January 23, 2012

Messy Hair Monday Leave in Conditioner Recipe

Do you remember this post?  If not let me refresh your memory.  My peanut, so happily, sat in a chair while I applied LEAVE in CONDITIONER and rolled her hair in pink sponge curlers.  Well, an ever so sweet Connie from Measured by the Heart stopped by and left her very own recipe for LEAVE in CONDITIONER!  What a tutorial to share!!  BELOW is her post copied, directly from her blog! Stop by and tell her hi!  Thanks CONNIE for the great tutorial and for sharing it with my Sweet Peas!


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I use a spray bottle this size.  You can find them everywhere.  If not in the hair aisle, check the cleaning supplies or garden areas.  These size bottles are so much better.  They hold a lot so you are not refilling all the time and they spray well.  It gives better easier coverage.
Making this is VERY simple.  All you do is put some of your regular conditioner into the bottle.  For this size bottle, I use 1/4- 1/2 cup.  I don’t really measure, I just have gotten used to how much {approximately} it takes. 
The next step is important.  You must use HOT water.  If you don’t, the conditioner won’t mix with the water and you will have cold water and lumps of conditioner.  You need HOT water for it to mix together. 
Fill up the bottle with HOT water but leave about 2 inches from the top empty.  You need this empty space to be able to shake the mixture up. 
And that’s all folks!!  If you find you like more conditioner in your mixture you can use more but be careful.  If you put too much the hair will become saturated.  Like when you haven’t rinsed enough after a shower.  But feel free to play around with it.  This is a total lifesaver in a family with 3 little girls. 
So there you have it.  Leave in conditioner.  Simple. Easy. Works.
Thanks CONNIE for Sharing!  

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Love, Stacie

3 comments:

Ruby Jean said...

Oh we LOVE LOVE LOVE.... Leave in Conditioner especially while Traveling... :) I just had to stop in and share with you that I won the Fabulous 50s Sewing at Home.... Can you believe it... EEEEKKKSS!! I was so Excited!!!! LOL!!

Allyson said...

I'm not sure if this would work with my super fine hair, but I could definitely play around with it! Thanks for sharing!

Allyson
http://cupcakescandycanes.blogspot.com

Connie @ Measured by the Heart said...

You are the sweetest. Thanks for your kind words!

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