Diy Homemade Deep conditioner

Using nutrient rich, deep conditioning treatments are great for adding moisture and maintaing healthy hair. If your hair is prone to breakage, here is a great recipe for a deep conditioning hair parfait.

Mix in a bowl:
1- Cup of Plain Low Fat Yogurt
1- Banana

1- Egg

2 tbsp. of Castor Oil

Once all of the ingredients are combined, coat the hair with the creamy mixture from scalp to ends, and let the condtioner sit for 30-35 minutes. For a deeper penetration, wrap your head with a warm towel or a plastic heating cap.

For more hair treatment recipes click HERE!

Style Survey: Indique Boston

The girls at Indique Boston share the best tips they’ve gotten for keeping their hair healthy and beautiful.


“To keep hair shiny and color lasting longer, wash your hair in cooler water and blast it with ice cold water right before you get out of the shower.”

“I also use biosilk religiously especially after I shower. I let my hair air dry for about 10 minutes then apply the oil halfway down my hair avoiding the roots and let it sit then blow dry and style as normal.”


I read somewhere that it’s actually best to condition your hair first and shampoo it after. Most people do it the other way around, but it makes a huge difference in the look and feel of your hair.”

“A lot of times the conditioner may not be completely washed out so shampooing afterwards ensures that all traces of product and any residue is removed. My hair is much more silky, shiny and manageable when I do this, and I get much less oil buildup between washes.”


“I use Aquage products for my hair. My favorite is the Uplifting Foam to make my fine hair look extra full. It’s easy to use and doesn’t weigh down my hair. Afterwards I use their finishing spray, which is more of a light mist, to add shine. 

Part ways with your everyday look…

Feeling a little bored with your look? Easily update it by making one simple change,

Your part!


If you normally part your hair to the one side, try parting it to the other or in the center.

On the other hand, if you typically go for a center part, try parting to the side.

You’d be surprised what a difference this small change can make. 

Your “new” look will feel so refreshing.