Mask For Hair Moisture, at home! (with video)

MOISTURE MASK FOR HAIR

Hello beauties! Today’s post is about how to make a mask for hair! I made a hair mask today to moisturize my hair and strengthen it. As you all must know by now, I’ve been growing out a pixie cut since 2012. I’ve experimented with EVERYthing that can give my hair a boost. The mask I made as home today helped a lot, so I thought I’d share it with you all today.
Before and After, moisture mask for hair at home

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Moisture Mask For Hair

So I have very fine and dull wavy hair. It has no body or lift by the scalp. It is also frizzy and prone to dryness. The more moisturized it is, the easier it is for me to manage.

In addition to needing moisture, my hair needs something to make it stronger. After all, it is very fine and brittle.

So the mask for hair I made consists of:

  • Half a ripe avocado
  • A whole super ripe banana
  • Coconut Oil (about a tablespoon)
  • Grape Seed Oil (about a tablespoon)
  • A few drops of honey
  • 5 prenatal vitamins
  • Rosemary water
  • A splash of apple cider vinegar

I threw all of these ingredients in my blender. Until it was a smooth liquid.

Then I distributed the smoothie mask for hair all over my scalp and massaged. Then I made sure to soak my tips in the hair mask. After I massed the smoothie mask for hair all over my hair and scalp. I tied my hair loosely in a top-knot. Then I wrapped it in a towel and let it sit in my hair for about 45 mins.

Then I shampooed twice to be sure to keep my hair extra clean. I used a sulfate-free shampoo from Joico to preserve my color and to not strip my hair.

If you’re prone to tangles like me, your hair might get a little tangled. So wash carefully.

Hope you liked this! Keep up with my hair growth journey on My Instagram. Thanks for reading! Until next time.

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