5 Natural DIY Hair Masks
Want to have shiny tangle-free hair that looks like you just walked off of a shampoo commercial? Lucky for you, deep conditioning hair masks are available to you in your very own kitchen.
Below we’ve got natural DIY hair masks that you can make using ingredients in your pantry. Forget all the nasty chemicals in drugstore hair masks; these concoctions will leave your hair feeling healthy and hydrated.
Natural DIY Hair Mask Recipes
¼ cup honey
3 tbsp. warmed coconut oil
Mix honey and warmed coconut oil until blended. Apply all over your head. Use a shower cap to cover your head and let sit 10 minutes or overnight for best results. Your hair will not only be moisturized, but the coconut oil will help promote hair growth.
1 tsp. almond oil
Mash banana until creamy. Add almond oil and mix until blended. Apply all over your head and let sit 30 minutes or overnight for best results. This mask will hydrate your hair as well as leave your hair feeling silky smooth.
2 tsp. olive oil
Healthy fats are not only good for your skin and weight loss, but your hair can also reap the benefits. Mash the banana and avocado until you have a paste consistency. Add in the olive oil and mix. Massage the mask into your roots for one minute and apply to your ends. Let the mask sit for 30 minutes or overnight for best results.
½ cup yogurt
½ cup honey
1 tbsp. almond oil
Yogurt contains natural probiotics that are not only good for your gut but can help promote hair growth. Combine all of the ingredients and apply all over your head. Let it sit for 20 minutes or overnight for best results.
¼ cup mayonnaise
1 tbsp. coconut oil
1 tbsp. olive oil
1 tbsp. honey
¼ cup water
If your hair is feeling extra dehydrated and brittle, then this mask is perfect for you. Blend all ingredients and apply to wet hair. Use a shower cap to let the mask sit for at least 20 minutes. Rinse your hair with cold water to lock in moisture.
Have you tried any DIY hair masks that you love? Please let us know which ones in the comments below!
Here is an infographic from Health Perch for a simple print-out that you can add to your fridge for a quick reference!