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5 Hair Masks We Know You'll Love
Your hair needs some love. True or false? If you answered true, we've got you covered this week with my top 5 Favourite DIY Hair Masks - all of which include four or less natural ingredients that can, without a doubt, be found in your kitchen. Let's get started!
The Ingredients (And Their Benefits)

Honey? Coconut Milk? Eggs? Who knew that all these #breakie foods could actually be used in a hair treatment? These raw and natural ingredients have proven to be great resources for achieving shinier, silkier, healthier, hydrated hair (and more!).
The best thing about these ingredients is that you don't have to look too far for them - they're probably already sitting in your kitchen cabinet or fridge.
Let's take a look at some of these natural products and their hair benefits.
Extra Virgin Olive Oil

Extra Virgin Olive Oil has always been used as a natural conditioner - it also produces soft and shiny hair by locking in the moisture and preventing dryness of the scalp. It's a great resource for preventing hair breakage, split ends, and even fly-aways!

Honey is great for retaining moisture in your hair and preventing hair fall-out - this is because it has a high sugar content. It's also an emollient, which helps smoothen and soften your hair, and brings back any lost sheen and shine to your hair!

Lemon is best for those with an oily scalp, as lemon juice has the capabilities of absorbing the excess oil and grease. This fruit is high in Vitamin C, and will help clean your hair from any deposited products and dust.
Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple Cider Vinegar is known for having antibacterial and antifungal properties which help with flaky and itchy scalps. It also cleanses the hair without stripping natural oils, and helps retain the moisture in your hair for better conditioning.

Eggs are rich in Vitamins A, D, and E, proteins and fatty acids, which help retain the luster and shine in your hair. On top of being delicious when cooked to an omelette - it's also a great natural conditioner!
Brown Sugar

Brown Sugar is a great exfoliant for the hair that helps eliminate dead skin cells from the scalp and any residue that may have built up.
The Strawberry Hair Mask eliminates excess oil and grease and will give your hair a glossy shine.

What You'll Need: - 6-8 Fresh Strawberries - 1 Tablespoon of Coconut Oil - 1 Tablespoon of Honey

Directions: 1. Blend all ingredients to form a puree 2. Apply evenly to damp hair 4. Let it sit for 5-10 mins 5. Rinse well with warm water


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