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5 Unique Pre-Poo Recipes To Spice Up Your Hair Regimen



I don’t know about you but I think the best thing about wash day for me, has to be the pre-poo, I take pride in my pre poo mixtures partly because I am a self titled ‘ultimate kitchenista’ and I love the fact that I can get some sort of deep conditioning in prior to my shampoo and not have to worry about dry straw like hair once I finally get out of the shower.

In case you don’t know what a pre-poo is, it’s simply an treatment that you apply on your hair just before you shampoo to prevent your hair from drying out too much. This is especially important if you use sulfate containing shampoos regularly. Pre-poo recipes vary from the simple to the exotic and even the downright weird!

If you are relaxed or natural and already love pre-pooing or you are just getting introduced to the process here are a few fun recipes you ought to give a whirl.

1. Olive Oil, Honey, Conditioner and Eggs Pre-poo

Prepoo olive oil honey conditioner and eggs

I would not do justice to this post without including this simple, no nonsense recipe. This one can be considered your go to recipe if you need a dash of protein with a side of moisture.

In a bowl mix one or two eggs, a table spoon of honey, two table spoons of olive oil and enough conditioner to keep the mixture easy to spread. If you have fine hair or hair prone to breakage, a little protein weekly will do nothing but good for your strands.

The honey, oil and conditioner are your moisture agents which balances out the recipe and makes this a very good all round pre-poo. A note on the conditioner, you dont have to get fancy, cheap ones like V05 or even Suave are perfect, you just need something moisture based.

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Emily CottonTop

About Emily CottonTop


Hi I'm Petra Lomax , a staff writer for BlackHairInformation.com. Born and raised in St. Andrew Jamaica, I first moved to the United States in the year 2000 in order to find a job after college. I spent one year living in New York before moving to Texas in 2001. I went natural in 2008 after a bad perm experience and have enjoyed my hair ever since. I am still learning and I like sharing my experiences with my cottontop :)




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