Q: Is it true that when you put Coca Cola on your hair after that wash it with a shampoo, it will give you delightful twists and curls? How can Coca Cola curl your hair?
A: beyond any doubt Coca Cola has been utilized for innumerable purposes, and adding curls to the hair is one of them. Notwithstanding, the thing that really happens in this case is not that Coke really curls the hair, however that it draws out the normal twist of the hair.
The mystery is this: Coca Cola contains phosphoric acid. This implies the arrangement of Coca Cola has a low pH level (Coca Cola Classic has a pH of 2.5). As an acidic solution, when Coke comes to a contact with hair it causes the cuticle of the hair to contract or gets tighten and will make the hair to look smoother and shinier. This additionally implies the hair (especially hair prone to twist) will have its common curl enhanced. So when you apply it to your hair, the cuticle tightens, which makes your strands look smoother and your twists look more characteristic. Others say the sugar connects to your hair, making it look fuller.
You basically apply the Coca Cola to your hair (it can be flat, in the sense that the acidity is not affected by the carbonation) and let it stay for a couple of minutes (5 to 10 minutes or something like that) then wash the hair. It’s essential to clean your hair with a shampoo since the drink contains a ton of sugar and could bring about a sticky or dried up buildup once it dries completely.