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In this YouTube video, Rosa shows how to make an acondicionador capilar, which is a type of hair dryer. She explains that she uses a mixture of sandalwood and patchouli oil, and that she also uses essential oils that are similar, but are called "varoniles."

  • 00:00:00 The video discusses how to make an acondicionador capilar, or hair conditioner, and gives tips on how to use it. First, the narrator explains that because of delay, he can't see himself. He then goes on to say that he will lower the water temperature to warm it up, but if he is himself, he will go down and lower the water himself. He then introduces the people present and says that he is one of them. He begins to talk about the acondicionador and says that it is for his brown-haired friend and that if you want to know what he is saying, you should take note. He then shows how to use the acondicionador by filling one container with the oleous phase and the other with the acuos phase. He talks about how he is feeling and how happy he is to be there. He then says goodbye to everyone and promises to come back soon. He ends the video by saying that he needs to lower the energy because he is getting too high and that he will be back to normal soon.
  • 00:05:00 In this video, beauty blogger Carla explains how she uses an acondicionador capilar, which is a hair conditioner that helps to reduce the amount of oil in hair, and adds in some essential oils to help relax and improve the condition of the hair. She also talks about using a different hair weighting system to help determine the right amount of product to use. Finally, she demonstrates how to apply the conditioner.
  • 00:10:00 This video demonstrates how to make an acondicionador capilar, which is a hair treatment that is faster than normal. I am very nervous, but I am okay. Two grams of Lima salt should be enough for this. I will leave it here. Now I am adding the necessary water and I am reserving it for later. When the emulsion is formed, I will add the correct amount. Now I am going to heat the water to the correct temperature. I am currently adding seven grams of water. If the emulsion dissolves, we have succeeded. If not, I will add another seven grams. [music] And this is the remainder of the phase. I take it to the bathroom. Maria can use gloves. That is why I laugh--I can't help it. They want to fall, but they can't. But I will do it--I started this whole thing without any help from my husband. Wow, it's only been a year since we didn't have any celebrations. It's amazing how things have changed. I never expected this year to be so different. Chat seems to have caught up to me
  • 00:15:00 The video presents Hacemos un acondicionador capilar, in which two women discuss how to make a hair treatment. Valeria from Argentina and Pablo González Soriano from Cuba share their experiences with Vitiligo, and discuss the benefits of using plant-based extracts and natural ingredients for hair growth. Glenda shares that her mother has Vitiligo, and that applying a topical cream and daily shampoo helped to control the condition. Josefina shares that she is very passionate and visceral about her personal life, and that her videos cover a variety of topics from the bed. Natalia shares that today is a "bad day" for her, and that she is tired from all the moving around. They discuss the stage of OLEOSIS DERMATOSIS, and Natalia demonstrates how to mix the ingredients for the treatment. The treatment is potent and hot, so she sets the thermostat to cool it down. They discuss the dangers of using hot tools and appliances, and Natalia shares that she lost some of her hair during this process. Natalia shows how to mix the ingredients for the treatment, and how to make the treatment using a hand mixer. She also demonstrates how to make a mix using a blender. She
  • 00:20:00 In this video, Cristina talks about her favorite beauty product, gloss, and how easy it is to make at home. She also shows how using a few other ingredients, such as Jabonarium and Patriotas, can be added to the recipe to make it even more effective. Finally, she shares a recipe for a hair mask that will leave your hair soft, shiny, and healthy.
  • 00:25:00 In this video, Eugenio demonstrates how to make an acondicionador capilar, which is a facial moisturizer that uses inulin, a type of soluble fiber, to help improve the skin's texture and hydration. The video also features Miriam, who shares her experience using the product. Finally, Eugenio demonstrates how to make an acondicionador bombeador, which uses proteína de bebé (baby cereal) to add extra hydration to the moisturizer.
  • 00:30:00 In this video, a woman named Miri discusses her hair care routine, which includes using a product called a "acondicionador capilar." She warns against using a "tapón," which she says is a waste of time and can be dangerous. She then shows how to use a protein hydrolysate called "proteína de arroz" instead. This product contains three grams of protein and can be mixed with other ingredients to create a custom hair care routine. Finally, she warns against using "cosmética sólida," as this can be harmful to the hair.
  • 00:35:00 In this video, Margarita Merche and her son discuss how she uses Hibiscus flowers to condition her hair. Merche also talks about her other channels, including a cooking channel, and how she'll be leaving YouTube in January due to frustrations with the platform. She then demonstrates how to do a pH test on hair, and tells the audience that they'll be seeing more Caña (Hibiscus flower) content on her Twitch and YouTube channels in the near future.
  • 00:40:00 In this video, a woman explains how to make an acondicionador capilar. This type of hair care appliance helps to control the pH of hair, which can be helpful in improving the color and texture of hair. She also recommends using a conservant to keep the hair in good condition.
  • 00:45:00 In this video, Sonia shows how to make an acondicionador capilar, using a small pipette to add the essential oil directly. She also talks about the different types of Aceites Esenciales, and how to use them properly. Finally, she shows how to make a desert using pan de queso and chicletos.
  • 00:50:00 This YouTube video is about how to make an acondicionador capilar, which is a type of hair dryer. The user, Rosa, shares that she uses a mixture of sandalwood and patchouli oil, and she smells the same. She also uses essential oils that are similar, but are called "varoniles." She feels the cord on her phone when she pulls it out of her pocket, but she forgot to put the acondicionador on silent. Since it is taking up space, she is not going to wear it now. Vale. Gracias, Rosa. I am Rosa, and I had a day really. Look at this ideal of this hair dryer--putting it in a container because that's what I'm saying with a stopper on the top and you can use it with a dropper, allowing us to use it with a two-pack dispenser. That way, the texture allows for a fluid product. It will then become a bit more firm after a while and conforms to how long it is used. One thing and another. A look here and there. One thing I miss is taking care of my hair in the past--before I did my hair extensions. The feeling of soft,

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