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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.
What do you think? Not bad for some flax seeds, huh?

11 comments

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


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  2. That did work out well! Looks beautiful! :)

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  3. 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

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

    Aloha from Hawaii,
    <3 Jenn from Cao Bella

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  5. 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

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

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  7. aoutwhatwomenlove.blogspot.comMarch 1, 2014 at 12:02 PM

    beautiful hair dear<3

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  8. aboutwhatwomenloveMarch 1, 2014 at 12:04 PM

    beautiful hair dear<3
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  9. 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.

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