Stevie Dance | Mask Magic
I don’t usually post this stuff, but i was generally interested so I figured some of you might be too! Stylist Stevie Dance shares her magic hair mask recipe that she discovered while researching the practices of Kundalini yoga. See below…
1. Take oil (I like to use jojoba but almond oil works great here, too) and start by massaging it into the tips of your hair up to the roots.
2. Sit with your hair in the sun for 15 minutes, so it can warm up with the oil.
3. In a bowl, mix natural yogurt–best to pick one as close to whole-milk as possible–with a few healthy dashes of almond or jojoba oil, plus a scent of your choosing. I like to use lavender.
4. Layer the mask all over your hair, root to tip, and then cover your head with a towel.
5. Sit for an hour like this.
6. Wash it out with your normal shampoo and conditioner and let your hair dry naturally (rather than blow drying it). Give it a good brush with a high-quality bristle.
7. Presto! Heaven hair thanks to a little bit of dairy love.
Stevie notes: “Just as a heads up—the mixture feels kind of terrible in your hair for that hour under the towel. And if you are somewhere hot, it can also be prone to smelling not the best (hence the importance of a scented oil in the mix-up), but I think it is worth it. Afterwards, it feels as if someone has replaced your hair with yards of gold silk. Not bad for a bit of yogurt.”blog comments powered by Disqus