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Hawaiian Hair Cocktail

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Hawaiian Hair Cocktail This treatment is designed to provide deep conditioning and shine to distressed, damaged strands. This treatment is called a Hawaiian Hair Cocktail because it was developed by the Paul Brown Hair Professional Team in Hawaii with Paul Brown Hawaii products. Mix the following ingredients: 1 ounce Paul Brown Resurrect (or similar deep conditioning oil) 1/4 ounce Paul Brown Kukui Nut Oil (or similar enriched conditioning oil) 8-10 drops Paul Brown Diamond Head (or similar shine serum) Completely mix all three conditioning ingredients in a clean bowl. Apply mixture to damp hair which has either been recently wet washed and blotted or hair which has been spritzed with lukewarm water. Apply the conditioning cocktail to hair with clean fingertips or a conditioning brush. Leave Hawaiian Hair Cocktail on hair for 30 minutes without heat. If you prefer a deeper treatment, wrap hair in a heat conditioning cap or warm towel and sit under a hood or bonnet hairdryer for 15 minutes under heat. For extremely damaged hair from bleach, highlights or too much sun or beach time leave the treatment on hair overnight. Be sure to protect bed clothes if you're going to sleep with the product in your hair all night. If your hair fine, thin or naturally oily, you may not wish to leave this treatment on for more than 15 minutes until you can be sure the results don't make your hair too oily or soft.

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