|This is painful, but I thought|
you might need proof. :)
A majority of women do have naturally tasseled tresses. Lorraine Massey, author of Curly Girl: The Handbook told me that 65 percent have wavy or curly hair. Massey, a curly haired girl herself, owns five salons in New York City and LA that only work on clients with waves. Her advice: embrace your natural hair; it saves time and money. Lorraine encourages us to try the Curly Girl Method. No blow dryer needed, just sulfate-free cleanser, botanical conditioner, and hair gel.
She also whipped up a homemade recipe to treat and nourish dry ends. It's called Wrapunzel and she shared the recipe:
|In studio with Lorraine Massey,|
author of Curly Girl: The Handbook.
3 to 4 teaspoons honey or agave syrup
8 to 10 drops olive oil or jojoba oil
1. Put the avocado, honey and oil in a blender and combine.
2. Apply mixture to your wet hair especially the ends.
3. Wrap your hair in plastic or a towel and leave it on for 20 to 30 minutes.
4. Rinse your hair, cleanse and condition then style.
I haven't tried Wrapunzel yet but I plan to soon. If it works, maybe I'll go curly more... but only on the weekend. :)