3 Super Easy DIY Hair Rescue Masks

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Weather your hair is short, long, curly, or straight, we all want hair that glows like Giselle Bündchen’s, bounces like Gigi Hadid’s, and makes headlines like Solange Knowles’. We want it so bad that we’re prepared to spend A LOT on any product that promises to nurture our hair and bring life back into them. Shampoos, conditioners, serums,there are thousands of products promising bigger, better, stronger locks. But what if I told you there was a way of achieving all that and more without you having to keep half of your budget on hair care.

So today in this blog i’ll be writing about some of my personal favorite hair DIY tips and tricks to make your hair glow more than your favorite highlighter,to fix your sun damaged hair or to get yourself the long needed break from the flaky scalp or a no hair day.

Growth boosting DIY mask for longer lock

Long healthy hair might seem like an impossible goal,that you might have even set as a new year revolution or might be thinking about doing it this time..but not any more.
Since I really believe in keeping things simple this first DIY tip has to be the simplest.
This mask is just a 2 ingredient mask..super affordable and easily available.This massk is not only going to leave your hair super soft but will keep your scalp in the best condition for optimized growth.

Ingredient:

Coconut oil (apply and massage on your scalp)
Ginger (chopped and grinded in the mixer)
Water(pour it in the ginger to make a paste)

Apply the coconut oil as usual on your scalp and massage it in.

Once you have done that take the ginger paste and apply it all over your scalp and especially in those areas where you experience hair thinning or baldness.
once this mask has been applied keep it for 30 mnutes and wash it off.

This hair mask is going to cause a little tinginess in your scalp but that is only because of the stimulating properties of ginger.It open up the locked hair follicles and helps in hair growth.also you will experience your scalp getting warm but it is also normal.

THIS MASK DOES NOT SMELL.

This hair mask will make a noticeable difference in your hair fall growth from the 1st wash itself.Not only will you experience a TREMENDOUS REDUCTION in hair fall but will also experience hair regrowth.

Cleansing DIY mask oily scalp

There’s nothing more annoying than taking a nice cleansing and refreshing shower, and waking up the following day and wondering why your hair is oily enough to fry an egg.
Now oily scalp can be due to variety of reason.Either it might be your hair wash cycle,or maybe excessive styling of hair,or even your obsession to touch your hair quite often..reasons can be many but there is a one stop solution to this problem.

Ingredient:

Apple cider vinegar (2-3 tablespoon)
water

Once you have shampooed your hair massage your wet hair with the apple cider vinegar.Let it sit for about 3 minutes and wash it off.
Vinegar will not wash off all the oil but only the unnecessary stuff making your hair greasy.

Repairing DIY mask for dry hair

Dry hair days are practically equivalent to a bad hair day.From breakage to looking like a broom’s strand dry hair can have a lot of depressing issues for a person.But fortunately dry hair are the easiest to tackle and manage.

If you’re someone who is a product-fiend or serial hair straightener/curler, even if the damage has seemingly not taken root (pun intended) use this mask at least once a week.

Ingredient:

aloe vera pulp (5 tablespoon)
olive oil (1 tablespoon)
egg yolk (1 egg)

Apply it to your dry and brittle hair and let it be for half an hour. Wash it off with cold water.

Give your dry hair a new life and definitely flaunt them on instagram!

These hair mask will make a huge difference to your locks making them luscious and definitely desirable!

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