Use [Coconut Milk & Lemon] To Get A Beautiful Permanent Straight Hair

This is probably the most refreshing hair mask you will ever use.

Adding some lemon will give your hair the refreshing feel.

From what I can see most of you have curly hair. I have one too. But I love it. Sometimes I want to make it straight. It somehow makes me look different. More serious.

I’m having my hair straightened out only for special occasions. But that’s just me. There are women who want to get straight hair for a longer period of time.


Instead “burning” your hair with those damaging irons, I have a treatment that will give you the same result.

Remember that natural remedies can’t danger your hair. So, if this somehow doesn’t work, you don’t have to worry about it.

This mask has two abilities:

  •      To make your curly hair straight
  •      To make your hair shiny, healthy and strong.

This natural way of straightening your hair is quite easy, you only have to use natural ingredients from your kitchen.

This treatment contains coconut milk and lemon juice.

When I hear coconut milk I always think of something smooth and shiny. It always gives me that pleasant feeling. I don’t know why.

The video below will give you all the proper directions to this hair treatment. I will try this when it’s time to make my hair straight.

I would appreciate it if you share the results with me.

It seems really easy to do this.

Now it’s your turn. Share this with your friends. They probably want to use this, too.

Source: Maxdiaries

13 thoughts on “Use [Coconut Milk & Lemon] To Get A Beautiful Permanent Straight Hair”

    • Hi, Heneen!

      Thank you for beeing here.

      Please follow the recipe as it is. Using regular milk can raise other questions like “what percentage of fat should have” etc.

      Especially because the coconut milk has higher quantities of fat — 1 cup of regular coconut milk has a whopping 57 grams of fat, compared to 2.4 grams of fat in dairy milk.

      All the best,


  1. Hello joana..
    Thank you for the diy mask..
    I would like to know how long does that diy mask lasts for??? If yes, where should I store it… In a refrigerator or at the room temperature ???

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