Spring is officially here so you’re probably ready to let your hair down, but your hair could use some TLC after being under winter hats the past few months.
Applying a DIY hair mask to your tresses might help revive your hair and get it ready for the spring weather.
What is a hair mask?
A hair mask is an intensive conditioner for your hair to make it stronger and better. Your hair does not have to be heat- or chemical-damaged or dry to enjoy the benefits of a hair mask; it helps if you want to manage your curly hair or the effects of aging on your hair.
What do hair masks do?
Hair masks are made up of butters, natural oils, and other rich ingredients, but the heavy concentrations of these ingredients are what makes these different from normal conditioners.
How to use a hair mask
You can apply a hair mask to your wet or dry hair. The hair mask can be combed down to the ends, taking the time to allow your strands to take in the ingredients.
Massaging the hair mask from the roots down to the ends can also help distribute the ingredients through your hair thoroughly.
Do DIY hair masks actually work?
The idea of a “do-it-yourself” (DIY) hair mask may make you wonder if it will work for your hair, but there is no need to fret.
Your DIY hair mask can help in nourishing and moisturizing your hair as well as your scalp.
In the end, you have improved, healthy and strong hair. Now you just need to figure out the best types of hair masks for you.
Best DIY hair masks for dry and damaged hair
The following FIVE hair masks are a must to try if you are experiencing damaged and/or dry hair:
- Coconut oil hair mask – Coconut oil is not only good for your scalp, but also easy to be absorbed to moisturize your hair. Blend melted coconut oil and a