Home Made Hair Mask

beautiful hairHere it comes another one of my creations. This is one of the new home made hair mask that I’m planning to use very soon.My hair is extremely dry, living in a country with weather as dry as Chinese one; your hair will definitely be the first one to suffer. I usually have to buy all kind of hair treatments and use huge amounts of hair moisturizers. One of my favorite ones is Garnier Fructis, but if you want to go for a more natural and cheaper home remedy, try this one I just found that works just as an oil treatment.Mayonnaise, egg and essential oil hair mask:Ingredients:-3 tablespoon of Mayonnaise (double the amount for long hairs)-1 egg-a bowl-one drop essential oil (this is optional and the scent is also the one you choose)Preparation:Step 1: Measure the mayonnaise and put into a bowl.Step 2: Crack the egg open and add it to the mayonnaise.Step 3: Mix the two ingredients together evenly, allowing the yolk to act as an emulsifier. Blend for a few minutes until is it completely mixed together.Step 4: Now you can add your selection of essential oil, make sure is only one drop because higher concentrations can cause allergic reactions and wrong results of the mask.Step 5: Now that the mix is ready, you can apply it to your hair.When applying the mixture to your hair, you should better use your fingertips (use gloves if you don’t want to touch the mix with your hands). Add the mask evenly through your hair and add some more to the spots where it is especially dry. Bundle your hair on top of your head, you can cover it with a shower cap if desired and leave it for 15 minutes. If your hair is too dry or damaged or it is too long, you can leave if for a longer period of time.After that time you can rinse the mixture off with warm water and shampoo and style as usual.If there’s some mixture left that you wish to store, keep it in the fridge and never longer than a week, because it will lose all its properties.In other posts I’ll keep giving home made remedies for dry or damaged hair (like mine) that won’t take to long to elaborate and that are cheap to create.You should always remember that your hair is usually a reflex of your health and an improper care of your hair might end up in hair loss problems, dandruff or any other kind of illness.Do you know any other home made hair mask?
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3 thoughts on “Home Made Hair Mask

  1. The above hair mask is a great home remedy for beautiful, strong hair.. but here are a couple of others i came across and tried.. they really work wonders and i’ve come to believe that Coconut oil is the magic ingredient!!
    tip 1- use a few hibiscus flowers in coconut oil and boil till its mild enough for hair application(Over-boiling can harm the hair!). Filter this in a strainer and gently apply onto scalp with your fingertips (rigourous application can cause hair fall).

    tip2- The juices of curry leaves, basil, hibiscus flower and gooseberry boiled along with good old coconut oil is very useful too. Apply this concoction to hair, keep it on for 15 minutes and rinse off.

    Most of all dont forget to do a steam wrap after application to help open ur pores and absorb the goodness of all these ingredients!!

    These great, easy-to-do remedies are available on http://www.healthyhaircareonline.com/
    its a very informative site for all those who care about their hair.

  2. Thanks for the comment, great recipes. I’ve used in the past some coconut oil recipes and they are really great…I’ll definitely check that site for more advices 😉

  3. All hair product companies, whether a professional line or one sold over the counter (OTC), are competing with each other in the same confines of product development. They create water soluble products that make hair do wonderful things. This pertains to styling aids such as mousses, gels, hair sprays, mud’s or putties, thermo protectors, conditioners (leave-in and rinse-out), moisturizers and many more. While searching the internet and communicating in website forums and chats, women are hesitant to believe facts about products that can be superior. Many fall into the same mindset as hair stylists as they fall in love with a certain product or product line and will not budge towards trying something new and innovative. In other words, they are closed to new ideas.

    Product manufacturers saturate the shelves with products for every hair issue. They tweak products like a gel that either sprays, foams, pours or pumps. They change the scent, the packaging and name the product with catchy titles like Bedhead, Superstar Queen Spray, CHI Helmet Head Spritz, Hair Big Sexy Hair Flip It Over Spray and many others to grab the attention of the consumers purse.

    I have nothing against these products and some work very well but consumers are on overload with huge investments of products that offer hope and the desire to ultimately have perfect hair. Curly headed girls layer product over product sharing their successes with each other and are resistant to look at products that may cut down the time in the dressing room and not have to dance around the flames of rituals.

    Finally there is a product that is set apart from all of the others. It’s the first truly innovative product to hit the hair scene in 15 years. A line that is simple and essential to the ultimate performance of your favorite product. The manufacturer is Sabino Hair Solutions and their star performer is Moisture Block. Sabino has developed the first waterproof product for hair. Why would someone want to waterproof (climate control) their hair? Simple, once you can wrap your mind around it. Moisture control is the single most important factor in how your hair looks and feels. When the hair is towel dried it has the perfect level of moisture-10 to 11%. The minute the hair is dried and hits the elements (humidity), water soluble products start evaporating immediately (water can’t hold up to water (humidity)-right? Moisture Block solves this problem by waterproofing the hair. It provides a 100% barrier to essential moisture leaving the hair or excess moisture coming in.

    Conditioners are water soluble so they dilute or dissipate leaving hair vulnerable. So the next thing to do is use more product so the cycle starts over and over again until it’s time for a new bottle. Now let’s take that same conditioner and lock it in with Moisture Block. Once the product is locked into the hair, climate changes and heat from blowers and irons are challenged. When using irons, the heat actually drives Moisture Block deeper into the hair shaft with the conditioner for maximum effectiveness. If you take these same facts and use them with other products (whether natural or not), Moisture Block makes the product out perform its designed purpose. This means that your products will be used less and last longer.

    Sabino Hair Solutions came up with this technology because just designing another product with a gimmicky name wasn’t going to cut it. It would have ended up in someone’s bathroom shelf along with all of the other dusty products. Sabino Hair Solutions technology out performs all other products when it comes to climate control for your hair. So instead of competing with water soluble lines, Sabino’s products actually make your current products more powerful and worthy of your hair.

    Moisture Block contains only 2 ingredients. They are the highest quality cosmetic silicones you can find. There is no water, alcohol, color, fillers or fragrance. There are those that believe that silicones weigh down the hair or build up. This is because water soluble products are made with oils, alcohol, or other useless additives. They leave a residue and make the hair feel heavy. Moisture Block does not weigh hair down or build up and comes out with any shampoo or “no poo”. Also remember that when you “no poo” you actually create a build up of conditioner so the hair will not lift or fly away. Why not try a product that keeps hair shiny, light, touchable and completely frizz free?
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