TOP 10 100% natural homemade masks 🥥 for all hair problems🌴
My curly color-treated hair has unique needs which the hair care products on the market can't provide to stay healthy and shiny. So I always tend to complete my hair care routine with a homemade hair mask. And, nutrition is the key to great hair! Thus, I set up my personal laboratory to "design" my personalized products, which are more moisturizing and nourishing than a conditioner. All hair masks are based on natural ingredients with nourishing properties easily found in kitchen cupboards. The ideal ingredient for a homemade hair mask is coconut oil from my experience. Coconut oil, rich in lauric acid, has properties that help nourish, soothe, and shine your mane. This magic oil also promotes rapid growth and repairs dry and tired hair. What's more, its subtle scent pleasantly perfumes your hair. Finally, coconut oil has anti-dandruff and anti-lice properties. Here are the top 10 coconut oils homemade mask recipes I unearthed from DIY guides, so I hope it would be helpful. p.s. if you like me who has naturally black curly hair but now has bleached and colored hair, I highly recommend the first one. Coconut oil + banana = damaged hair treatment It’s a 100% natural mask that will nourish fragile, damaged hair! Bananas are rich in potassium, natural oils, and vitamins. This will help protect the elasticity of your hair in addition to softening it. This mask is excellent for deeply repairing hair fiber!! Ingredients 1 banana 1 tablespoon olive oil Mash the banana well with a fork until it has the texture of a puree. Add the coconut oil, spread the mixture over the entire length of your hair, and even your scalp. For each mask, you just have to keep it on for about 30 minutes, then rinse it and shampoo the hair as usual. You will see a difference in your hair, from the tips to the root!
Follow These Tips & Your Hair Will Thank You!!!
The reason I write this post is that I am still dealing with the effects of having my hair damaged by chemical hair straightening among years of doing box hair dye and neglecting to use silk pillowcases. I’ve rounded up some of the best tips that I have learned personally through my experience healing damaged hair and awesome tips I have picked up from family members and friends who are hairdressers and stylists. 1. Heat damage It's one of the leading causes of devastating hair cuticle leading to dry hair which becomes worse and worse by the day. Consider investing in a good dry shampoo to extend the number of days you can rock your hairstyle, look at using ceramic tools, and always use a heat protectant! 2. Over-washing Many dermatologists agree that if your hair is excessively greasy or is full of dandruff it is appropriate to wash your hair once a day. So do experiment with washing your hair less if you can or looking into a dry shampoo. Speaking of hair washing, lower your water temperature, and finish off your hair washing with a rinse of cold water on your hair also can give you an extra sleek shiny look. 3. Hair Masks Make sure to deep condition your hair with an appropriate hair treatment at least once a week and consider doing an overnight hair deep conditioning mask depending on your hair type and the level of damage you have. You know, having healthy, strong, shiny, and bouncy hair are universal signs of youth, vitality, and health.