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DIY : Hair Mask For Dry/ Frizzy Hair

By Anamikadbn @Anamikadbn
DIY : Hair Mask For Dry/ Frizzy HairI was very popular (still I'm) in my family and to my very close friends for my DIY hair and face masks. I have an obsession with DIY beauty products. Whenever I get time, I just go for to make new DIY hair mask or face pack. In today's post, I am going to share with you some of my favorite hair masks recipes that help you to maintain healthy looking hair during the summer. 
My absolute favorite hair mask ingredients are honey, banana, curd, olive and/or coconut oil, eggs, and lemon. Any combination of these ingredients will give you what you are looking for.

Dry, Rough Hair: Mix honey, banana, Olive or Coconut oil, and an egg. This hair mask makes your hair soft and silky.

Dry, Damaged Hair: 2 parts Coconut oil with 1 part Olive oil mix together and apply the mixture to your hair, focusing on the ends. This will helps to moisturize your hair.

Thinner Hair: Blend banana in a blender with honey. Apply the mixture to your hair.

Dandruff: Mix together lemon juice, honey, and coconut oil.

Growth or re-growth: First, massage lemon juice directly onto your scalp. Then after 15 to 20 minutes apply a mask of banana, melted coconut oil, and an egg.

Those who have dry hair like me then mayonnaise may be a good match for you. It makes hair with softer, shinier, smoother feeling. Mayonnaise helps to deep condition hair. So you can also create your own mayonnaise with these above ingredients. Instated of lemon juice you can use vinegar.
Read here for DIY Mayonnaise Recipe
Each of these masks is ideally left for 20 to 25 minutes, but if you feel your hair needs a deeper treatment, it can be left on longer. Be sure rinse out in the shower and follow with shampoo and condition as usual.

How the ingredients work:

  1. Rich in vitamins and minerals which fortify the hair
  2. It retains moisture of hair, it has a  natural humectant source
  3. Honey has rich antioxidant properties which prevent damage, keeping your scalp and hair healthy. 
  1. The rich source of Vitamin C makes hair long and strong
  2. Balances pH levels which help rid scalp of dandruff
  3. Helps stimulate the scalp, which can help with re-growth
  1. The fruit is rich in vitamin A, B6, C, and E, as well as zinc and iron is important for hair growth, Vitamin E works to repair any hair damage
  2. Bananas contain natural oils and about 75% water so it also moisturizes hair 
  3. Creates a soft, shiny appearance 
 Olive Oil and/or Coconut Oil:
  1. Improves blood circulation to the scalp
  2. Fights bacteria and dead skin cells which can lead to scalp conditions
  3. Moisturizes –adds shine by conditioning the hair
  1. Protein agents that making your hair stronger
  2. Prevents breakage and damage
  3. Adds volume to your hair and gives a natural shine
  1. The protein content present in curd which helps to moisturize hair
  2. One of the best conditioners for hair. 
  3. It has an excellent tonic for the improvement  and quality of hair
So you can create different types of hair mask with these ingredients. These all ingredients are very safe and we can eat these also. Next time when you try a mask,  let me know what it does for your hair. Hope you guys love this recipes. 
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