Now introducing hair masks!
Yes, there are not only facial masks but ones for your hair as well that will give you amazing effects. The great thing is that they are all natural. Forget the expensive commercial products that can do more damage than good to your hair. Treat your hair and yourself.
There are so many different masks out there using all kinds of items. What I am going to concentrate on in this post is dry hair. No one wants dry hair. Dry hair looks unhealthy and is prone to split ends and is hard to brush and style. You may also have dry scalp. Masks do double duty because they treat the hair and scalp at the same time.
Is your hair dry and brittle? Is the color dull and lacking luster? Do you feel that your hair is getting dry and suffering from the dry heat of your home? Or because the cold winter has forced you to wear hats when going out, or just because your hair is stressed?
It's winter, and the weather outside is frightful (now we don't want your hair to look the same), but that is no reason why your hair can't still look and feel shiny, smooth and most importantly, hydrated. If you are experiencing dryness due to the cold winter air or just because that is how your hair is, there is help on the way!
Take a look around in your kitchen and let's grab some ingredients to make this winter hair mask to get your hair back to being moist and rejuvenated. The good news is, you don't have to spend hardly any money or buy chemical products to achieve the results you want.
So let's get down to seeing why these ingredients are good and getting you on your way to healthy hair. (this is not only for people with damaged or dry hair, everyone and anyone needs to treat and nourish their hair regularly.)
- When it's time to deep condition your hair and save your money it is time to bring out the mayonnaise hair treatment. You can get even better results with something that you most likely already have in your refrigerator than what you would get out of a pricey chemical treatment.
- The popularity of mayonnaise for conditioning your hair is due to the fact of the three main ingredients it contains (eggs, vinegar and oil) they are all great for restoring your hair's natural and must needed moisture.
- It contains a ton of
- Adds luster and vitality to dry hair.
- It's a traditional natural treatment for dry hair that restores moisture and shine. It also helps provide volume.
- When you treat your hair with mayonnaise, you get the benefit of L-cysteine. (an amino acid and powerful antioxidant found in eggs that can give your hair strength, shine and structure.)
- Helps the hair to recreate and repair itself.
- Makes your hair stronger and shinier.
- Delivers proteins and conditions your hair (because it is so rich in essential vitamins).
- Smooths and gives off a silky healthy appearance.
- Also helps prevent hair fall out and breakage (no body wants that).
- Eggs are good for all types of hair whether you have oily, normal or dry hair (egg yolk is specifically used for dry hair).
- Provides volume, shine and hydration (what more could you want?)
- Nourishes, conditions and improves the strength and elasticity of your hair.
- It is a completely natural product; therefore, treating yourself with it will help reduce the stress caused by chemical products and improve the health of your hair overall. Because it is stress- reducing and health promoting it works as an amazing deep conditioner.
- Healthy, clean and more manageable hair (yes please!)
- Believe it or not it helps with dandruff. It helps you calm it down and control it.
- Gives you that desired shine and strength.
- Natural oils work wonders on your hair. They add a sleek shine and cost much less than professional products.
- Most of us know honey as a delicious, sticky and sweet product that we use in the kitchen for cooking and as an ingredient to make our tea taste good. But, when it comes to using honey for other things like on our skin or hair, we may raise an eyebrow. So hang in there and wait till you hear what it does!
- It it stuffed full of vitamins and minerals, and it is even antibacterial so that it has incredible healing properties.
- It acts as a humectant (attracts moisture); therefore it locks in hydration and makes your hair smooth (it relaxes the cuticle so your hair feels soft and looks shiny).
- Nourishes and enriches your hair.
- It is food for your hair. (Or should I say a dessert?)