5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

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Conventional shampoos are full of harsh chemicals that may damage your hair. In addition to this, certain elements like frequent hair drying or coloring can take out the natural beauty of your hair. We turn to Mother Nature this time, and here are some DIY hair masks to bring out those perfect locks.

5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

Bananas

Aside from being good for the body, bananas are also beneficial for one’s hair because of the vitamins it includes: Vitamin B6 and 12, iron, and magnesium. These vitamins found in bananas do a great job in softening the hair, and they also make your hair more elastic; thus decreasing the risk of split ends and hair breakage. With regular use, you’ll have more manageable hair and a less-itchy scalp.

How to Make the Mask

Mix 1 banana, 1 cup hot water, ¼ cup chamomile, 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply it to your hair and rinse off after 20 minutes.

5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

Avocados

Avocado oil has been widely used in a lot of hair products, and this is because of its capacity to moisturize and hydrate even the dullest of hairs. It also contains Vitamin E, a type of oil that gives an extra shine to the hair.

How to Make the Mask

Mash 1 avocado and mix it with 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 1 tablespoon of honey. Apply it on the roots alone, and wash off after 30 minutes.

5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

Eggs

Eggs are full of fatty acids, which make them one of the go-to products when trying to replenish the nutrients lost in your hair. Because they contain Vitamins A, D, and E, aside from giving the shine back to your hair, they can also help in your fight against hair loss.

How to Make the Mask

Apply 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of yoghurt, and 1 tablespoon of olive oil to the roots of your hair. Wash it off after half an hour.

5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

Honey

Whether it is eaten or applied topically, honey can work wonders for you because it is full of vitamins and minerals. Honey nourishes and moisturizes hair, and is perfect for taming that frizz.

How to Make the Mask

Combine ¼ cup of honey, ¼ cup of mayonnaise, and a tablespoon of almond extract, and apply it to your hair. Rinse it off after half an hour.

5 DIY Hair Masks for Deep Conditioned Hair

Olive oil

Olive oil works best in the nourishing of hair, and can simply be used as a hot oil treatment!

How to Make the Mask

Apply 2 tablespoons of olive oil with 3-5 drops of any essential oil to your hair, and wrap it with a hot towel. Rinse your hair after half an hour.

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