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Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Fri Feb 16, 2018 8:05 pm

I have curly hair, when I was little my hair was much blonder and it was that kind of soft curly hair people liked to touch lol, very soft as it would go down my face if long enough, some years ago when I was 12\13 my hair evolved to this http://d2s9ix2b4sctqt.cloudfront.net/big/265505.jpg

Now my hair is much crinkly and will just be a mess if making it long, I'd like to have it so that it can go down my shoulders but it's just a mess and will just seem horrible when growing past a certain point. Is it possible to make my hair beautiful as it was when I was a kid? or just make it much better.. I don't use any shampoo and havent used anything other than water on my hair from a lot of time but I've got some dry scalp which makes a mess when I rub my hair as little white things fall in the air when I do it(not dancruff tho) and I should use for some coconut oil for that I think.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby T.A.O.L. » Sat Feb 17, 2018 11:37 pm

heya,

I used to have (and still would) very curly hair as a kid when I had it cut really short. With time I grew my hair longer to fit in with the other girls of my class or something and now it is more wavy than curly.

Maybe thats the same with you.

You can use oils (and use enough of em in your diet) to balance your skin and help the dry scalp. Also drinking enough water should be helpful too.
And I think you mean putting coconut oil on your scalp, yeah that seems alright, hps shannon has mentioned this in another post as well.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby luis » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:03 am

T.A.O.L. wrote:heya,

I used to have (and still would) very curly hair as a kid when I had it cut really short. With time I grew my hair longer to fit in with the other girls of my class or something and now it is more wavy than curly.

Maybe thats the same with you.

You can use oils (and use enough of em in your diet) to balance your skin and help the dry scalp. Also drinking enough water should be helpful too.
And I think you mean putting coconut oil on your scalp, yeah that seems alright, hps shannon has mentioned this in another post as well.


I want to add to this if you want to put oil in your hair as a treatment you should leave It for how long you want (15 minutes to whenever) and then wash It with shampoo to get rid of the excess. If you are scared that you can't find a good shampoo look in the internet for (shampoo ecobio, se hai la Lydle vicina ci sono quelli della Cien che hanno buoni ingredienti e non sono aggressivi, guarda comunque su internet).

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby natalie_lion's_heart » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:32 am

If you don't mind chemicals you could consider getting it permanently keratin straightened at the hair salon. Sometimes I have it done just to make my hair lower maintenance, like for going on vacation, it's not damaging in my opinion.
Plus, my kinda wavy haired friend does it every 6 months and it turns out really nice. You'd have to go to the hairdresser and ask about your options though.
Also she has longer hair so her hair weighs the roots down - you might have to do it every 3 months for shorter hair regrowth. From what I know, the process adds hair protein into the hair shaft as curlier hair is much more porous than straight hair.
I hope I helped!
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Sun Feb 18, 2018 12:09 pm

luis wrote:
T.A.O.L. wrote:heya,

I used to have (and still would) very curly hair as a kid when I had it cut really short. With time I grew my hair longer to fit in with the other girls of my class or something and now it is more wavy than curly.

Maybe thats the same with you.

You can use oils (and use enough of em in your diet) to balance your skin and help the dry scalp. Also drinking enough water should be helpful too.
And I think you mean putting coconut oil on your scalp, yeah that seems alright, hps shannon has mentioned this in another post as well.


I want to add to this if you want to put oil in your hair as a treatment you should leave It for how long you want (15 minutes to whenever) and then wash It with shampoo to get rid of the excess. If you are scared that you can't find a good shampoo look in the internet for (shampoo ecobio, se hai la Lydle vicina ci sono quelli della Cien che hanno buoni ingredienti e non sono aggressivi, guarda comunque su internet).
T.A.O.L. wrote:heya,

I used to have (and still would) very curly hair as a kid when I had it cut really short. With time I grew my hair longer to fit in with the other girls of my class or something and now it is more wavy than curly.

Maybe thats the same with you.

You can use oils (and use enough of em in your diet) to balance your skin and help the dry scalp. Also drinking enough water should be helpful too.
And I think you mean putting coconut oil on your scalp, yeah that seems alright, hps shannon has mentioned this in another post as well.
Thank you, shampoo and oil are a must since I gotta leave it moist. A shampoo I used which has no sulfates is no poo decadence, strange name i must say lol.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Sun Feb 18, 2018 12:11 pm

natalie_lion's_heart wrote:If you don't mind chemicals you could consider getting it permanently keratin straightened at the hair salon. Sometimes I have it done just to make my hair lower maintenance, like for going on vacation, it's not damaging in my opinion.
Plus, my kinda wavy haired friend does it every 6 months and it turns out really nice. You'd have to go to the hairdresser and ask about your options though.
Also she has longer hair so her hair weighs the roots down - you might have to do it every 3 months for shorter hair regrowth. From what I know, the process adds hair protein into the hair shaft as curlier hair is much more porous than straight hair.
I hope I helped!
Thank you, but I wanna keep it curly or at least wavy when it’s long, did I mention I am a man? Lol
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby natalie_lion's_heart » Sun Feb 18, 2018 2:20 pm

Aquarius wrote:
natalie_lion's_heart wrote:If you don't mind chemicals you could consider getting it permanently keratin straightened at the hair salon. Sometimes I have it done just to make my hair lower maintenance, like for going on vacation, it's not damaging in my opinion.
Plus, my kinda wavy haired friend does it every 6 months and it turns out really nice. You'd have to go to the hairdresser and ask about your options though.
Also she has longer hair so her hair weighs the roots down - you might have to do it every 3 months for shorter hair regrowth. From what I know, the process adds hair protein into the hair shaft as curlier hair is much more porous than straight hair.
I hope I helped!
Thank you, but I wanna keep it curly or at least wavy when it’s long, did I mention I am a man? Lol


Of course there are many different levels of keratin treatments and guys get them too!
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Stormblood » Sun Feb 18, 2018 3:35 pm

Aquarius, non so che shampoo hai intenzione di comprare. In caso ti volevo dire che lo shampoo alla camomilla della Schulz non ha alcun componente chimico dannoso al suo interno e costa poco (€2-3). Lo trovi in qualunque supermercato, in teoria. Inoltre, la camomilla col tempo schiarisce i capelli ed è anche utile per chi ha i capelli biondi perché mantiene il biondo vivo e luminoso.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby luis » Sun Feb 18, 2018 4:42 pm

Stormblood wrote:Aquarius, non so che shampoo hai intenzione di comprare. In caso ti volevo dire che lo shampoo alla camomilla della Schulz non ha alcun componente chimico dannoso al suo interno e costa poco (€2-3). Lo trovi in qualunque supermercato, in teoria. Inoltre, la camomilla col tempo schiarisce i capelli ed è anche utile per chi ha i capelli biondi perché mantiene il biondo vivo e luminoso.


Vero, non so come non mi sia ricordato di questo.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Sun Feb 18, 2018 6:33 pm

Stormblood wrote:Aquarius, non so che shampoo hai intenzione di comprare. In caso ti volevo dire che lo shampoo alla camomilla della Schulz non ha alcun componente chimico dannoso al suo interno e costa poco (€2-3). Lo trovi in qualunque supermercato, in teoria. Inoltre, la camomilla col tempo schiarisce i capelli ed è anche utile per chi ha i capelli biondi perché mantiene il biondo vivo e luminoso.
Thank you, even though I am not gonna buy what you suggested by looking for it I found an even better shampoo and conditioner lol it's called sheamoisture, seeing the ingredients was very satisfying
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Stormblood » Mon Feb 19, 2018 7:47 am

Do you mean this brand?

I'm checking the ingredients of hair products and I'm wondering if Steryl Stearate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol and Cetyl Alcohol are safe to put on one's scalp. These products seem to have those ingredients:

https://www.sheamoisture.com/sheamoistu ... ioner.html
https://www.sheamoisture.com/tea-tree-o ... -wash.html (this also has behentrimonium methosulfate and other chemicals I don't know about)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/maracuja-s ... -wash.html (same as the other 4 in 1 product)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/bay-laurel ... -wash.html (same as both other 4 in 1 products)

Can someone clarify?

Since we are there, I want to also inquire about my shampoo. These ingredients are what make me doubtful: Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride. Here is the full list: http://www.schultz.it/prodotti/ravvivan ... ngredienti

Thank you in advance.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby T.A.O.L. » Mon Feb 19, 2018 3:51 pm

In the past kinds of smelling waters was used to wash the hair with at hairdressers, to remove the cigarette smell from the hair. Those waters also contain alcohol, and I think they can be possibly stripping the hair of oils.
Alcohol.. is I think in proper english called ethol or ethanol or something. You have methol which is methane with an OH group. This is methol thing is poisonous and should not be consumed.


Stormblood wrote:Do you mean this brand?

I'm checking the ingredients of hair products and I'm wondering if Steryl Stearate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol and Cetyl Alcohol are safe to put on one's scalp. These products seem to have those ingredients:

https://www.sheamoisture.com/sheamoistu ... ioner.html
https://www.sheamoisture.com/tea-tree-o ... -wash.html (this also has behentrimonium methosulfate and other chemicals I don't know about)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/maracuja-s ... -wash.html (same as the other 4 in 1 product)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/bay-laurel ... -wash.html (same as both other 4 in 1 products)

Can someone clarify?

Since we are there, I want to also inquire about my shampoo. These ingredients are what make me doubtful: Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride. Here is the full list: http://www.schultz.it/prodotti/ravvivan ... ngredienti

Thank you in advance.


I think the hydroxypropyltrimonium chloride.. propane is I think an oil component, like ethane, methane, etc. These can be aquired by distilling that black oil everyone is so happy about and is used for all kinds of fuel, like kerosine, gasoline, etc.
Propyl basicly means that it is not the full form of propane, that there is a H missing (I had to look it up its been a while since I had chemistry lessons) and something else is just attached in this place.
Hydroxy implies water, I have no idea what tri (3) monium is, to be honest, but it seems to me to be some kind of fluid, that contains chloride.
I dont think chloride in itself is great for the skin though.

If you want to know what it is exactly I think you'll have to do a search on wikipedia or something.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Mon Feb 19, 2018 5:30 pm

Stormblood wrote:Do you mean this brand?

I'm checking the ingredients of hair products and I'm wondering if Steryl Stearate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol and Cetyl Alcohol are safe to put on one's scalp. These products seem to have those ingredients:

https://www.sheamoisture.com/sheamoistu ... ioner.html
https://www.sheamoisture.com/tea-tree-o ... -wash.html (this also has behentrimonium methosulfate and other chemicals I don't know about)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/maracuja-s ... -wash.html (same as the other 4 in 1 product)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/bay-laurel ... -wash.html (same as both other 4 in 1 products)

Can someone clarify?

Since we are there, I want to also inquire about my shampoo. These ingredients are what make me doubtful: Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride. Here is the full list: http://www.schultz.it/prodotti/ravvivan ... ngredienti

Thank you in advance.
I don’t think we are gonna have shampoos that contain just pure natural ingredients for a long time, so just use the best u can find.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Stormblood » Tue Feb 20, 2018 12:03 pm

Aquarius wrote:
Stormblood wrote:Do you mean this brand?

I'm checking the ingredients of hair products and I'm wondering if Steryl Stearate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol and Cetyl Alcohol are safe to put on one's scalp. These products seem to have those ingredients:

https://www.sheamoisture.com/sheamoistu ... ioner.html
https://www.sheamoisture.com/tea-tree-o ... -wash.html (this also has behentrimonium methosulfate and other chemicals I don't know about)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/maracuja-s ... -wash.html (same as the other 4 in 1 product)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/bay-laurel ... -wash.html (same as both other 4 in 1 products)

Can someone clarify?

Since we are there, I want to also inquire about my shampoo. These ingredients are what make me doubtful: Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride. Here is the full list: http://www.schultz.it/prodotti/ravvivan ... ngredienti

Thank you in advance.
I don’t think we are gonna have shampoos that contain just pure natural ingredients for a long time, so just use the best u can find.


or we make them, paying cents instead of paying euros.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Wed Feb 21, 2018 6:14 am

Stormblood wrote:
Aquarius wrote:
Stormblood wrote:Do you mean this brand?

I'm checking the ingredients of hair products and I'm wondering if Steryl Stearate, Stearyl Alcohol, Glyceryl Stearate, Benzyl Alcohol and Cetyl Alcohol are safe to put on one's scalp. These products seem to have those ingredients:

https://www.sheamoisture.com/sheamoistu ... ioner.html
https://www.sheamoisture.com/tea-tree-o ... -wash.html (this also has behentrimonium methosulfate and other chemicals I don't know about)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/maracuja-s ... -wash.html (same as the other 4 in 1 product)
https://www.sheamoisture.com/bay-laurel ... -wash.html (same as both other 4 in 1 products)

Can someone clarify?

Since we are there, I want to also inquire about my shampoo. These ingredients are what make me doubtful: Ammonium Lauryl Sulfate, Disodium Cocoamphodiacetate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Hydroxypropyltrimonium Chloride. Here is the full list: http://www.schultz.it/prodotti/ravvivan ... ngredienti

Thank you in advance.
I don’t think we are gonna have shampoos that contain just pure natural ingredients for a long time, so just use the best u can find.


or we make them, paying cents instead of paying euros.
that’s a great idea, but how the fuck do we make a high quality one? I have no idea
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Stormblood » Wed Feb 21, 2018 8:26 am

Aquarius wrote:
Stormblood wrote:
Aquarius wrote: I don’t think we are gonna have shampoos that contain just pure natural ingredients for a long time, so just use the best u can find.


or we make them, paying cents instead of paying euros.
that’s a great idea, but how the fuck do we make a high quality one? I have no idea


Check the SS Health group on yahoo. There are same recipes shared by Johnson Akemi, Lydia and maybe even HPS Shannon and others.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Centralforce666 » Thu Apr 05, 2018 12:17 am

The quality of the hair depends on the health of the Kidney system, as described in TCM theory. This does not necessarily pertain exactly to the kidney organs but there is an overlap.

The Kidneys are responsible for a significant number of important body functions including the regulation of blood composition which affects how and which nutrients reach the external tissues to support ancillary structures such as hair.

One can only achieve so much by applying external oils and creams - the true secret to beautiful hair is good kidney health.

Apart from daily qi Gong, yoga and meditation practice with storage of qi in the sacral chakra (corresponding to the Ming Men or fire of the gate of life between the Kidneys), there are some internal herbal tonics one can take such as He Shou Wu or Fallopia Multiflorum. This supplement is very heavy in terms of energetics and strongly nourishes the Kidney Yin and Liver Blood to support beautiful hair and nourish the scalp to address dryness (dandruff).

This herbal supplement has been known to cause acute liver injury in certain people and anyone with a diagnosed liver issue such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, pancreatitis, gall stones or gall bladder issues and any portal hypertension or obstruction issues should avoid this supplement altogether.

White peony is another, milder and more safe alternative however its effects on hair quality will take much longer then those of He Shou Wu.

The reason hair is beautiful when we are young is this is when the Kidneys are pouring their essence into the body to stimulate growth, and the excessive nature of this outpouring reflects in the external body through the acuity of the senses and brain function (as in imagination), abundant energy, ravenous appetite and of course beautiful hair.

For males, the Kidneys work in 8 year cycles, with the most abundant kidney maturation occurring between years 0-16, after which the process becomes slower and at 24 (after the third cycle) the only maturation left is that of the brain. At 32 the body is complete and some theorists contend that immediately following this is the declination phase, wherein the body starts to slow down and four cycles later (64 years old) there is rapid loss of function and the extent of one's life thereafter is but a blessing.

This idea is very fatalistic and rules out meditative practices, particular those of stretching and breath work which do not extend the cycles of the Kidneys but they may add additional available cycles to prolong life.

As for the ingredients of shampoo..

The skin is impermeable to everything bar water, alcohol and molecules of similar size.

Many of the things that enter via the skin end up in lymph vessels first before reaching the systemic circulation.

Many of these chemicals, if ingested would be highly toxic, even deadly however given the limited time they are left in your hair, the small likelihood of absorption directly through the scalp (depending on scalp health) and the amount of dilution by water if these shampoos are applied in a shower or bath means that the minute amounts which reach the bloodstream would be easily and quickly metabolised to non toxic products by the liver. Only if there were heavy metal portions of these molecules is it likely that the toxicity thereof could build up in the body however the reactivity of these molecules in the blood, their attachment to blood proteins and their collection or *magnetism* to attract heavy metals and other blood products has not been extensively studied nor understood.

Anything the liver has to detoxify borrows from the energy ingested by food or, in the case of lethal products from the pre-birth energies of the Kidneys to some degree and so the cumulative effect of the detoxification of these chemicals depends on many factors, some of which are individual and some of which pertain specifically to the chemical properties of the individual chemicals mentioned.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Thu Apr 05, 2018 1:43 pm

Centralforce666 wrote:The quality of the hair depends on the health of the Kidney system, as described in TCM theory. This does not necessarily pertain exactly to the kidney organs but there is an overlap.

The Kidneys are responsible for a significant number of important body functions including the regulation of blood composition which affects how and which nutrients reach the external tissues to support ancillary structures such as hair.

One can only achieve so much by applying external oils and creams - the true secret to beautiful hair is good kidney health.

Apart from daily qi Gong, yoga and meditation practice with storage of qi in the sacral chakra (corresponding to the Ming Men or fire of the gate of life between the Kidneys), there are some internal herbal tonics one can take such as He Shou Wu or Fallopia Multiflorum. This supplement is very heavy in terms of energetics and strongly nourishes the Kidney Yin and Liver Blood to support beautiful hair and nourish the scalp to address dryness (dandruff).

This herbal supplement has been known to cause acute liver injury in certain people and anyone with a diagnosed liver issue such as hepatitis, cirrhosis, pancreatitis, gall stones or gall bladder issues and any portal hypertension or obstruction issues should avoid this supplement altogether.

White peony is another, milder and more safe alternative however its effects on hair quality will take much longer then those of He Shou Wu.

The reason hair is beautiful when we are young is this is when the Kidneys are pouring their essence into the body to stimulate growth, and the excessive nature of this outpouring reflects in the external body through the acuity of the senses and brain function (as in imagination), abundant energy, ravenous appetite and of course beautiful hair.

For males, the Kidneys work in 8 year cycles, with the most abundant kidney maturation occurring between years 0-16, after which the process becomes slower and at 24 (after the third cycle) the only maturation left is that of the brain. At 32 the body is complete and some theorists contend that immediately following this is the declination phase, wherein the body starts to slow down and four cycles later (64 years old) there is rapid loss of function and the extent of one's life thereafter is but a blessing.

This idea is very fatalistic and rules out meditative practices, particular those of stretching and breath work which do not extend the cycles of the Kidneys but they may add additional available cycles to prolong life.

As for the ingredients of shampoo..

The skin is impermeable to everything bar water, alcohol and molecules of similar size.

Many of the things that enter via the skin end up in lymph vessels first before reaching the systemic circulation.

Many of these chemicals, if ingested would be highly toxic, even deadly however given the limited time they are left in your hair, the small likelihood of absorption directly through the scalp (depending on scalp health) and the amount of dilution by water if these shampoos are applied in a shower or bath means that the minute amounts which reach the bloodstream would be easily and quickly metabolised to non toxic products by the liver. Only if there were heavy metal portions of these molecules is it likely that the toxicity thereof could build up in the body however the reactivity of these molecules in the blood, their attachment to blood proteins and their collection or *magnetism* to attract heavy metals and other blood products has not been extensively studied nor understood.

Anything the liver has to detoxify borrows from the energy ingested by food or, in the case of lethal products from the pre-birth energies of the Kidneys to some degree and so the cumulative effect of the detoxification of these chemicals depends on many factors, some of which are individual and some of which pertain specifically to the chemical properties of the individual chemicals mentioned.
thank you very much, this is very informative:)
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby alek » Fri Oct 12, 2018 3:59 pm

At one time though I was not sexually active at all for almost 7 months.
I was physically active running everyday and working out 2 hours on weekends, and from I remember I had close to no trouble from keep away sexually.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Fri Oct 12, 2018 5:51 pm

Soo, I am growing my hair long, i havent cut it from quite a lot(quit a lot for me is months lol) and it's very similar to this Image I am never gonna cut it again. My objective is to get it like similar to the one of salvatore mundi Image
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby alek » Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:09 pm

wrong thread.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Fri Oct 12, 2018 6:35 pm

alek wrote:wrong thread.

yea man lol
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Fri Dec 14, 2018 7:09 pm

My hair is getting beautiful, it's now soft and long in 2-3 years it will be exactly like the one of brian may when he was younger. My hair doesent need anything anymore, no dry scalp anymore, no need for shampoos, they're just completely healed from years of ruining them with shampoos and shit chemicals. great :D
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby MaRa666 » Sat Dec 15, 2018 9:49 pm

Aquarius wrote:My hair is getting beautiful, it's now soft and long in 2-3 years it will be exactly like the one of brian may when he was younger. My hair doesent need anything anymore, no dry scalp anymore, no need for shampoos, they're just completely healed from years of ruining them with shampoos and shit chemicals. great :D


You can try a mask

50% apple cider vinegar and 50% clean water, Put that in a bottle or whatever, shake, add xanthangummi, shake and done. It really give a nice shiny hair.

Leave it for 20 minute and no more then once a week.
The xanthangummi is needed to create a gel consistence.

Try it out if you want, i do it myself. Also, it works as a mask for the skin too, antibacterial and calming.
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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Lydia » Sun Dec 16, 2018 7:28 am

@Aquarius, and anyone else with thick and wavy/curly hair. Try adding a dab of olive oil to your hands and run them through your hair. This will add gloss, define curls, prevent/heal spilt ends, and make long hair less likely to break from brushing. Don't add too much or your hair will look oily of course. This is best done when hair is still damp from the shower, it might not distribute evenly if hair is dry.

For those with fine/thin/straight hair, a dab of coconut oil will help without weighing it down.

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Re: Changing your hair type?

Postby Aquarius » Sun Dec 16, 2018 8:51 am

MaRa666 wrote:
Aquarius wrote:My hair is getting beautiful, it's now soft and long in 2-3 years it will be exactly like the one of brian may when he was younger. My hair doesent need anything anymore, no dry scalp anymore, no need for shampoos, they're just completely healed from years of ruining them with shampoos and shit chemicals. great :D


You can try a mask

50% apple cider vinegar and 50% clean water, Put that in a bottle or whatever, shake, add xanthangummi, shake and done. It really give a nice shiny hair.

Leave it for 20 minute and no more then once a week.
The xanthangummi is needed to create a gel consistence.

Try it out if you want, i do it myself. Also, it works as a mask for the skin too, antibacterial and calming.
I will think about it:)
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