DIY - HAIR MASK




I am not a big DIY person. I like to see others doing it become thrilled to try quickly afterwards, but almost never actually do. Beside some face-masks, I´ve tried to do some hair masks few times. And they worked! Here are my favourite three that I want to share with you. Let me know how they work on you and if you like them.

Winter is finally over, leaving us, regardless tons of moisturizers (and I hope daily-water replenishment too), not only dry skin, but also dry and dull hair. The best way to re-hydrate and revive your hair is this easy, home-made "formula", consisted of half avocado, 1/4 cup of mayonnaise (don´t make that look now...I know you live healthy, but your hair needs it), one tablespoon of olive oil, one another of coconut oil, one tablespoon of honey and four tablespoons of water. Put all ingredients into your blender, mix them and before you comb the mask through your hair, you need to wet your hair with warm water, so in this way will open the hair follicle. The mask should stay at least 15 to 20 minutes, allowing your hair to absorb all nutrients. Afterwards rinse your hair with cool water to close the cuticle and lock in moisture.  Hydrate your hair with conditioner and then do a final rinse.

Mix two yolks, rum and lemon juice for an ultra-repairing hair mask. 15 minutes should be enough. After that wash them normally.

When your scalp itches you and from your head starts "snowing" (oooh those "lovely" flakes), try with this easy solution - heat a few teaspoons of olive oil, coconut oil and almond oil. This hair treatment provides moisture to dry and damaged scalp. Even easier one is a mask made from banana and avocado. Put this mixture onto your scalp and let it sit for at least 30 minutes. After that simply rinse out.
/ original image courtesy of wsj magazine /


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