A Solution To Dead Ends! by Candace Marie - Musely
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A Solution To Dead Ends!

posted in Beauty > Hair
05/28/2014
  • My hair use to be badly damaged from straightening and coloring my hair constantly. Eventually, I told myself I will not color my hair for 6 months and see how it goes. My hair itself felt better, but it didn't a little boost....

  • So... I started using Coconut Oil.
    Coconut oil is EXTREMELY helpful! All I did was put coconut oil on my hair, focusing on my ends, then I wrapped my hair up in a shower cap. I let the coconut oil sit on my hair over night, then in the morning I shampooed my hair twice, just to get the oil out of my roots. After that, I cover my ends in conditioner and let it sit for about 2 mins. Rinse.

  • I let my hair dry. I saw results after the first treatment.
    Other than, soaking your hair in coconut oil, you can put a TINY amount on your hands, rub it into damp hair, focusing on your ends. This works too, but I prefer to let it soak overnight, or even for an hour.

  • You can buy coconut oil pretty much anywhere. I buy mine from Walmart.
    I recommend it for damaged hair. I am not a professional and every hair type and texture is different. I just know this worked for me, so I figured I would share.

    Also, coconut oil helped my hair grow a little faster. I started using it when I had shoulder length hair, now my hair is past my shoulder blades! I started this treatment in February 2014

  • I don't have any before and after photos. Sorry.

    Peace ✌️😘

  • I buy solid coconut oil, then melt it. Liquid is better. Also, it will get messy, so wear a shirt you don't care for, and cover your pillow with a towel.

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