jemimafpassos wrote: »
I am Brazilian
At this point many cached will ask, "What is that?", "What's this about CMC?". The more arrivals in the kitchen will say: "One more thing for food to pass into the hair?". Well folks, one more!
Last week I discovered (a little late already) the CMC gel. At the beginning I was a little afraid of not giving anything, but the first application I surrendered! Super loved this stuff ... it's amazing too because it defines the curls.
Let the explanations: the CMC, or carboxymethylcellulose, a powder is usually used as a thickener for food, pies, pasta and even in soups and juices bag, and other applications.
But the case is that the CMC also found as a product for hair. I got the following recipe with curly and disseminator of the idea, Wera Souza, Channel SARARA Creole on YouTube.
CMC gel recipe:
200 ml of warm water
2 teaspoons of CMC
3 tablespoons leave in (your preference)
1 tablespoon vegetable oil (can be olive oil extra virgin olive oil, coconut oil, castor oil, argan oil ... what you have available)
How to make (super easy):
Place all ingredients in a blender, whisk a little until the consistency of a cream. Place in a container that is practical for you to use in everyday life, can be a pot with lid, cream jar empty bottle with valve or pump or even a spray bottle. Always keep the product in the refrigerator, with an expiration date undetermined.
Apply on the hair alone or as a finisher after you leave in or oil. Can let air dry or dry with a diffuser. You will notice that your hair is well Durinho, but after you dry gives a "broken" in bunches, squeezing the ends to roots and're ready! The definition lasts much!
katia.santos wrote: »
Hi Curly Sara,
you can buy cmc in stores which sell cake and/or ice cream decorating supplies.
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