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Rapunzel didnt wash her hair with Banana...




Sundays are made for rest. But its not always true. Just when I had my lunch and lying down a little, a msg tone sprouts up in my mobile. Its my friend in whatsapp. It states. 'Plz help me..'. 

She applied the banana treatment for her hair as per given in a home remedy from a book for treating dry hair and its not going off from her hair after shampoo wash, hot water wash and conditioner wash. Her question is how to go off with that chunks of banana.


Banana Hair Wash :



Banana wash with olive or coconut oil is recommended for dry hair in several hairstyle websites and simple home remedies websites and magazine. Some try Banana Baby food. But they wont tell the whole story at all. 

Its true that mixing of banana, olive or coconut oil, milk and optionally egg as a pack gives the hair the shininess, nutritional value. 


Procedure :

Add all those given for the pack. The bananas must be well ripened. 
Blend well in a mixer. 
Strain that mixture. That most people wont do. 
If you wont strain, the chunks sure struck in your hair threads, wont go off and irritation ignites your stress. It remains in your head(!!!) for two more days.
Apply and Wash after sometime.



My advice :

Dont try the banana wash. How much you take effort such as adding eggs, blending well,  and strain, it stick to your hair. 

If you read any beauty tips for hair or face, please go thru' forums. There the ladies discuss the odds they face while doing these things.
 

Some Forums :

Indus Ladies, Womens Health, Naturally Curly, Daves Garden, Women and Home, etc.,  




Be care about using these type of home remedies 
or else
you cant let down your hair like Rapunzel 
and 
Dame Gothel would not be then climbing up by holding it... 




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