A KINKY KIND OF BEAUTIFUL | Sh*t from your Cupboard Hair Masks

19.11.13

Taken from Free People
Emma came up with the idea of posts based on "Sh*t from your cupboard," with her Make it yourself bleach, now I'm sharing with you my 'make it yourself' hair masks that I use fortnightly. As winter is coming, my hair needs as much protection and moisture as it can get, so I turn to my hair mask chart. This time of year, my hair can be dry and crunchy (yeah, that sounds as bad as it is), so I use a combination of hair masks after I shampoo. 

For starters, bananas and avocados are amazing for dry hair. Unfortunately, I hate bananas--the smell, texture, taste (I'm cringing just thinking about it)--so I avoid it as much as I can, and avocados don't grow in the UK, so that's a no go. Instead, I use Mayo, Honey, and Eggs (sometimes). In addition, I add 1 tablespoon of coconut, jojoba, almond or olive oil for additional moisture and nourishment. For my most recent mask I added Rhassoul clay which acts as a cleanser for the scalp and a moisturiser.  I then put a shower cap on and give it 20-30 minutes to seep into the roots and shafts. [Do not shampoo or condition afterwards]. My hair always feels heavenly, and my curls are defined and soft...aaaahhhh...just the thought is making me want to make a hair mask now. What about you? 

To make things easier, I've included this hair mask guide for all types of hair problems. These can be used for every hair type, so let us know which hair mask you try and how it turns out.


Stay tuned for photos of my next hair mask, which will see me experimenting with using coconut milk & honey

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