Cardi at Billboard Awards

Cardi B reveals the secret ingredient for her wonderful hair!

Want to know how the rapper maintains her luscious curls? The 'WAP' star revealed that she loves making a hair mask at home with natural food products! How does she have such gorgeous hair? Read below to find out!

  • Cardi started doing the hair mask for her daughter Kulture's hair care routine in November 2020.
  • The 28-year-old rapper loves sharing self-care tips with fans on her Instagram.
  • She always emphasizes the importance of natural beauty in her lyrics.
Cardi B on her Instagram

The wait is over! Now you can also have amazing curls styled to perfection too. With Cardi's chemical-free and all-natural Do-It-Yourself hair mask! The 'Up' rapper came up with the idea of it for her daughter Kulture's frizzy hair.

Are you excited to find out how to make it? 

Cardi B performing with her daughter

 'You need avocado, egg, honey, castor oil, and coconut oil'. Cardi narrated in her Instagram live stream.

Is that all it takes? No, the secret ingredient for healthy hair is a spoonful of aloe vera gel. The 'Bodak Yellow' star emphasized how this helped in nourishing her and Kulture's hair. As a celebrity all the costly hair treatment can be quite damaging to her scalp, don't you agree?

Cardi B and Kulture at an award show

Lastly, she mixed all the ingredients and added two tablespoons of raw honey. Click here to watch the clipping of her making it. The honey helps in defining the shape of the curls while the oil makes the hair stronger. Wow, how informative!

So nice of Cardi to share this cool hair mask with her fans. Do you think the worldwide star should open up a salon?

Conclusion

Apart from the busy life of being a world-famous star, the rapper likes spending time with her family too. Making sure she gives time to her husband Offset and daughter Kulture is her top priority. Will you try out her special DIY hair mask? Let us know in the comments below!

Bruno Wahrmann Lockhart

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