Learn How to Make Your Herbal Hair Growth Shampoo at Home.
By Tweets | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 4461 views
HOW TO MAKE YOUR HERBAL HAIR GROWTH SHAMPOO.
Natural hair by definition hasn't been altered by chemical straighteners, including relaxers and texturizers. Pressed hair may still be considered natural because once washed, the texture usually returns to its unaltered state.
Steps on how too prepare your natural hair shampoo.
Aloe vers gel
African black soap.
Step one:soak your black soap in cold water for 20-30minutes to dissolve.
Step two:Blend your onion with a blender but if you dont have one you can smash it with your mortal, add a little water to the smashed onion and squeeze out the juice.
Step three:In another nice bowel add the onion juice then add the olive oil and aloe vers gel mix them together very well. Then add your melted black soap to it and mix very well.
Step four :pour the mixture into a container don't cover, leave for 24hours before use.
Use this black shampoo for your natural hair and thank me later.
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