Apple cider vinegar hair rinse, workout shorts, faith chat and more

by purelytwins

Come join us sharing our thoughts on the Beatitudes from reading Matthew chapter 5 plus we share some new workout shorts we love and Michelle shares her apple cider vinegar hair rinse.

We hope this video serves you.

Please make sure you leave a comment below sharing your takeaways from Jesus’s teachings in Matthew chapter 5,  specifically the Beatitudes. We have more thoughts on the tough issues coming.

ACV hair rinse | workout shorts we love | Beatitudes faith chat and more

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We have NO affiliates with the products. We were not paid for this, we bought all of these products with our own money.

Products mentioned in the video:

1- I am becoming shorts: NO-RIDE and flex 5 inch

2 – Alo – aura short

For the apple cider vinegar (ACV) hair rinse:

1 bottle, I use these ones

Fill it half with ACV and the other half with water

If you want to use essential oils do around 5-10 drops of any or all of these oils:

  • lavender
  • lemongrass
  • peppermint
  • clary sage
  • rosemary

Sharing new workout shorts we love from I am becoming and Alo, Michelle shares her apple cider vinegar hair rinse that she mentioned in our hair product update video, plus we chat about our thoughts on Beatitudes. Please share your takeaways from Jesus's teaching on Beatitudes.


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Sending you love,


Lori and Michelle

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