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A.M.O (Avocado, Mayo, Olive Oil)

Gina Naranjo

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Need an easy and natural hair treatment? Then ya gotta try this one! It’s our go to hair mask, our holy grail and although we love trying new ones, we always come back to this. A fresh blend of avocado, mayonnaise and olive oil.

Now, I have to be honest, I’m a little biased and pretty obsessed with avocados, but for a good reason. It’s been a lifesaver when trying to eat clean and I really enjoy adding this luscious veggie (botanically its really a fruit though) to EVERYTHING, including my hair. I was excited to find out that avocados are not only healthy for my body but super healthy for my curls. They’re rich in nutrients and proteins, vitamins and minerals. Considered a major super food, the amino acids in them will help heal and nourish a dry and itchy scalp, making it great for those with dandruff. Avocados also combat split ends, and adds shine and luster to coarse, dry hair. A must ingredient for all of us curly girls.

It actually took me by surprise when I started using avocado oil on my hair and it worked wonders. My hair usually doesn’t react well to oils due to a naturally oily scalp. I can end up with limp curls if my locks get too much oil. Things like Moroccan and Coconut oil are often hailed as magic in a bottle for curls, but it doesn’t really work for me. Kind of my life story =) So I decided to take it a step further and tried a hair mask with real avocados and olive oil since it’s a lighter oil and added full fat mayo.

Messy? Well…yes, but these are all such awesome ingredients! Olive oil is extremely moisturizing and contains antioxidants and vitamins. It’ll thoroughly condition and strengthen your curls and scalp. Mayonnaise is known to repair dry and damaged hair. Mayo often gets a bad wrap when ya throw a pound of it on a sandwich but it actually contains natural and healthy oils that will help to moisturize frizzy and brittle hair. The vinegar in the mayo will also restore the pH in your hair to healthy levels, always our number one goal.

This is now my go to monthly DIY curly cocktail. It’s not only easy, fast and inexpensive, but it WORKS!

Alrighty, so here’s what you’ll need:

2 spray bottles

1 hand mixer

1 cup of mayonnaise – the nice full fat kind

1 whole avocado

2 table spoons of olive oil, can use evoo

1 shower cap

*Use organic ingredients when possible

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We love experimenting and sharing ideas to keep our curls happy and healthy. Try the AMO hair mask at home and leave a comment letting us know how it goes. Don’t forget to share your favorite DIY curly cocktails too!

Curly Gift Guide

Gina Naranjo

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It's that time of year again, where we make our list of the amazing presents we want to receive, along with a list of the very best gifts we want to give! I tend to think us curly girls are pretty easy to shop for, although my husband would argue otherwise, whateva. This list of the top 5 gifts for the curly girl in your life is in part for you but kind of for him as well. I mean, you might want to email him the link or post this to your FB so your friends and fam get the message, just saying, a little help in the right direction is nice, right? Most of the wavy and curly haired women in my life would know why I want and need all of the things on this list, but others might wonder, "What in the world is that diffuser used for and why does anyone want a towel as a gift?" But ya'll get me and this list is for us!

1. Appointment with A Special Curly Hair Stylist

Is there a hair stylist you've wanted to try but their schedule is too full or their prices too high? Well put them on your list! I love giving the gift of an experience, and getting your hair done by someone you've been stalking on IG, or beyond, is a gift in itself. Unfortunately, you will likely have to be very specific with this gift request on your list but go for it, I definitely am =)

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2. Curly Hair Product Gift Sets

Who doesn't love a freaking gift set?! This is a great way to try a bunch of products in one line at a discounted price. There's so many great lines, including our Cheeky Curls line and holiday gift sets!

If there's a hair care line you've kinda tried but need to see what else they're working with or have your eye on a particular product, now is the time to take the plunge. Also, if you have a fave line already, you can stock up big time. 

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3. Hair Diffuser

Sooo, I have to admit the diffuser I use is archaic. It's horrible. I really want a new one, ahem...someone send this request to my husband...But seriously, I have no idea why I haven't broken up with my old diffuser, I'm definitely attached and I need to let go. I've secretly had my eye on the Curly Co. and the Segbeauty Portable Diffuser

If you need additional diffuser options, check out this great article from Bustle.

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4. Specialty Towels for Curly Hair 

This is actually a great stocking stuffer and something I'd love to give to a curl friend and receive as well. Now, don't get me wrong, I use old t-shirts (and sometimes paper towels) to dry my hair and they work fine in reducing frizz, keeping in moisture and thus creating a better curl. Not to mention t-shirts are far superior for drying our hair than regular towels, but I'm intrigued by The Curls Like Us Curl Cloths They seem legit, have great reviews, comes with a convenient hang tag and fits like a turban for fast and easy drying. There's a bunch of hair towel options outlined on Naturally Curly, pick the one you'd like to see in your stocking on Xmas morning!

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5. Curly Pride T-shirts

There's so many super cute t-shirts for us to wear in support of our naturally curly locks. One of my faves has been Pelo Malo Where? meaning, Bad Hair Where? or Big Hair Big Dreams from Dear Naturalista . Instagram has a plethora of options or you can get creative and make your own and give them out as gifts. 

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Hope this gift list has helped you to complete yours! Whatever you get or give this holiday season, hope it comes in the spirit of love and light. Tis the season to drink, be merry and have amazing hair, mwah!

The Best Halloween Costumes for Curly Hair

Gina Naranjo

Ah, it’s that time again to celebrate the fall season and get creative with your Halloween costumes and we’re here to help! There are so many great options that allow you to flaunt your curls and have some fun. Take a look at a few of our picks. Of course we had to have Beyoncé on here twice though, her costume changes are everything. And what kind of Halloween would it be without a few Game of Thrones characters thrown in the fashion mix? The only thing required is that you work all of it, the hair, the clothes, the shoes, and the fierce side eye!

Beyoncé & Jay Z

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Missandei from Game of Thrones

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Khaleesi / Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones

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Princess Merida from Brave

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Hermione Granger from Harry Potter

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Sandy from Grease

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How to Find a Hair Stylist for Your Curls

Gina Naranjo

Finding the right hairdresser for my curly hair has been the biggest pain in the arse ever! I was spoiled for a very long time, about 7 years, with my stylist. She made it look effortless, she knew my curls, she understood toward the top of my hair the curl pattern is different than at the nape of my neck and requires a different technique.

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Healthy Her Intro

Gina Naranjo

Helloooo and welcome to the Cheeky Curls Healthy Her blog! This has been a long time in the making but so glad it's now come to fruition. As many of you know, Cheeky Curls was created due to my need for clean and safe products after being diagnosed with the autoimmune disease, Rheumatoid Arthritis (RA)…

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