Cherry Lola Treatment

 

 

Curlies!!!!

 

I am sooo excited to tell you about this treatment, Cherry Lola.

 

I have been voyaging on YouTube these days and I came back up on this treatment and decided to try it myself.

I have been having some auh ha moments with my hair, since pregnancy My hair has gone crazy then came back to senses, then I had done some serious coloring to it that damages her so bad, so I had to do a mini big chop then treat my hair. this is all in effort to grow healthy strands and get to my hair goal lent.

The Cherry Lola is so awesome, smells real funky but its oh sooo good. It lengthens  your curls, tames the fuzz and seriously allows the hair to retain its moisture.

 

Ingredients:

  • Plain Yogurt
  • Baking Soda
  • Amino Acids
  • Bowl (for mixing)
  • Spoon
  • Steam Cap

See how simple. Post your responses to this treatment or any other you may have done.

 

 

 

 i used Chobani Greek Yogurt only because thats what I had bought. I hate the taste but hmmmm its good in the hair

 

 Add the Liquid Aminos

 

 

 

Then Add the baking soda

 

 

 

 

 The mixture will start to foam and bubble.

 

After washing my hair with a sulfate free shampoo, I use a terry cloth a.k.a my daughters receiving blanket, to dry some of the liquid out of my hair. I then use the Cherry Lola Treatment in my hair and but a steam cap over it for about 40 to 60 minutes, while i did some chores.

 

I could not detangle my hair with the product in, but after I rinsed my hair, and then use some 2 table spoons Apple Cider Vinegar in 2 cups of water to rinse my hair and close the cuticles.

 

It was then much easier to detangled and moisturize my hair.

 

Love this treatment. Yogurt and all!!

 

-XOXO Ceta

4 thoughts on “Cherry Lola Treatment

  1. Why on God’s green earth don’t you like Chobani Greek Yogurt? I love it! I love the plain one and the coconut mix as well…lol oh… I just had to get that out… I should really try this mix for my hair. I’ll let you know how it goes!

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