- Cools the scalp and induces sound sleep
- Controls dandruff
- Makes hair long, dark, Dense & lustrous
- Strengthens hair roots
After the setback, I decided to pamper my hair with Ayurveda this weekend.
|Brahmi powder + water. it was a little runny in this pic so I added more powder to make it more of a brownie mix consistency|
|Applied to hair and then loose twist.|
Rinsed the mixture out of my hair and my hair felt like I had done a color rinse. Very strong/hard/tangly. So I shampooed (2x) with HE CMH Shampoo. Hair was even dryer so I conditioned with Joico Intense Hydrator for 3 mins and as expected, that stuff softened my hair right up. After that, I towel blotted and applied Taliah Waajid Protective Mist Bodifier (this was my first time using, I wasn't wowed but in all fairness my hair was still kinda hard from the Brahmi treatment. It took some rubbing in to make it absorb, but once it dissolved my hair did feel better). After a little Fantasia IC Gel on the edges, I am now air drying with a satin scarf. Whew!
|After Brahmi treatment (5 weeks post)|
Overall the Brahmi experience has made me curious about Henna. Ayurvedic powder pre-poos are something I could see myself adding in my regimen. But I would only do it once a month because honestly the process took a long time and was extremely messy. But overall it was a good treatment and I noticed my hair got a little darker.
update: Okay now that my hair is dry, it feels extremely soft, light and strong at the same time. Still smell the brahmi which is fine. This treatment is a keeper but I won't do it often (messy and time consuming).