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Curl hair balm

Curly / Wavy hair Frizzy hair Loop definition Frizz REC102
5 min
1 month

To care for, nourish, moisturise, and reshape curly hair, there's no need for products with complicated compositions. Here's a simple balm recipe that should please you if you have curly hair.

Before starting your DIY recipes, it is important to download the recommended Hygiene Rules.


  1. Pour the shea butter into the bowl. Add broccoli oil and hibiscus oil.

  2. Whisk to soften the shea butter and incorporate the vegetable oils. Finish by adding the vegetable glycerin and mix one last time.

  3. If your balm isn't homogeneous, you can heat it in the microwave for 10 seconds, then stir vigorously while it cools.

  4. Transfer your balm into a jar with a lid.

  5. The curl balm is ready.

How to use this product

This homemade hair balm is ideal for people with curly hair who are looking for a natural solution to redefine their curls. You can use it on wet or dry hair, head down. You'll add bounce to your curls by squeezing them in your hands and releasing them. You can also use a diffuser on a blow-dryer set on cold, still head down. The balm can also be used on curly and frizzy hair.

The benefits of the curl balm

This recipe is a variation on the DIY recipe you've come to love: The homemade curly hair whipped cream recipe.

We've replaced the coconut oil withhibiscus oil, which will beautify your hair and help you redefine your curls. It boosts the action ofbroccoli oil and yuzu shea butter, essential for beautiful curls.

Vegetable glycerine keeps hair moisturised.

Precautions & Warnings


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