Homemade help?

Lo.CurlyLo.Curly Registered Users Posts: 14
just strated a new regime hoping my curls will be nourished and ahave a looong deep drink.
I put together a few simple ingredients and came out very satisfied.

Water and vinegar and grapseed oil.
Thats it.

I mixed it together in a spray bottle, shook, then sprayed on my hair as a leave-in.My hair now is soft, shiny and MOVES! My hair is ALOT less oily and it usually takes a week before my first wash. It's b
(I might put a video up for it)een a little over a week and my hair is still fresh!
But the only problem is the smell!
I put in a little Aussie Moist Conditioner it helped the problem a little and added a bit of moisture.

Any suggestions on how to make the smell not so strong?
I won't take any product suggestions I'm sorry but I'm too cheap for that!

Oils: Coconut, Grapeseed, Corn
Rinse: White Vinegar, Baking Soda
Condition: Aussie Moist
Detangle: Coconut oil, corn oil
LI: My own concoction
DC: Lustrasilk Shea Butter
PT: Aussie Hair Insurance

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  • AfroBuddhaDollAfroBuddhaDoll Registered Users Posts: 22
    Do you have any peppermint oil or Rosemary oil? Those are strong scents and good for the hair
    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]
    "Today you are you! That is truer than true! There is no one alive who is you-er than you!" - Dr. Seuss
    Hair Type: 4, Thick, Resistant, Coarse, Bleached (It is a Light Golden Blonde 8.3 - 9.3 w/10 as some highlights)
    Shampoo & Conditioner: Herbal Essence Totally Twisted w/Peppermint Oil. Currently Using Shimmering Lights for my Blonde.
    Favorite Brand: Now Solutions for Essential Oils and Extracts.
    Favorite Hair Styles: Pompadour Mohawk, 2nd Day Twist Out Fro.

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