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A Giveaway for the Mixtresses!

By January 27th, 202122 Comments

A Giveaway for the Mixtresses!
Kerry-Ann, a gracious CurlyNikki.com reader, and self-proclaimed mixtress, is sponsoring a giveaway! She wants you to discover your inner mixtress as well, which is why she is giving away an 8 oz unopened bottle of Silk Amino Acids from Lotioncrafters.

“Hydrolyzed from pure silk fibers, silk amino acids have a lower molecular weight than silk protein powders and are penetrating and moisturizing to skin and hair. Our Silk Amino Acids have been decolorized and deodorized — making them an exceptional addition to even the most delicate of formulations. Recommended for formulating shampoos, conditioner, hair treatments, bodywash, body lotions, cleansers, toners and facial moisturizers, mascara, lipstick and color cosmetics.“- from Lotion Crafters

To read about how other mixtresses are using this product with success for hair growth and added strength, check out this thread on longhaircareforum.

In order to get your hands on the SAA, leave your favorite homemade recipe in the comments section below (please leave your name and email as well). Kerry-Ann will randomly choose the winner from all entries submitted by 5:oo pm Eastern on Monday, September 14, 2009.

Finally, if you’re interested in sponsoring a CurlyNikki.com giveaway, email me at nikki@curlynikki.com, with ‘giveaway proposal’ as the subject line.

For the other CurlyNikki Spotlight Giveaway, click HERE.



*No purchase necessary. In accepting the prize, the winner acknowledges that CurlyNikki.com may not be held liable for any loss, damages or injury associated with accepting or using this prize(s). This contest is subject to all federal, provincial and municipal laws. Contest open to Continental U.S. and Canadian residents only. One entry per person. Claiming of prizes requires an email response to CurlyNikki from the winning sender email address within 15 days of being notified of winning. Failure to respond shall mean that the winner forfeits the prize
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22 Comments

  • Janelle says:

    After my ACV rinse, I mix:
    1 jar Banana baby food
    about 2 teaspoons of virgin coconut oil
    a few squirts of honey
    and if I have any on hand, a small wedge of avocado mashed in.

    I coat my hair from root to tip and leave on for 20-30 min. I rinse, then apply my normal leave in conditioner regiment.

    snshine303@gmail.com

  • Unknown says:

    For my leave in conditioner I do the following:

    12 ounces of distilled water
    2 tablespoons of oyin honey hemp conditioner
    1 tablespoon of vegetable glycerin
    1 tablespoon of grapeseed oil
    1 tablespoon of olive oil
    10 drops of rosemary oil

    I spray this on my hair to add moisture & rejuvenate my curls.

    onejadedlyric@aol.com

  • Pwatem says:

    For my scalp and ends I've been using:
    -olive oil
    -olive oil moisturizing lotion
    -marula oil spray
    -shea butter

    I section my hair into 5-6 parts after washing and use about a quarter sized amount on each section.

    johnsoncl23@vcu.edu

  • SamIam says:

    My favorite mix is water, ACV, and lavender as my regular rinse. Not sure what measurements I use, but I love it! It gets my hair clean, and feels so soft after!

    Samantha
    sjfeteau@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    Being the recessionista that I am, if I find myself with a bunch of bottles with a little bit of conditioner in them, I mix them all up add a little coconut oil, jojoba, shea butter camomile and some hot water, shake it up real good so I don't end up with a coagulated mess, pour it in a spray bottle and use it as a leave in conditioner. I also sometimes use conditioners that weren't s great on my hair because they extra oils really enhance the conditioning properties… It is especially useful to refresh a third day twist-out… I haven't bought leave in conditioner in 7 months!

    Renstap@gmail.com

  • Deborah says:

    I create a whipped sensation of shea butter, coconut oil, and lavender oil. I whip it with a spoon (love the workout). I use this in my hair and body. I've also created a small batch for my baby niece who has excema and gets lupus rashes. Her mother has already demanded more batches. I also made a batch for my great aunt in England. She said she loves using it on her skin and has found herself giving herself hand massages as well.

  • KyaDiva says:

    For my wash&go (which is my only style at the moment), I use 1/3 Aloe Vera gel and 2/3 olive oil. You can add in a few drops of whatever fragrance you like. It gives just enough curl definition (I'm a 4A) to look polished yet isn't crunchy. Glycerin also works but it is harder to wash out and may lead to breakouts.
    Kyadiva@yahoo.com

  • c. janae says:

    I make my own moisturizing spray(no exact measurments):
    water
    sweet almond oil
    grapeseed oil
    jojoba oil
    vegetable glycerin
    sometimes olive oil and castor oil
    I shake it all up in a 8 oz. spray bottle and it's good to go!

    Camille – cwatts2@usfca.edu
    naturalascanbe.blogspot.com

  • Eleven35 Bath & Beauty says:

    For my extreme dry hair I use a mixture of 2 parts shea butter, 1 part coconut oil and add Castor Oil (about a teaspoon) and Aloe Vera gel (about a tablespoon) ā€“ p.s. Iā€™m a cook and like a good recipe I do not measure ā€“ eyeball it.

    I use this mixure at night after I co-wash my hair to help seal in the moisture.

    Forgot to leave my email address: juneses@gmail.com šŸ™‚

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  • Christine says:

    2 Cups curl activator
    1 Stick melted cocoa butter
    1/2 cup HH conditioner

    Mixed all together for a Ms. Jessie "like" curly pudding substitite

    Christine (butlerdesigns2005@yahoo.com)

  • Gabby says:

    This challenge couldn't have come at a better time. I was really hoping to try out amino acids.

    Gabby
    http://dangeranger14@aol.com

    I got this shealoe mix from SheSingslovely at youtube.com and adjusted it to my needs

    1 1/2 cup shea butter
    2 cups aloe vera gel
    1/3rd cup carrier oil (I like coconut oil or olive oil)
    10 drops of preservative (I like tea tree oil)
    And just thrown in a couple teaspoons each of what I have handy. I like castor oil and grapeseed oil. Honey is also good.

    I first put the shea butter and aloe vera gel in a big bowl and whip it, slowly adding some coconut oil and other assorted oils. Whip it all on high to the consistency you want.

  • Binti's Mom says:

    Sorry, forgot to leave my name and email for the scalp moisturizer: tpmill4@gmail.com, Trish

  • Binti's Mom says:

    Oh, I've been wanting to try this stuff!

    My scalp moisturizer is:
    4 Tbsp Coconut Oil
    1 Tbsp Shea Butter (whipped and softened)
    2 Tbsp Avocado Oil
    1 Tbsp Grapespeed Oil
    5 drops Rosemary

  • Anonymous says:

    Half an avacado, 1/8 cup of honey, 2 tablespoons of water, and 1/8 cup of coconut milk.
    I made this up myself and it is absolutly amazing!!
    Marlana Zink, nj601@yahoo.com

  • Roldine says:

    I forgot to leave my email and name. My name is Roldine. Email: ROldineex3@gmail.com

  • Anonymous says:

    ~Take 1/2 Cup of fave oil( I like castor oil or safflower)
    ~slowly melt 3 tablespoons of shea butter. Add to oil
    ~1 teaspoon of Amla powder and infuse(just add to oil)in a closed mason jar for a week, shaking daily.
    ~At week end, strain oil
    ~add 1/4C aloe vera gel
    ~add 3 capsules of vit E as preservative
    ~add fragrance or esst oil to your liking( I love lavender or Egyptian Geranium )
    ~Shake until mixture is combined
    ~apply to hair as needed

    I use this at night when my hair is damp from the shower. I walk up with moisturized non-greasy hair.

  • Anonymous says:

    Bahama Breeze

    Ingredients:
    1/2 a banana
    1/4 avocado
    1/4 cantaloupe
    1 tablespoon wheat germ oil
    1 tablespoon yogurt

    Directions:
    Blend all ingredients. Apply to hair. For extra conditioning, squeeze in the contents of a vitamin E capsule. Leave in hair for 15 minutes. Then rinse.

    Brittney Nicole

    Naturally_breezy@yahoo.com

  • Anonymous says:

    I use lavender oil and rosemary oil with water to spritz my hair in the morning.

  • Hot Girl Extraordinaire says:

    Love the disclaimer

  • theprfktangel says:

    my favorite mix is simple water and glycerine

  • Roldine says:

    I make my own moisturizing spritz that I found at www.coarsehairdiary.com. I swear by it, it keeps my hair so soft and moisturized all day long:
    # 3/4 cup water
    # 1/2 cup glycerin
    # 1/4 cup aloe vera juice
    # 1/4 cup rosewater
    # 1/4 cup coconut oil
    # 2 TBSP royal bee jelly
    # 2 TBSP emu oil
    # 2 TBSP sea kelp (optional)

    I didnt use the Jelly, or sea kelp.

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