Having beautiful, long, and shiny hair is everyone’s desire. If you are desiring the same then there is nothing wrong with it. In fact, you should spare some time from your busy routine to spend on yourself. After spending a whole busy week if you give just 1 day to yourself then it is your biggest achievement. Like every other girl, I have a dream of beautiful, long, shiny, and silky hair. However, due to my busy routine, it is not possible for me to take care of my hair on daily basis. So, as a result, I got frizzy and damaged hair. I got really stressed. I felt like I will be bald soon Lol. But then I started to search for the hair ingredients that can be useful for my hair. Then, after a thorough research, I have found out some amazing ingredients and made my own DIY hair mask for damaged hair. At first, I felt anxious that what if it will go wrong, but then I have decided to give it a try. And when I tried it, I was amazed by observing the amazing results. Some of the people prefer coconut oil hair mask. But after extensive research, I have made my own hair mask. After just 1st wash, I found my hair 50% repair. So, I got happy and now I make it my habit to use it at least once in a week. Now, I am having beautiful and shiny hair. I want to share this DIY mask with you so here is the mask ingredients and instructions below. Have a look!
My DIY Hair Mask
- Aloe Vera gel – 1 tablespoon (fresh aloe vera is preferred)
- Honey – 1 tablespoon (raw honey is preferred)
- Egg – 1
- Olive Oil – 1 tablespoon (organic oil is preferred)
- Mayonnaise – 1 to 2 tablespoons
How To Use?
- Take all of these ingredients and mix them well.
- Apply the prepared mask on your hair in a well-mannered way.
- Leave it on for almost 1.5 – 3 hours.
- Repeat it for at least once in a week.
After using this mask, you will feel a dramatic change in your hair. They will be shiny, silky, and healthy. You will notice that if they again start to live. If your hair volume is less then it will increase with this mask. This mask is proved as one of the best hair masks.
Reality Of Ingredients I Have Used
Here, I want to provide you information regarding the ingredients that I have used so that their benefits become clear to you.
Many of us know the fact that Aloe Vera is useful for skin care, weight loss, treating stomach problems, acne, and hair. Well, Aloe Vera is a natural herb that works due to its proteolytic enzymes. It serves as a conditioner that leaves your hair shiny and smooth. Furthermore, it promotes natural hair growth, helps in reducing dandruff, and conditions your hair 1.
Honey works as a conditioner to your hair as it has the moisturizing properties. In this way, it helps in hair growth by restricting the damage to your hair. Furthermore, it strengthens your hair follicles 2.
Eggs contain B-complex vitamins, minerals, and proteins that are necessary hair nutrients. So, this ingredient is known as a power pack. These minerals and vitamins strengthen hair by providing strength to their roots. So, it provides new hair growth and strengthens your existing hair 3.
Olive oil works as a conditioner for your hair. It also works as a power pack for your hair. When you mix it with lemon, it also reduces dandruff. Furthermore, it strengthens your hair, provides them shine, and provides softness.
Important fact: Another interesting fact about olive oil is that it removes the paint from your hair 4.
This ingredient helps in defining your curly hair and make your hair strong, smooth, and well-defined. Furthermore, treats frizzy hair by conditioning them and make them straight.
Important Fact: Another interesting fact about mayonnaise is that it helps in reducing lice from your hair 5.
Hopefully, this hair mask will work wonder for you just like it did to me. I am very happy with its usage. Also, you should be careful in choosing a shampoo for damaged hair. You may visit a hair clinic and get the suggestions from a hair expert. It is essential to repair damaged hair to enhance your quality of life.
Try this amazing hair mask for damaged hair and share your view down in the comment section!
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