EASY METHOD TO CLARIFY NATURAL HAIR

January 20, 2014

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Since I decided to have natural hair, I am constantly looking for tips and suggestions to keep my hair healthy. 
In the last period, where I wanted to "protect" my hair, I preferred to use my TREsemme conditioner knowing that it wasn't a 100% natural product. Now I am really looking to cleanse and re balance the PH of my hair.

For this reason I want to share with you the easiest tip and recipe to clarify hair: the famous apple cider vinegar rinse
The apple cider vinegar -also known as cider vinegar or ACV- is a type of vinegar made from cider and it has a medium to pale amber colour. It closes follicles and remove built up product on your scalp and your hair. Consequentially your hair will be shinier, with less tangles and 100% clean.

INSTRUCTIONS
Use a mixture of 1/3 apple cider vinegar and 2/3 of water. Start applying it on the scalp, massage for few minutes and then apply it on the rest of your hair. For an easy apply, use an empty spray or applicator bottle. Some prefer to use this rinse method before shampooing, others after. My suggestion is to try both ways and see which way is best for your own hair. Don't worry about the smell! You're gonna slightly smell the ACV while it's still in your damp hair; once the hair is dry, the smell is gone.

Did you ever tried the ACV rinse? What do you think about it?
Let me know!

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  2. I just recently started transitioning and I can't wait for my big chop! How long did you transition for?

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    1. Hi Gem! I transitioned for almost six months and then chopped it all off all by myself because I really wanted to discover my real pattern! During my transition, twists and braids really helped me A LOT! x

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  3. Did you give it a try? How did your hair feel afterwards?

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    1. Unfortunately here where I live right now is not easy to find ACV, so I'll have to order it online to have it and try it! As soon as I can put my hands on ut, I'll do a review! x

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