Minty Hair Rinse RecipeMy hair has been lacking life because of Oklahoma, the water there is very hard and full of minerals, it was really harsh on my hair.  I did a lot of apple cider vinegar rinses while I was staying there to help strip the minerals out of my hair.  It helped a bit but my hair hasn’t been the same since before I stepped foot in that state.

I left Oklahoma about two weeks and my hair is still looking limp and dull.  This morning I decided to do a vinegar rinse because they always seem to freshen up my hair.  I typically mix apple cider vinegar and water and pour it over my hair after shampooing and conditioning.  Today I felt like switching things up and experimenting.  I added some mint tea to the mix to make the rinse a little more refreshing and smell better.

I could notice the difference in my hair as soon as I stepped out of the shower.  Once my hair dried it had volume again, looked shiny and felt really smooth. 🙂

You can do this rinse about once a week depending on how your hair reacts to the apple cider vinegar.  I recommend doing vinegar rinses at least once or twice a month.

Ingredients:

2 mint tea bags
1/2 cup boiling water
2 tbsp. apple cider vinegar

Directions:

Steep the tea in boiling water for about 3-4 minutes.  Remove the tea bags and let cool.  Stir in the vinegar and pour the mixture into a bottle, (I use one I picked up from Sally Beauty Supply).

After you shampoo, condition and rinse your hair, pour the mint rinse into hair and scalp.  Massage in and style as usual without rinsing.

Have you tried my other homemade beauty recipes?

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