The best beauty ritual for nourished, healthy and eternally beautiful hair
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Ever find yourself in a store isle; product in one hand, Google reviews in the other; attempting to understand its long list of ingredients and desperately trying to justify its ridiculous price point?
I definitely do.
There are so many products out there and so much information accompanied by many different opinions telling you what you should and shouldn’t be using.
Today we're muting that confusion and sticking to what we know; simple ingredients that come straight from your kitchen.
We’ve put together some of the best DIY hair masks with ingredients you don’t need a thesaurus to pronounce.
They've been sorted according to what your personal hair need might be:
Have some bananas that are a little too ripe and don’t feel like baking banana bread? Why not make a DIY hair mask instead?
Bananas contain several vitamins (A, C & B6) and are high in potassium; these ingredients moisturize your scalp, increase elasticity, enhance shine and diminish breakage, dandruff and split ends.
Honey and olive oil sink into the
hair easily, reducing frizz by putting an end to dehydration.
(skip to 1:58 for scalp treatment)
This mixture is a hair mask that works as a scalp treatment that soothes a dry scalp and gets rid of dandruff by hydrating & cooling.
This oil treatment is amazing for
restoring hair that’s been damaged from either the sun or hot tools. These oils
contain omega 3 fatty acids, vitamins and magnesium which nourish, strengthen
& revive your hair.
Pumpkins won’t just be for carving this Halloween season; use the pulp after carving for an ultra-nourishing hair mask that’s safe for bleached hair.
contain vitamins A, C and E which help to strengthen hair follicles, promote
hair growth by enhancing blood circulation and prevent hair loss.
The omega-6 found in
oats protects your hair from becoming brittle and relieves scalp sensitivity.
oil provides intense hydration to your hair.
This DIY hair mask is a personal favourite.
There is nothing worse than trying to grow out your hair but it refuses to budge.
might just be the answer to your prayers as it helps to stimulate the scalp, inducing
And there you have it, the best DIY hair masks.
A simple way to pamper yourself after a hard day’s work and it didn’t cost you a single cent.
Pour a glass of whatever you fancy, light some candles and turn on that show you swore you wouldn’t binge.
Now that’s what I call self-care.