- 1 How do you make homemade hair pudding?
- 2 How do you use hair pudding on natural hair?
- 3 How do you make custard for natural hair?
- 4 How do you make hair balm?
- 5 What’s the difference between hair custard and gel?
- 6 What is curling custard?
- 7 Can Vaseline be used as hair gel?
- 8 What can I use instead of gel for hair?
- 9 Which styling gel is best for natural hair?
How do you make homemade hair pudding?
Crazy Rich & Thick Hair Pudding
- 1 tbsp oatmeal + 100mL (3.38 fl oz) boiling water.
- 50g | 1.75oz oat milk.
- 8g | 0.28oz complete emulsifying wax (not beeswax!)
- 5 drops litsea cubeba essential oil.
- Broad spectrum preservative of choice (why?)
How do you use hair pudding on natural hair?
To use, start with damp or dry hair and gently comb through a generous amount of miracle pudding through your hair, section by section, from roots to ends. After combing through strands, go through elongating and stretching your curls until you’ve reached the perfect definition.
How do you make custard for natural hair?
DIY Flaxseed & Shea Butter Curling Custard
- Heat Ground flaxseeds (on double boiler)
- Add Shea Butter, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, and Pure Honey.
- Stir until melted (on medium heat)
- Once oil separates, use a fine mesh strainer to extract the oil.
- Add essential oil.
- Refrigerate for 45 minutes, until solid.
How do you make hair balm?
- 1 tablespoon beeswax (or half tablespoon candelilla wax for a vegan version)
- 2 tablespoon shea butter.
- 1 teaspoon cocoa butter.
- 1 tablespoon coconut oil.
- 1 tablespoon castor oil.
- 10 drops rosemary essential oil.
- 10 drops lavender essential oil.
What’s the difference between hair custard and gel?
Believe it or not, gels and custards usually do the same thing. The main difference is the consistency. Gels usually have a jelly-like consistency while custards lean on the creamier side. Some gels may not be the best at bringing out your curl definition because they’re meant to give your hair hold.
What is curling custard?
Curling Custard gives moisture and curl definition, hold and brilliant shiny hair! Utilizing the humectant properties of the agave nectar, Curling Custard will give weight to your hair, define your curls, remove frizz, provide long-lasting hold and shine without ever being greasy, crunchy or drying.
Can Vaseline be used as hair gel?
The American Academy of Family Physicians recommends using petroleum jelly to manage cradle cap in infants. Others find that a small amount of Vaseline works well as a styling gel to reduce frizz, but it may be too heavy for thin or fine hair.
What can I use instead of gel for hair?
Here’s a rundown of the 12 best hair gel alternatives and what styles they work best for.
- Hairspray. Introduced in the 1950s, hairspray remains a reliable, effective, and popular styling product.
- Leave-in Conditioner.
- Hair Wax.
- Styling Foam (Hair Mousse)
- Flax Seed.
- Coconut Oil.
Which styling gel is best for natural hair?
Keep reading to discover the best gels for natural hair.
- Best Overall: Mielle Organics Honey & Ginger Styling Gel.
- Best Budget: Ecoco ECO Styler Olive Oil Styling Gel.
- Best Lightweight Hold: Briogeo Curl Charisma Rice Amino + Quinoa Frizz Control Gel.
- Best Strong Hold: Tailiah Waajid Tight Hold Loc It Up For Natural Hair.