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What I did: I did this over the kitchen sink you need an easily cleaned up area this is messy!
I did things a bit backwards and shampooed my hair first, then took the coffee grounds from a used k-cup and added a bit of water to make a paste. Massaged this over my hair making sure to get my roots and rinsed it out. It wasn't bad at all to rinse out the sink looked a bit crazy though. Next time I will try and shampoo my hair after I just thought that would wash away all my coffee goodness.
Coffee rinse:This was actually quite hard to do over the sink. I wasn't able to get the top of my roots very good and I am not sure if this did that much. No difference in shine compared to the straight coffee grinds.
Honestly while my hair was wet it felt so much softer and I had no tangles what so ever I have never had wet hair comb so easily. Once my hair was blow dried it felt nice but not over the moon nice. I don't think it added any extra shine to my hair. It did seem to deepen my hair which I am really pleased with.
I don't wash my hair in the sink too often but I may make a habit of doing this every few weeks to keep a bit of color in my hair. Overall it wasn't a diy beauty flop, anyone else tried this?