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  1. sese21

    What if you don’t have apple cider vinegar but you have the requalr one and wahat if you don’t have olive oil but corn oil

    • Emily

      I wash my hair with just baking soda and white vinegar and it works great! My hair doesn’t start to look oily for 3-4 days between washes. So yes, regular vinegar works.

    • Liz

      Then go shopping.

    • Tara

      Apple cider vinegar has a pH close to the pH of your scalp. White vinegar is stronger than ACV and could leave your scalp too acidic. In addition, adding baking soda just straight onto the hair is a bad idea, baking soda is basic with a pH of 9. You scalp is around 4 (water is around 7). You could end up with an unbalanced pH and damage your hair if you use baking soda too often and don’t use it in a diluted version.

  2. Would olive oil make your hair greasy-looking?

    • Nicole

      Yes. If you use too much olive oil will leave your hair very oily. Use as recommended and you should be fine.

    • Taylor M

      I use extra virgin olive oil and poor very little into a cup. I scoop some olive oil out with the tip of my fingers and massage my whole scalp. If you put too much, it would be harder to take off later. I usually like to do this about 30 minutes before I go to sleep so that I could sleep with it overnight (I put a bun on and sleep on a towel) and, in the morning, I go straight to the shower and rinse it off then shampoo and condition my hair. I’m in love with it! My hair is so soft, it’s healthier, and a lot brighter/shinier. Although, it may take time in the shower so make sure you have time in the morning before you do anything. :)

  3. Christiana

    I use sunflower oil in my hair as a heat protectant. Before I blow-dry my hair I put
    about a teaspoon in my palms and rub it into damp hair. Then I go on and style as normal.

  4. Amanda

    Can you do all of these in one shower?

  5. Amanda

    Like… In the same setting lol.

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  7. Tanja

    I recommend trying virgin coconut oil for haircare, it smells lovely and the results are beyond awesome!
    My hair used to be an dry, endless void of split ends, but now it feels smooth and moisturized.
    Just put some coconut oil on your hands, rub it in your hair BEFORE showering and leave it be for an hour or two, wash well with shampoo (unless you want an oily look) and you’re done.

  8. Juliakaris

    I’ve been doing no poo for almost a year (baking soda and vinegar, although I was thinking about switching to ACV and you sealed the deal!) I have long hair, that’s curly in summer, and really wavy/big curls in winter (basically it’s not tight curls and is dependent on humidity.) my hair is really thick and pretty shiny. It could be softer though, as it’s course. I have eczema so my scalp is often flakey. Which treatment do you thinks is best for me?

  9. Ukulady's Man

    How about peanut butter?

  10. lakiesha

    Hello this lakiesha i wash my hair with Oliver oil and i want to know if it will grow your hair and does it really work

  11. Inês

    Does hair dye stay in the hair longer when you go no-poo?

  12. rachel

    i liked the egg and shampoo “recipe” but i didn’t know how much shampoo to use

  13. Dana

    Is it too much if I:
    1. Damp my hair then do the OLIVE OIL treatment.
    2. After an hour, shampoo my hair with BAKING SODA.
    3. After rinsing with water, finish with the VINEGAR rinse.

    I have all these ingredients in the kitchen.

  14. gee

    Warm up olive oil in the microwave and apply to roots massage head for 2 minutes and lie on your bed or couch with your head upside down this will cause blood flow to your scalp sit up slow you go dizzy off it but it works leave olive oil om hair for a hour :)

  15. Val

    This is what we do in India: Upuntil my mom’s generation, men and women used to apply coconut/sweet almond oil to hair and scalp and leave it on. Yes it was greasy, sticky but that’s how oldies maintained their luscious locks!

    This is what we newbies do today:
    - Apply generous amount of oil on hair and scalp the night before washing hair.
    - Put a shower cap (I have one reserved just for this purpose)
    - Lay a thick fabric or plastic sheet to cover the top surface of the pillow
    - sleep
    - Following morning wash hair

    By morning, my scalp would have absorbed all the nutrients from the oil but will still feel greasy. Double the amount of shampoo is needed to get rid of the oil. But, with this simple kitchen ingredient, hair can be oil-free:
    - soak fenugreek (“methi” in Hindi)seeds powder in water. How much do you need? It depends on the length of hair. For short hair, 1/2 teaspoon is enough. For medium hair, 3/4 tp and for long hair 1 tp is enough. The amount of water needed for soaking depends on the amount of water used to dilute shampoo.
    -Soaking time: at least an hour. I usually soak it at night and by morning powder becomes paste and doubles in quantity. Water is also sticky. Don’t worry this is beneficial to the root and scalp.
    - Do not filter or toss away the paste.
    - While in shower, mix in shampoo in the fenugreek mixture. Small amount of shampoo goes a long way.
    - One will notice how frothy the mixture becomes after adding shampoo.
    - Rub this liquid on scalp and hair. One will notice that less amount is required to wash hair.
    - I tend to wash my hair until my hair is oil free. I know this by simply touching my hair.
    - 1/2 tp of fenugreek powder + water + shampoo is enough for 2 people. My husband and I both have short hair.

    Where can you buy fenugreek seeds powder?
    - Indian stores sell fenugreek seeds AKA Methi dana (in Hindi; Methi= fenugreek, dana = seeds). They are small yellow seeds. Powder form is also sold in Indian stores. But, if you happen to get the seeds, grind to fine powder in a coffee grinder. But, clean the coffee grinder with vinegar and baking soda mixture to remove the smell and bitter taste. Otherwise your coffee will be bitter.

    All this looks like a lot of steps, but it you look at it:
    1. Oil hair the night before
    2. Take care that pillow and sheets don’t get stained with oil
    3. Soak fenugreek seeds powder in water the night before
    4. Wash hair in the morning by mixing in shampoo to the soaked mixture.

    Note: wash your hands with little bit of table salt to get rid of the smell and bitter taste.

    4 steps and thats a wrap!

  16. Zoe

    I’ve use mayonnaise into hair to help get really bad tangles out. When I was younger I hated to brush it, the smell wasn’t so graet but it really helped

  17. Beca

    What recipe did your friend follow for the maple syrup hair mask?

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