Aztec Clay Mask on Natural Hair

What it do babyyyyy?

Welcome back to another blog post. This type of post is one I’ve never tried here before and that is because it pertains to my natural hair.

I’ve been experimenting with this mask from Amazon called the “Aztec Indian Healing Clay Mask” and I’ve been in love with it. It’s made my hair softer, much more manageable and easier to comb through. #naturalgirlproblems

Being that I’ve used it enough to tell you that my hair hasn’t fallen out, I figured I would share it with you in case it’s something you want to try out for yourself.

How to use the mask:

First things first, you need the mask and a bottle of apple cider vinegar. However, beware that apple cider vinegar smells terrible but you will get used to the smell.

You want to mix the powder from the mask with enough apple cider vinegar to create a paste-like consistency. In other words, you don’t want the mixture to be too watery but you also don’t want it to be too solid. (Do NOT use metal when mixing the ingredients.)

After you’ve gotten your mixture together, you want to apply it to sections of the hair from root to ends.

When you’ve applied the mask to your entire head, let it sit for about 15-20 minutes. You’ll feel the mask stiffen your strands… that’s normal. Don’t worry. When it’s sat long enough wash it out and apply your regular styling products.


My go-to styling product at the moment is Carol’s Daughter Coco Creme that I pick up from Wal-mart for around $10. That’s all folks! If you’re more of a visual person I’ve linked the video to this routine below.

From Me to You, Love!

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Shaakira White

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