All Natural Hair Gel
Anyway, I decided to bring you guys a great homemade hair gel that is guaranteed to rock your world. Read below and thank me later!
• • • FLAXSEED GEL RECIPE • • •
• 1/4 cup flaxseeds (Found at your local health food store)
• 2 cups water
• Medium Pot
• Wire Mesh Strainer
• Bottle or Jar To Store Gel In
1) Pour flaxseed and water into a medium size pot and heat on the stove.
2) Bring to a boil and then allow to boil for about 5 minutes; stir often.
3) Pay close attention during this time because you don't want it to overflow. Adjust heat as you see fit.
4) After 5 minutes turn heat down to low. Continue stirring until mixture thickens. It should be the consistency of egg whites.
5) Remove gell from the heat when it's reached desired consistency.
6) Strain the mixture to remove all the seeds.
7) Once gel has cooled slightly pour it into a bottle or jar of your choice. You will need a funnel for this part. Allow to finish cooling and then put it in the fridge.
** This must be kept in the fridge
*** Add essential oils or fragrance if you like
Will you be trying this flaxseed gel recipe? Let us know in the comment section below.
Have a Good Hair Day and remember to Love Your Hair!!!
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-In excellent condition; healthy: Good Hair.
Welcome to Good Hair Diaries or GHD as I now like to refer to it. My name is Kavuli and I am passionate about DIY hair care. I decided to start this blog back in September of 2009 after reading an article written in the New York Times about natural ethnic hair. Being an African woman , I believed that I had something valuable to say to my community. It is possible to have the head of hair of your dreams with proper care and information. You can attain it all by yourself!
GHD cares about one type of hair only...HEALTHY HAIR! I love natural, transitioning, relaxed and locked hair, and my goal is to provide information to women of every hair group without bias. I have been relaxed, weaved, wigged, braided up and cut short. I am currently natural with near bra strap length curly hair. Follow me as I review products, interview the natural hair community, figure out a solid hair regimen, research ethnic hair care and ramble about all those things that make GOOD HAIR!