LI condish

What would happen if I put a teaspoon of honey into my homemade leave in condish?


  • RimiRimi Posts: 2,001Registered Users
    as long as dew points aren't too low, it shouldn't be a problem.
    21 y/o lifelong natural {4a-O ; spongy ; coarse ; dense ; MBL stretched}

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  • earthnutearthnut Posts: 226Registered Users
    Honey is a humectant so of the humidity is very high our very low, it might cause frizz, otherwise it should be fine.

    2c/3a-M-ii porous, good elasticity, APL, dark brown with a silver lining. Biggest enemy: frizz!
  • forestwillowforestwillow Posts: 68Registered Users
    Thanks to both of you!
  • naturallycreolenaturallycreole Posts: 112Registered Users
    Keep a journal to document. If you are using other products and things don't go as you planned, you can identify the true culprit. Trial and error 'cause no two heads plus individual environments are the same. I suggest testing a small section first.

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