Selena Banks: Can you still do this without coconut oil
Margarida Gomes: have you tried cornstarch and whole milk? It works according to brazilian women. I was just watching a video on what I just mentioned. They take whole milk in powder form (Klim powdered whole milk) is best if you can find it at your local store and mix it with water then they add the powdered cornstarch. 2Tbs of the dry milk with about 1/2 cup of H2O then add 1Tbs of cornstarch. Mix it all together in a small bowl then part the hair in small sections then apply to hair. keep combing the small sections until the section dries as you comb it. then move to another section and so on until you do the whole head. let it stay on the hair for about 45 minutes to 1hour. then rinse the hair well, apply deep conditioner, blow dry hair then flat iron hair. Then I saw another one where they also add an oil of their choice to the mixture (coconut oil, olive oil, castor oil, or any oil of choice) then they put it all in a small pot and cooked the mixture into a thick consistency and then applied it to the hair. P.S. add the oil after the mixture have been cooked though. I would experiment with it and see what results you got. This natural method beats any chemically laddened products out there and it is amazingly cheap in my opinion.
konglong1789: Coconut milk + lime juice = hair relaxer/perm.
angela123467: Thanks so much for your reply!
Iliv2sing18: Does it burn? Because every time I have a relaxer it burns like
Jessica Salazar: hey can you tell me how can I prepare the cream, i m really feel horrible because i have an african hair and here when im living i cant find a good cream...please help me....:S
Saandyie: it is known actually to work a lot better on thin hair than hair like mines. Thks for watching
Saandyie: this video is over a year old, check out my recents videos for update on my hair. Thks for watching
Kei Adams: Your hair looks thin and a bit fragile.....Shea butter will thicken it up!
angela123467: Do you think this will work on fine, thin caucasian hair to relax my natural curl?
Saandyie: @Danybella Thanks for the info!!!
Saandyie: @ExotiqBeautii I never heard of that!! Will give it a try when i'm over 12week post!! Thanks!!
Vani Jay: i read that yogurt and baking soda loosens your curls too- the yogurt has to be with fat (no fat free yogurt!)
Stella Starry: Use "UNREFINED" and "UNSWEETENED" coconut milk. When you open the can just use the paste (the paste will have separated from the juice.) :-)
Chelsea Edwards: so it kinda made it feel like you had a texturizer instead of a relaxer?
LiziBeth000: i recommend that u use coconut cream it's creamy intead of watery so it's easy to put on and less messy
Saandyie: @sfi01 That's true, thats what i do now, Thks
Saandyie: @ZawadiSimone i would use 1/2 cup of coconut milk, i've never tried using coconut oil.
ZawadiSimone: @MsLosingit . Thanks for your response.
Since it is possible to use coconut oil (in stead of coconut milk), what will the proportions and instructions be? Below is correct?
1/2 cup coconut oil (versus 1/2 cup milk)?
3 tbsp olive oil