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Homemade hair mask recipes

Updated on January 12, 2017

My top homemade hair mask recipes

The spring is almost here and you want to look good when the first sunny rays start to fondle the streets. Not only you expect the sun, your hair needs its warmth, too. The cold air damages your hair more then you expect. And more, if you don’t love hats, your hair needs really strong feeding. Here are my favorite homemade hair masks.

For soft hair

If you want softer hair try this honey hair mask. You will need 1 tablespoon honey, 1 tablespoon yogurt, 1 tablespoon alcohol, whatever you have at home, and one egg. Mix until you get a homogeneous mixture. Make sure the honey is completely dissolved. After that divide your hair in sections and start to apply the mixture on. Start with the roots and after that on the hair shaft. When the hair is completely covered with the honey mixture cover your hair with plastic bag and after that with dry towel. Leave the mixture on your head for 2 hours and go to take a bath. First use only warm water to remove the honey mixture. Don’t use hot water because it will seal the honey and the eggs on your hair. And you don’t want that mess on your head. After that use mild shampoo and wash the hair. That mask will make your hair softer, if you use it at least once a week. The hair is no longer damaged and thin.

Growing faster

If you want your hair to grow faster, use the help from the nature. You only need one egg and 2 tablespoons lemon juice. Mix well and apply on your hair. Leave it like that for 20 minutes. Wash the mixture away with warm water. It is recommended to do this every day if you want to see the result after one month, but if you haven’t time to do this every day, try to do it at least three times a week.

For shiny hair

For shiny hair use this homemade mask. Mix 1 egg, 1 tablespoon beer and 1 tablespoon milk. Divide the hair in sections and apply the mixture. Do this 30 minutes before washing your hair. Remove with warm water and mild shampoo. For better result apply a conditioner. Your hair will look healthier and shinier.

The natural ways to maintain your hair are always better. If you want really health and strong hair you have to take care of it. Winter and summer could be really bad with your hair, so try to make more about it. Use flat and curling iron less often and use more natural products.

DIY Damaged Hair Strengthening Mask by Andrea's choice


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      Monique Brown 

      5 years ago

      thank you for the recommendation, I use another good one, it's pro naturals moroccan argan oil hair mask which keeps my hair soft, shiny and healthy. :D


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