Hello Good People!
Today, I decided to create my very own hair soufflé…and I think I did a decent job. This in the long run is going to be a more natural and least expensive approach when doing my hair. I like this method because I can visually see what is being used to create this little masterpiece. 🙂
What you will need:
4-6 oz of Shea butter
3 -4 oz of coconut oil
hand mixer and mixing bowl
Now…the ingredients on a website I viewed said that corn starch is optional and that you may use a essential oil…I didn’t use either today.
I did add about 5 drops of Jamaican black castor oil and sweet almond oil to my soufflé . I
I warmed up my Shea butter for 30 seconds in the microwave. I put it in my mixing bowl and blended it out until it became creamy.
I then added my coconut oil, sweet almond oil, and then my Jamaican black castor oil. I blended with the hand mixer for about 3- 4 minutes until I was able to obtain a fluffy consistency.
Here are my results! 🙂
I actually saved my old containers to store my soufflé in, or you can just buy cute mason jars to store it. My soufflé is cooling in a cool and dark place -the fridge…I expect it to go on really nice while I’m doing my flexi rods again.
Whip yourself some up and tell me how you did yours! 🙂
Peace and Blessings,
Random Mixed Chick