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Homemade Hair Mask Recipes!

Whether you have dry, frizzy, damaged, or color-treated hair, there is a homemade mask recipe out there for you! There is a wide variety of masks, from deep conditioning treatments to moisturizing masks. Below are the best homemade hair mask recipes that you can try for yourself!

Avo-Coconut Milk Mask

Avocado is an excellent source of vitamins A, B, and D, essential in maintaining healthy hair. The coconut milk will help moisturize your scalp, while the avocado gives you that extra dose of hydration! Start by mashing up an avocado into a bowl, then add two tablespoons of full-fat canned coconut milk. Combine to form a smooth paste. Apply this mixture on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave it for 15 minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water. 

Banana Honey Mask

Bananas are known to give our body an energy boost due to their high levels of potassium but did you know they can also make your hair shiny? The natural sugars in bananas help give your hair a boost of shine, while the honey will help moisturize and repair any damage. Mash up one ripe banana until it forms a smooth paste, then add two tablespoons of raw honey. Apply this mixture on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave it to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing out with lukewarm water. 

Banana Yogurt Mask

This is the perfect homemade hair mask recipe if you have curly or frizzy hair that needs extra moisture! The yogurt will nourish your scalp, giving your curls some bounce, while the bananas provide intense hydration! All you need to do is mash up half a banana into a bowl, then add four full-fat plain Greek yogurts. Combine them until it forms a smooth paste, then apply from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Let it soak for 30 minutes before rinsing with lukewarm water.

Honey Avocado Mask

Want shiny locks? The honey in this homemade hair mask recipe will help add that extra glow, while the gel-like consistency of avocados gives your strands an intense dose of hydration! All you need to do is mash up half an avocado into a bowl, mix in two tablespoons of raw honey, and one tablespoon olive oil or coconut oil. Apply this mixture on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave it for 40 minutes before washing out thoroughly. 

Coconut Oil, Mayonnaise, Yogurt Mask

 

The coconut oil provides intense hydration, while the mayonnaise and yogurt will help repair any damage. Start by mixing three tablespoons of full-fat plain Greek yogurt, one tablespoon of mayo (or olive oil), and two tablespoons of extra virgin coconut oil until it forms a smooth paste. Then apply from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing out.

Coconut Milk, Honey & Egg Yolk Mask

If you have color-treated hair that needs an additional dose of moisture, this is the perfect homemade hair mask recipe for you! Honey helps add shine, while eggs provide extra hydration. Coconut milk will help moisturize your scalp, giving you that summertime glow! Start by mixing two tablespoons of full-fat canned coconut milk, one tablespoon raw honey, and two egg yolks until it forms a smooth paste. Then apply from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing.

Egg Mask

If your hair looks dull and lifeless (or if they’re oily), eggs may be the perfect ingredient to give them an instant boost! The proteins in eggs help repair dry or damaged strands while also adding volume simultaneously! To create this homemade hair mask recipe, separate an egg white from its yolk and beat it until soft peaks form. Then, apply this to damp hair after shampooing (only use on the scalp – do not comb through your strands), then rinse.

Egg Yolk & Honey Mask

The proteins in eggs help repair dry or damaged strands while adding shine simultaneously! Honey will help hydrate your locks, giving them a natural boost of volume as well. All you need is one tablespoon each of raw honey and beaten egg yolks which you’ll simply mix until it forms a smooth paste before applying from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing. Leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing out.

Egg Yolk, Coconut Milk & Lemon Juice Mask

 

This homemade hair mask recipe will be your savior if damaged/dry strands are what plagues your crowning glory! The proteins in eggs help repair any damage, while the coconut milk and lemon juice will hydrate your locks, giving them a natural boost of volume. Start by mixing one tablespoon each of full-fat canned coconut milk, raw honey (or olive oil) with two egg yolks until it forms a smooth paste before applying from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing. Leave it to soak for 30 minutes before rinsing.

Coconut Oil And Brown Sugar Mask

If you’re looking for smooth and shiny locks, look no further than coconut oil! This natural ingredient will help to hydrate your hair while also removing any dead skin cells built up at the same time. To create this homemade hair mask recipe, simply mix one tablespoon of extra virgin coconut oil with two tablespoons of brown sugar until it forms a smooth paste, then apply from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing. Leave it in for 30 minutes before rinsing out.

Apple Cider Rinse

Keep your hair healthy by adding an apple cider rinse! The malic acid in the vinegar helps remove any residue build-up while also improving shine. To create this homemade hair mask recipe, simply mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar with one cup of warm water before applying it from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing and conditioning as usual. Leave in for five minutes, then rinse.

Tea Tree Oil & Apple Cider Vinegar Mask

Want to get rid of dandruff? This powerful homemade hair mask recipe will help! The apple cider vinegar is the key here as it helps kill off any bacteria while also removing product buildup. To create this deep cleansing, you’ll need one tablespoon each of apple cider vinegar and tea tree oil mixed with two tablespoons of warm water until it forms a smooth paste before applying from root to tip on damp hair after shampooing. Leave in for five minutes, then rinse.

Conclusion

There are so many different homemade hair mask recipes you can try. From deep cleansing to hydration, there’s bound to be one that works for your specific hair type! Try experimenting by mixing and matching several ingredients to see which will work best. All you need is a little time, patience, and the right recipe! Try some of these methods and find which one works best for you! Your hair will be looking healthier in no time!

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