Straightening Hair With Milk

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Straightening hair with milk can be done by spraying milk onto the hair using a spray bottle, combing the milk through the hair shaft and letting it sit for 15 to 20 minutes. Rinse out the milk and condition the hair as usual with information from a professional hair stylist in this free video on hair care.

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Hi my name is Lauren and today I am here to discuss how to straighten your hair with milk. Milk is very nourishing for the hair and it actually helps with shine and luster and it helps maintain frizz. In order to straighten hair with milk what you are going to do is use it either on dry hair or on unsightly damp hair. Today I am using it on slightly damp hair so what you are going to do is you are going to shampoo your hair as usual, do not condition. After you get out of the shower you are going to either spray by using a water bottle of milk on to your hair or you can use an application brush and a wide tooth comb to really kind of get that milk on to your hair. You are going to go from root down all the way down your hair shaft, really kind of focusing on getting it all over and saturating those ends. Once you have applied your milk to your hair you are actually going to kind of massage it into your scalp for a little while. Massage is good on your scalp anyhow for the simple reason that it helps promote blood circulation. After that is all said and done you are going to let it sit for about 15 to 20 minutes. After it is done sitting you are going to wash it out, shampoo and condition as usual. If you'd like you can actually spray just a little more milk in your hair before styling but you don't want to do as much. You are going to want to use probably about a third cup of milk in order for the initial saturation. What it is going to do is it is going to kind of help relax your hair, weight a little heavy on your hair which will pull down some of your wave. If your hair is very kinky curly it won't work as well but it will help you actually hydrate your hair and give you a little bit more definition within your curl. It will not necessarily give you very straight hair. I also recommend using powdered milk because it is a little bit more economical these days where you can actually use the powdered milk in order to make the milk to put in your hair and that way you are not wasting your money on getting regular milk or wasting your milk and that is how to straighten your hair with milk.

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