Maple Syrup Hair gel for soft, shiny hair
Wish to have soft, shiny, strong hair, then grab some maple syrup and use it on your hair to see wonders.
Maple syrup – 4 tablespoons
Coconut oil – 2 tablespoons
Mix coconut oil and maple syrup. It will look like a smooth gel. Carefully apply it on your hair. You may adjust the quantity of gel as per your requirement. Leave it on for an hour and wash it off with mild shampoo and warm water. Use it once in a week to have soft, lustrous hair.
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