Does your frizzy hair bother you? Is that itchy and dry scalp making your life miserable? Don’t worry; you aren’t alone. These hair issues signify that you need to take proper care of your hair this winter.
Just like skin needs moisture and supplements to stay healthy and hydrated, your hair needs regular nourishment as well. Hair masks are the way to go when bidding farewell to the frizz. If you’re spending some big bucks on expensive shampoos and conditioners with no results, then it’s time for you to give DIY hair masks a try. Allurials has compiled a list of the best DIY hair masks to address all your hair concerns this winter.
Protein Treatment Mask
Protein treatments are a much-needed procedure when it comes to your hair. Our body produces a protein called keratin that works in building-up tissue cells to keep your hair healthy and growing. At times your natural keratin process slows down when protein treatments come in handy. One of the oldest DIY hair care masks to make almost all your hair problems go away is an egg hair mask.
For an egg hair mask, all you need is an egg. Crack it in a bowl, whip it up, and apply it to your hair and scalp. Let your hair absorb the nutrients from the egg for at least 30 minutes before washing it off with a soft and mild shampoo. Not only is this mask cost-effective, but since it’s high in protein, it’s a good moisturizer for your scalp.
A Mask to Repair Split Ends
Daily we put a lot of strain on our hair. Excessive heat, re-bonding, highlights, lowlights, bleaching, hair dyes, and the polluted environment cause a lot of damage to our hair. So it doesn’t matter how well we condition our hair amidst these damages, as split-ends are inevitable. The temporary solution to this hair problem is a hair trim. In contrast, a longer-term solution would be an avocado protein mask.
Avocados are protein-rich and contain vitamins and supplements such as magnesium, copper, iron, folic acid, and amino acids. An avocado mask will help provide your hair with the nourishment it needs while aiding hair growth. You can grind an avocado in pulp and apply it to your hair for at least 20 minutes before rinsing it off.
A Mask to Repair Damaged Hair
Even an over-ripe banana has its uses. Instead of throwing it away, use it to make a hair mask. All you need is one banana and some olive oil. Mash the banana, mix in the olive oil, and apply it to your wet hair. Regular use of the banana hair mask will help repair hair damage caused by styling tools, treated pool water, and over-exposure to UV rays. Apart from this, this mask will breathe life back into your frizzy and dull hair.
Before you decide to put your kitchen to good use, remember that a thin line exists between applying every other mask to your hair and applying something that works. Get rid of this uncertainty with Allurials All Natural Aloe Vera Gel. For more information about our products, contact us here.