Weekly Tip #10

02_hellmansmayoMayonnaise May Not Be Good For Your Bikini Body, But It’s GREAT For Your Hair…

Blake Lively has perfect hair. Seriously. It’s long, full and super glossy from every angle. My admiration for her locks enticed me to do a little online beauty secret stalking, and sure enough she has a good one. She admitted that her mother taught her to apply mayonnaise on the bottom half of her hair before showering. This prevents shampoo from stripping the bottom half of the hair, drying it out, and causing split ends. Nobody likes split ends. 




Use 1 cup mayonnaise, I like to add a teaspoon of vanilla extract so my hair doesn’t smell like a burger. Mix the mayonnaise and vanilla well. Apply mayonnaise mixture to the lower half of your (dry) hair before getting in the shower. Wet your hair with water and massage shampoo into the hair on the top of your head, then let the soapy water run through the lower half until all mayonnaise residue is washed out. May we all have hair as gorgeous and shiny as Blake. 


Simply Nina  

6 Responses to “Weekly Tip #10”

  1. Alana says:

    I really wanna try this but I have two questions, doesn’t the mayo smell make you want to bleh and doesn’t vanilla have alcohol in it so won’t that be drying to your hair? xoxox

    • admin says:

      The mayo DOES smell disgusting… But the vanilla will balance it out and it’s not enough vanilla to dry out your hair. GREAT question Alana <3

  2. Courtney says:

    I can’t wait to try this! I love that you added vanilla to the mayo! I’ll let you know how it works out.
    I wonder if Blake’s mommy has a good recommendation for a shampoo for hair turning green from the pool.
    Thanks Simply Nina

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