Mix all ingredients in a small bowl. Pour all ingredients into a bottle. Massage a few drops of the oil into the palms of your hands and massage it in a circular motion all over your scalp. Spread the oil all over your hair from roots to ends. Leave it on for 15 minutes or more. It can be left on the hair overnight for a deeper treatment. Wash with shampoo and conditioner.
Egg-based masks are considered masks for dry, brittle, i.e. damaged hair. They balance PH levels and treat excessive dandruff and the buildup of chemical products that damage hair.
- 2 big eggs
- natural aloe vera gel
- 2 tablespoons castor oil
- tablespoon lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons of brown sugar.
Mix all of them and then apply to the hair from the middle of the hair to the ends. Leave it on for 30 minutes. Rinse your hair and use a fiber towel to reduce frizz and treat hair damage once and for all.
11. Moisturizing hair mask
The best moisturizing masks are those that contain coconut oil, because the benefits of coconut oil for your hair are endless. Unlike some other natural oils, coconut oil penetrates into the hair’s cortex (the thickening layer), providing more than just a shiny exterior – it moisturizes to the core. the components:
- 1 tablespoon of coconut oil
- 2 tablespoons honey
Bring the coconut oil and honey to room temperature and mix well before serving. Be careful not to get it too hot, rub the mixture into damp hair, making sure to cover each strand from roots to ends. Leave the mask on for 20 minutes and then rinse it well. Follow your usual shampoo and conditioner routine.
12. Yogurt hair mask
One of the most popular direct applications is a yogurt hair mask, also called a deep conditioner. People use yogurt masks to treat hair damage caused by: the environment, such as the sun, air pollution, and changes in the season; from hair styling tools, such as hairbrushes, straighteners, and hair dryers; and from hair products, such as those used for styling, coloring, straightening, and curling.
Yogurt hair mask ingredients: