And let me know if you have any questions. Or if I spelled anything wrong.
I should add something about the egg wash though. Egg whites are good for greasy hair, and egg yolks are good for dry hair. When I have enough eggs to spare, I like to wash mine with a mixture of eggs and honey. Trust me, it makes it feel more clean than regular shampoo does.
I need to try the beer + egg combo, damn.
real talk: my boyfriend washes his hair with baking soda instead of shampoo, and he has the most ridiculously soft, touchable, healthy-looking hair I have ever seen on a dude. a++ would recommend, particularly if you don’t like how expensive shampoo is
for the first recipe, i would like to stress that you use Apple Cider Vinegar if you have curly hair. it made a big difference for me!!
i’ve been using the backing soda / acv plan for over a year. i use that about once a week and just massage my scalp under the water during the showers between washes. my hair has never looked better.
shampoo makes me sad, so i’m reblogging this for future reference.
I’d like to try this. I’ve never liked all the chemical crap in shampoos.
Octopus have no real bones in their body, except for a tough beak made from chitin, so they can squeeze into small places when fleeing predators. They’re highly intelligent creatures and have shown to demonstrate observational learning, they’re known for escaping from their aquarium enclosures and occasionally breaking into others for a snack.
Also, captive octopi occasionally show affection to their caretakers after an extended absence.
They’re boneless puppies! <3_<3
WHAT THE FUUUUUUCKKK
I remember hearing a while ago that if its beak can fit through its entire body can
another fun fact, if octopi in captivity get too bored they just stop eating untill they die, thats why you always see them with childrens toys in their aquariums or boxes they have to open
thats also why they try to break out to go somewhere else more interesting
“There were no sex classes. No friendship classes. No classes on how to navigate a bureaucracy, build an organization, raise money, create a database, buy a house, love a child, spot a scam, talk someone out of suicide, or figure out what was important to me. Not knowing how to do these things is what messes people up in life, not whether they know algebra or can analyze literature.”