Monday, February 24, 2014

DIY Flax Seed Hair Gel


Last week I found a recipe online for flax seed hair gel. I had been wanting to find a natural alternative to mousse/gel for a while, and decided to give flax seeds a try. I think it came out pretty well! I'm super impressed with the results. I'll be sure to post a recipe soon (I tweaked my recipe so much it no longer resembles the original I found).
What do you think? Not bad for some flax seeds, huh?

11 comments:

Kim A. said...

Your hair looks great! It's awesome when you find something that works for you. Cute pjs!


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Samantha Owens said...

That did work out well! Looks beautiful! :)

chicncheapliving said...

Flaxseeds? Who knew?! I've been experimenting with more natural ingredients as well and this looks pretty cool! I can't wait to see the recipe!


xoxo,
Chic 'n Cheap Living

Jenny Cao-Wu said...

Interesting--never heard of flaxseed hair gel! You'll definitely have to share...

Aloha from Hawaii,
<3 Jenn from Cao Bella

Raven Locks said...

WHAT?!


Flax seed hair gel? Do share the recipe! :) I started using coconut oil on my hair about a year ago. The results are incredible! My hair feels fuller, thicker, and it's so much softer and shinier. I love using natural products. Sounds silly to say lol...but it's true! I feel better about myself knowing I'm not suing any harmful chemicals.


Your hair looks beautiful, Amber! You do too, but you know what I mean. I gotta give your pretty hair some credit, too.


xo

Oh to Be a Muse said...

I think flax seed could be a great gel alternative based on this picture. But your hair always looks good to me!

aoutwhatwomenlove.blogspot.com said...

beautiful hair dear<3

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beautiful hair dear<3
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Amber said...

Thank you :)

Amber said...

Right?? Who would have known? I always thought it was some urban-hippie legend. But it works perfectly, and unlike gel doesn't dry the hair out.

Amber said...

Thank you!