Hair Treatment

Homemade Mask for Long Layered Hair

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Everyone is making own mask and them love best for damaged hair, but most are too expensive to use as frequently as recommended. You can make your own with ingredients you probably have around the house.

Homemade masks are good for soothing and repairing cuticles damaged from coloring, hot tools, saltwater and even chlorine.

All hair types are including coarse, frizzy, dry, oily, fine, and wavy hair. There are some homemade masks for long layered hair the following:

Milk and Honey

Milk and honey are working wonders on brittle and damaged hair that is thin and can be weighed down by heavy conditioners and oil treatments. You just need two cups of milk and two teaspoons of honey.

This is where you should add the flour, too, if you’re using it. It is over dry hair in sections and massaging. It is making covered. Shampoo after 15-20 minutes and you can get long layered haircuts; here you can see more hairstyles.

Hot Oil Treatment

You are able to get hot oil treatments at pretty much any drug store, but you can really just do them with stuff you have lying around. You will be wanted to use it on for dry, coarse, oily, or damaged hair.

You can use any home hair treatment for long hair but damaged hair benefits highly from sweet almond oil, extra virgin coconut oil, jojoba oil, and avocado oil. You can keep the treatment simple by just warming up your favorite oil, or get extravagant and add herbs and hot towels.

Banana and Olive Oil Mask

You are taking a banana and a tablespoon of olive, coconut, almond or organ oil until they are a paste.

You can separate your hair into a few sections, and massage it from the roots to the ends. You can pull your hair into a long and then put on the shower cap. You can keep it on for 30 minutes, and then rinse it out as normal.

Avocado and Olive Oil Hair Mask

Avocados are truly a wonder ingredient, and it is including recipes for your hair. This one is best when left on for a half-hour, so pull up Netflix for the wait. You just need a ripe avocado, and one-to-two teaspoons olive oil.

You can apply it to the roots or your scalp if your hair gets oily naturally. Then, put on a shower cap and wait for the 30 minutes. Rinse it off in the shower, and use a normal and mild shampoo.

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