Video: Apple Cider Vinegar Rinse and Conditioning Treatment
Updated: May 22
Hey everyone! So my curls have been lifeless after straightening my hair for the first time since March of 2018!! I feel like I'm back at square one with this whole "curly girl" thing.
This reminded me how majority of you reading this may feel! I've been so consistent and on point with my curly girl methods, that I forgot what it was like to have any issues! Keep on reading to see the full video I made, and see the steps I wrote out that gives all the details of the process!
So, I'm trying out a few different things for my hair type (3a / 3b curls, fine texture, with low porosity at root, and more high porosity at ends due to the balayage I had done). If you have similar hair, try these tips out!
I made this video with the process of the apple cider vinegar rinse, along with leaving my regular conditioner in longer for a "deep condition".
Note: Only use organic or local apple cider vinegar that says "with the mother" for the best results.
Steps done and products used:
1. Lightly shampooed with Rahua Beauty "Voluminous" Shampoo. Since I had just washed my hair on Sunday, it wasn't in need of a "serious" shampooing.
2. Poured 2 tablespoons ACV per 1 full cup water. Used Vermont Village Organic ACV "with the mother"
Pour ACV into cup, then add warm water into ACV mix when you're actually in the shower before pouring rinse over hair. Trust me... don't add the water first from the sink. It will get cold! Haha.
Let sit for 2-5 minutes and massage rinse into scalp before rinsing out
3. After rinsing out the ACV, I applied Rahua Beauty "Classic" Conditioner starting at my ends and brought the excess up towards my roots.
I decided to squeeze out the excess water, hop out of the shower, and put a shower cap on.
Waited 30 mins with it clipped under the cap before taking it out.
5. Rinsed out conditioner like normal.
6. Sprayed "Witch I Love Your Hair" Magic Mist roots to end.
7. Parted hair when wet on opposite side I wear it dry and used my cotton T-shirt to squeeze out excess water.
8. Let air dry and ~DONE!~
Hope you found this helpful! Let me know if you try it out or have any questions!
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