Hot-Oil

anonymous asked:

How do you coconut oil your hair??

You get some warm (not hot) coconut oil and run it all through your hair lengths (try to keep it away from your roots if you have an oily scalp like I do-you’ll fail but at least you tried) and then put it in a bun and let it sit for 1-? hours

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To all the ladies in the place with style and grace…

Meaning… Ari Fitz, who handles her housemate Ashley’s ratchetry with the calm only **Job** could muster.

That’s right.  Ashley tried it…

Ari’s response?

A smile :) and the shade of life…

“I prefer you to not touch me.” - @itsarifitz

Check out the sneak peak on MTV.com » MTV’s Real World Ex-plosion Premieres Wed January 8, 2014

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Trying to help my idiot friends learn how to cook: Shredded beef tacos PART I

One: Dredge your beef in flour, salt and chili powder. I chose rib eye round roast, I don’t care what you choose (you could swap beef for pork even). After you’ve evenly coated your meat you’ll need to stab it a lot. I tend to thrust my knife in about ten times. This will ensure quicker cooking, better juice flowage and stress relief.

Two: Prepare your dutch oven or whatever you have. Maybe you’re too poor for a dutch oven, if that’s the case you can use a stock pot, or if you’re real poor you can use a lid from a metal trash can over a fire pit. Put in olive oil, use common sense on how much to put in there. Get it real hot and place the meat inside. If it just slightly bubbles, you didn’t let the oil get hot enough, you’re dumb and need to work on your patience. If the meat sizzles and the oil kinda splatters, I applaud you.

Three: You’re going to need to brown the roast on ALL THE SIDES. So that means you need to, again, use common sense here and find ways to brown it all.

Four: Chop an onion. Put the onion in the pot with the meat. Soften the onions. When you move them around make sure to pick up the shit at the bottom of the pan, that shit has a lot of flavor and works best when lifted from the pan.

Five: Put a cup of chicken stock in with the meat/onions. I use my homemade chicken stock, you can use the shit from a box or can, this just means I’m better than you (if you want a tutorial on making chicken stock, let me know and I will do it). Let everything bubble for a little while then add the rest of your stock.

Six: Lower the heat to simmer, put in some garlic and onion powder, put the lid on and wait. Wait for it. This will take several hours. My meat is currently dripping with juices. I will update when it’s done.

REVIEW: VO5 Hot Oil Moisturizing

This product caught my eye on a trip to Landmark last week. I don’t usually buy hair treatment products just because they usually come in tubs or large amounts that I’m afraid I won’t be able to finish. The VO5 Hot Oil box only contains 2 tubes of the product, which is why I decided to give it a try.

The instructions are fairly easy, just let the unopened tube sit in a cup of warm water for a minute, massage contents into wet hair for another minute, then rinse! After that, you can proceed with your usual shampoo routine.

After using this, I could feel that my hair was noticeably softer! I didn’t use conditioner to test how effective the product would be, but I would recommend using conditioner still. The oil in the tube isn’t greasy at all or anything, and it’s really easy to rinse off. I would say that it’s an effective and affordable product that’s worth a try! After all, it’s only good for two uses. I can’t wait to use the rest of it next week :D

They also have other variations of hair treatments that you could try :)

Price: 94.75php (at Landmark)
Score: 4/5