner. You are doing a great job dear. Keep this coming because its so helpful. Love

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  2. Certainly going to warm up some olive oil this Sunday when I wash my hair.

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  3. It's sad that I've seen EVERY type of split end in my hair these last 2 months...smh

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  4. Never thought of these ideas... the honey and olive oil sounds great. Nice tips. :)

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    Stella

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  5. Good tips.. I will be ensuring I put the olive oil concentrating on the ends.
    Be careful with honey, works great in the Summer as it sucks the moisture out of the air and into your hair, however it doesn't work the same in the winter.

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  7. I just started including honey in my deep conditioner and my hair feels great afterwards. I however don't know if i would use it any time i deep condition as i read somewhere that it lightens the hair and my hair is not black in colour already. Nice post....

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  9. The tips you dey come up with baffles me self my sis. Na because of you I go have time give my hair now, honestly! Thanks for the tips...Love it. Keep up the good work ooo...:-)

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    1. you are welcome ma sister from another mother. abeg try to the take care of the hair small small. me too still the struggle because no easy.
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  10. Will give it a shot...the egg mixture
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  11. Wish I came back to your blog quicker lol. I just took down a protective style and I had so much split ends I took a scissors to them. Hate seeing my ends like this. Oohh well next time I know :) Thanks for the post.

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  13. These are great, I am going to definitely try these as my hair is getting dry from the cold weather. You have a great weekend flower XOXO

    Kizzy :)

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  14. I use honey mostly with conditioner ratio 1- 1 to deep cond. i love the curls it can give after rinsing it.

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    1. egg is really nice in treating split ends.

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  16. This will be my next step. Work the castor oil on those ends.

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  17. NEEDED THIS!! I bleached/dyed my hair and I think my ends are getting dry/split... Gotta lock in moisture!

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  18. I love using honey, especially with my pre-poo. It makes my hair so soft.

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  19. you are truly a wealth of information!

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