2009 m. kovo 2 d., pirmadienis
***1-2 saukstus jojobos aliejaus sumaisyti su puodeliu alaus,sutepti,ismasazuoti ir skalaut
Select herbal shampoo (i.e. chamomile, lavender or rosemary)
Heat 1 1/2 cups of regular beer to boil
Boil until beer reduces to a 1/4 cup
Mix beer into 3/4 full shampoo bottle (no water necessary)
Massage well into wet scalp
Wait for 2 minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water
BEER CONDITIONING RINSE
Grab old can/bottle of flat, stale beer
Pour beer over hair
Do not rinse
Allow contents to soak into hair
Lightly towel-dry hair
Wait for beer to set
Beer Hair Rinse
1 oz distilled or clean catch rain water
2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar
7 drops lemon essential oil
1 ounce beer (stale works fine)
5 drops rosemary essential oil
5 drops calendula essential oil (optional, but recommended for blondes)
Mix all ingredients together. Use as a final rinse, rinse well. Beer adds protein to make hair shiny and make it feel thicker.
1/2 cup - Dark Beer
1/4 cup - Apple Cider Vinegar
1/2 tsp - Rosemary Essential Oil
Instructions:You need to use a dark beer for this recipe. Light beers don't give the same body and shine to hair that a dark beer does. You also want the beer to be mostly flat. The carbonation isn't great for your strands, but a little doesn't hurt.
Mix the beer, vinegar and essential oil together in a container. Mix very well. If possible, put in a lidded container and shake well to truly mix. I pour the mixture into a glass measuring cup to make it easier to use.
Shampoo, rinse, condition, and rinse your hair as usual. Pour the beer mixture over your hair, making sure to douse every single strand. Let the rinse sit on your hair for about one minute. Then lightly rinse the mixture out, using lukewarm or cool water. You don't want to over rinse, it will wash all that lovely shine and body out. If you under rinse you'll walk around smelling like stale beer and vinegar.