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How to make hair really silky?

posted by admin on December 26th, 2012

My hair is so dried out and not silky or soft. I have always dreamed of having silky, soft hair. Every shampoo and conditioner I use does not work! Are there any simple, EASY home remedies for this without having to go to the store? I’m seriously so desperate. I’ve even spent money on Nexxus which doesn’t work, either. I’m wasting money!

Thanks!

Try not to brush your hair when its damp or wet, your hair is very fragile when its wet and brushing can cause frizz. Some home remedies you can use to save you money are Mayonnaise and avocado oil ( You can just use Mayonnaise if you don’t have Avocado oil ) Spread it over your hair just like you would with conditioner, Make sure you have a lot of time because you need to leave it on for at least 3 hours for it to work. For the best results leave it on overnight and cover it with plastic or tinfoil to keep the heat in and for the mixture to go right through your hair. after you have washed it out use your normal shampoo and conditioner.
You can also rub lemon juice into your roots to make them look shiny but if you have dark hair don’t leave it on out in the sunlight because it will lighten your hair.
Try to use as little chemicals and heat as possible. if your going to use heat make sure you use a heat protector.
When you shampoo and condition your hair rinse it out with cold water this helps your hair look more shiny and radiant.

Hope this helped 🙂

I usually have really good skin. Right now I broke out with this HUMUNGOUS pimple on my nose. I want a easy home remedy that will clear it right up in no time. Does anybody have any suggestions?

i have tips if u want you can try them.1. Put toothpaste on your acne before going to bed. (Make sure it is paste not gel)put it on night and take it of with warm water in the morning.. It should reduce the swelling of acne noticeably.2. Dab egg whites on your acne and leave on for 20 minutes or overnight. It’s supposed to pull the infection out of the blemish.3. Wash acne infected areas twice a day with warm salt water. This reduces oils in the skin and helps to dry the acne up without further agitation.4. Use ice on acne before going to bed. This works best on pimples that have not yet formed a head. It reduces swelling and helps to prevent scarring.5. Wash and dab acne with cotton balls that have been soaked in vinegar. Let dry; do not wash off immediately.6. Place strawberries leaves over your acne and the alkalinity will help to reduce the swelling.

How do I get Juice stains out of carpet?

posted by admin on December 12th, 2012

These stains were there before we moved in. Some are red, and some are yellow..? Anyways, I have a steam cleaner (good one) and it doesn’t make a difference. Any easy home remedies that will help? Thanks!

Here’s a blog called removing juice stains from carpet. Really great tricks here and some great feedback on how well it worked for some people.!
Here’s the blog (has step by step tips)
http://blogs.findanyfloor.com/consumer/CareAndMaintenance/RemovingJuiceStainsfromCarpet.xhtml
There ya go! Have a great day!

I like the idea of having a large open area to work with regarding the kitchen, dining area, and living area. I have been seeing alot of these types of homes in differant areas and am curious as to how easy it would be to build a home out of the steel building.

in most places around the country you couldn’t do that because codes don’t allow it but you need to check with your local and state codes to be sure before you start your project. I would also personally contact the inspectors in your area and talk to them about the project before you start. I think the biggest problems with a project like that would be two things: insulation, and plumbing.
If this is an existing building, and depending on the size, you might have trouble insulating because of the vapor barrier problem. The way most corregated steel works it is not the most moisture proof system in the world. You would have to find a fool proof way of keeping moisture from the inside of the home, which I have no solution for.
The other problem, plumbing, would be costly to avoid in an existing building. Because most steel buildings floors are poured cement slabs, this makes it tough to run plumbing. The best thing you could do is to build a floor up with 2×4’s and lay an osb floor overtop of the frame. This gets expensing and still doesn’t allow for much room for a forced air heating system but you could still run a hydronic heating system.
as you research this more you can contact me at darrinscard@hotmail.com and I will try to answer any other questions you might have.