Thursday, 10 December 2015

Finghair Tips Thursday: Nutrition


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  1. Yay!but what's all this I am hearing about igbo and yoruba banana

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    1. Lol what now? A banana is a banana is a banana please.

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    2. That was what I thought also oo but mbanu.The yoruba banana will stick to one's hair while the igbo one would rinse off

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    3. Yes there's yoruba banana and igbo banana. They are basically different species of banana. Yoruba banana is the short, slimmer, and curvier one. It is more slimy when mashed, and wouldn't rinse off easily. Igbo banana is the bigger fatter one, and less slimy, which is what makes it better for hair DIY.

      Yoruba banana grows in the west, and igbo banan grows in the east.

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  2. Please check out my blog for hair on a budget tips and alternatives thank you!

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  4. Bananas are for eating with groundnuts or in a peanut butter sandwich or on crepes or as pancakes. The End


    Berry Dakara Blog

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    1. And for dc'ing cos they soften the hair

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    2. I agree with you berry

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    3. Lol. Berry o. So are avocados and eggs.

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  6. LOL. Berry oh. I shall be eating my Bananas too. Tainz and God bless

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    1. Tomi, don't let Berry teach you bad things. Use your bananas for DC, lol.

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  7. Added banana in my dc once. Noticed no difference. Felt sad cause my stomach would sure have noticed.

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    1. Looooolllllll. I've never used banana for DC, so I don't know how my hair would love it.

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  8. Loool!! Ashake which one is Igbo and Yoruba banana again? I didn't know bananas had tribe o. Berry, lemme help you put a semicolon at the end of your sentence ; for future purposes :D

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    1. Me also not until I read it on one natural hair blog

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    2. Yes o, bananas have tribe in Nigeria, lol. You can check my comment above to get the drill.

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  9. Can't believe I've never done a Banana DC. That should change asap!

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    1. Mehn.. I've never done any eatable DC. I should be the laziest natural ever

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    2. @Ebun: I trust you, with all your hair adventures, lol.

      @Adaku: Don't worry. Normal deep conditioners do a good job, lol.

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  10. That's the main ingredient in my diy deep conditioner. Never fails to soften my hair.

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  11. Me buy banana to watch it wash down the drain, ill just weep. Lol. People get different results with it though.

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