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    • Frizzy Hair Remedy

      Need a frizzy hair remedy? Here's a wonderful treatment to condition your hair and help prevent those frizzy fly-aways that tend to occur in latter months of winter.

      You'll Need:
      1/2 c. conditioner (whatever brand you like, it doesn't have to be expensive)
      1/4 c. Honey
      1 T Almond Oil

      Combine the honey, conditioner and almond oil until smooth and completely blended, then apply to clean, wet hair making sure to get the ends completely coated, Wrap a towel around your hair and let set for 18-20 minutes. Rinse well, then style as usual.

      This works wonderfully for any hair type.
      ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / thandra
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      1. Jonig's Avatar
        Jonig -
        If you're allergic to almonds, do you have to use almond oil or can you use olive or coconut oil in its place? Do you know of any other recipes to control frizzy hair? Just curious, I find if I change products occasionally my hair seems to do better. Joni
      1. BevFrank's Avatar
        BevFrank -
        [QUOTE=Jonig;406433]If you're allergic to almonds, do you have to use almond oil or can you use olive or coconut oil in its place? Do you know of any other recipes to control frizzy hair? Just curious, I find if I change products occasionally my hair seems to do better. Joni[/Q

        Try using Mayonnaise on your hair. Slather it on, wrap a warm wet towel around your head for 20 minutes. Then shampoo as usual.. Be sure it is MAYONNAISE, IT'S MADE WITH OIL AND EGG!


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