Hot Oil Treatment | Cayenne Pepper Infused Coconut Oil

Hey guys,
This is my first time doing a hot oil treatment and I loved how my hair felt after.
I infused the cayenne pepper with the coconut oil buy heating the oil up on a low heat for a bit. The cayenne pepper helps to stimulate your scalp as you massage the oil into your hair.

 

What you need:

  • Cayenne infused coconut oil
  • Soft hood dryer
  • Butterfly Clips
  • Old Towel
  • Shower Cap
  • ACV Water mix

 

How to:

  1. Part hair into four
  2. Apply oil and detangle
  3. Split hair and twist for manageability
  4. Continue till you’ve completed all sections
  5. Cover your hair with the shower cap
  6. Sit under the hooded dryer for 20 minutes
  7. Wash your hair with the ACV mix and end with a cold water rinse
  8. Style

That’s it! I did a perm rod set in the video at the end.

Watch the Perm Rod Set here

 

More Styles for you to try

Watch and read how to achieve a twist out

 

 

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