As much as your skin needs care, your hair does too. The rainy season can be harsh on your hair and the wind and dust can make it look frizzy and dead. In order to retain the shine, you need to oil and shampoo it at regular intervals . Also, masking your hair with natural items can help you revive its beauty. No, you do not have to visit the parlor for that. There are many easy-to-make hair masks that can be made from the food available in your kitchen, in the comfort of your home, and work wonders for your hair without hassles.
For dull, dry hair, an excellent option would be an avocado mask. Not only does it make it soft, but it also increases the volume. All you need is a ripe avocado, half cup milk and a spoonful of oil. Mix and apply. Rinse after 15 minutes.
All those who have scalp-related issues such as dandruff or itchiness, make a paste of oatmeal, milk, and oil and leave it on your hair for about 20 minutes. The difference will be visible with a few washes.
Two whole ripe bananas blended with a spoon of coconut oil, olive oil and honey each. Apply this 5 minutes before washing your hair. The banana mask is the most natural way of adding shine to your hair.
Too much of dryness due to rains, styling or overuse of chemicals can make your hair look extremely dull and weak. This can also lead to them getting tangled. Apply a small cup of yogurt to slightly damp hair and leave for 15 minutes. Sour cream can be used as a substitute.
Although the smell of eggs may not be very pleasant, they are extremely rich in proteins, vitamins and potassium. They help in reducing hair fall and heals damaged hair. Beat an egg yolk, add a cup of milk, a spoon of oil and squeeze some lemon juice in it. Your mask is ready! Keep for 20 mins and rinse with cold water.
Use these budget-friendly masks and flaunt your hair in every season!