Fashion & Beauty
DIY Hair Masks for Winter
It’s cold outside and that means it’s time to start paying a bit more attention to your hair. DIY hair masks are a great way to give your hair some serious TLC without a trip to the grocery store!
For Damaged Hair
This DIY hair mask will act as a smoothie for your hair. Honey and banana are great at strengthening tresses and coconut oil is perfect for adding shine.
Hot Oil Treatment
Not all DIY hair masks are thick, weighing down your hair. If that sounds more your style, opt for a hot oil treatment. You use whatever oils you’d like based on the results you’re wanting, put them all in a microwave-safe bowl, heat them up and coat your locks. Super easy!
If you’re wanting a hair mask that conditions and strengthens brittle hair and is vegan friendly, this one is for you. It may require a trip to store for extra ingredients, but the results are well worth it.
Greek Yogurt and Honey
This is great combination because it’ll have your hair looking great long after rinsing. Enzymes in yogurt are perfect for reliving an itchy scalp while honey will increase the overall luster of your hair.
DIY hair masks that use your overripe produce are perfect for when you’ve had a busy week and forgot about the guacamole ingredients you bought. This recipe is bound to leave your tresses feeling soft. Pro tip: If you have curly hair, run this mixture through a rice strainer before applying it to your hair. You don’t want tiny bits of avocado stuck in your curls indefinitely.