6 Natural Hair Masks Ideal for All Hair Type

Natural Hair Masks Ideal for All Hair Type

Have you ever tried to make a natural hair mask at home? Making DIY natural hair masks is not only very cheap, but it is also very simple, and all you need are a few kitchen ingredients.

The change of seasons, lifestyle, poorer intake of vitamins are enough reasons for your hair to lose its shine, start to fall out, become brittle, and fragile. Sometimes simply shampoos, masks, and hair conditioners, which you buy in supermarkets, are not enough to bring it back to its original healthy condition. This is because they are full of chemicals that bring hair more harm than good. Then it’s time to turn to nature, whether to start using completely natural shampoos without sulfate, parabens, and silicone or to try to help your hair shine again with the help of a natural hair mask.

The main ingredients in making a natural hair mask

Olive oil. I think it has long been clear to everyone that this is one of the most important ingredients in all hair products. Olive oil for hair in such a natural way hydrates and gives softness, that you will feel as if you have been holding the balm for hours. The oil helps damaged and cracked hair regenerates and restores its healthy natural shine.

One of the advantages of olive oil is that it goes well in combination with other preparations that help in hair care.

Milk. If you want to soften your hair, use milk as one of the ingredients. In addition to being rich in B vitamins that will nourish it, it will be incredibly soft and easy to comb after the first application of the mask.

Lemon. If you have oily hair, do not avoid this ingredient when preparing a natural hair mask. Lemon has proven to be an excellent remover of excess oil from the hair. You can also use it for lightening, but then you need to dilute it with water in a ratio of 1:2. But be careful with lemon! If you put it on more than you should, you can cause irritation of the scalp, which will lead to burning.

Coconut oil. Its hair benefits are huge. It is considered the best hair oil in the world. When you put it on, it gives the effect of a balm, and the hair after it is soft and shiny. Coconut oil helps prevent hair loss, recovers damaged hair, hydrates, and helps with cracked ends.

Honey. One of its most important functions in preparations is to hydrate the hair. It is full of amino acids and is great for regenerating dry and damaged hair. Add honey in the natural hair masks you make, and remember that you can’t overdo it.

Apple cider vinegar. It helps to remove excess oil from the scalp, and that is why it is recommended to use it for oily hair. In addition, it is great for removing dandruff and you can use it to help with tangled hair.

In addition to these main ingredients, you can add others to the DIY natural hair masks depending on what type of hair you are making the mask for.

Keep in mind that all these masks will be useless if you use a strong shampoo that causes damage every day. Natural shampoos that are mild are best for frequent hair washing and can make a real turnaround in her appearance.


Natural hair masks for dry and damaged hair

Dry and damaged hair occurs because the sebaceous glands do not produce enough oil, and thus the hair does not get wet as much as it should. This kind of hair is lifeless, brittle, easily broken, and blooms at the ends. Such hair needs constant care and shortening at the hairdresser’s every 2-3 months.

Dry hair is additionally dried by the sun, hairdryer, and various chemical treatments, such as coloring, and it needs additional care and rich natural hair masks.

With this type of hair, daily washing is not recommended because it only dries it out, but natural hair masks are a real balm.

The best medicine for dry hair is protein and they are most available in eggs. In addition to protein, eggs contain fats and vitamins that will feed it. Keep in mind that fatty foods are the best remedy for dry and damaged hair.

Natural egg hair mask

You will need one egg and a little lemon juice from the squeezed lemon.

You need to beat one egg (if your hair is longer, you can also use 2 eggs) and add a few drops of lemon juice, which will soften the smell of eggs.

Egg for hair is often put in natural hair masks because it is an excellent source of protein. In addition, it is rich in vitamins A (fights free radicals), E (stimulates circulation and increases hair absorption), and D (helps promote hair growth).

When everything is nicely combined into a compact mass, wet your hair and apply an egg mask on the entire surface. Leave to stand for about 20 minutes. Since the mask is quite liquid when applied, it would not be bad to put a plastic cap.

After 20 minutes, wash your hair with a mild shampoo and dry at room temperature without using a hair dryer.

Rinse your hair with lukewarm or cold water, and try to rinse it as well as possible and remove all the egg mask from your hair.

Tip: When washing your hair, use organic fruit shampoos. Sometimes natural hair masks you make, in this case with eggs, have specific scents. To remove them, it is recommended to use shampoos with fresh and pleasant scents

To have beautiful and shiny hair, apply this natural hair mask at least once a month.

Natural hair masks with olive oil

In addition to the egg mask, you can also make a natural hair mask with olive oil for damaged hair. The recipe is very simple. It is enough to mix 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 2 tablespoons of honey into a compact mass and apply on wet hair. Leave to stand for 45 minutes and then rinse. Use mild shampoos to wash afterward.

With this hair mask, honey improves humidity, is full of nutrients that nourish the hair, and will help you restore shine very quickly.

In addition to eggs and lemon, you can help dry hair by adding and combining the following ingredients: avocado (rich in vitamins A and E), banana (excellent in removing dandruff), mayonnaise (incredibly nutritious for hair), gelatin (creates a protein coat around the hair) and glycerin (a powerful hair moisturizer).

And here are more suggestions for making DIY natural hair masks for dry and damaged hair!

Olive oil

Oily hair and natural care

Usually, people who have oily hair also have oily skin. The two things go together in most cases. Due to the increased secretion of sebaceous glands, a greasy layer is formed on the hair. It has a greasy sheen, is lifeless and glued together.

There are a number of factors that can affect your hair to be constantly oily. One of the most important is hormonal changes, which can cause excessive secretion of sebaceous glands. Then there is stress, high humidity and heat, and finally the hereditary factor. Mostly, this kind of hair must be washed every day because it attracts an incredible amount of dust and all the dirt from the air.

Use mild, organic shampoos so as not to damage it further. After rinsing, you can drip a few drops of lemon juice to restore its natural shine.

To get oily hair in order, you will need a natural hair mask that breaks down oil and that will regulate it over time. Some of the ingredients that will help you with that are: lemon, baking soda, egg yolks, honey, castor oil, etc. Otherwise, in addition to these ingredients, you can also use green clay. It is great for removing excess oil from the scalp and face, so you can put it on the face as well.

Egg, honey and lemon in a hair mask

For this natural hair mask, you will need: 1 egg yolk, 1 tablespoon of honey, and a little lemon juice.

Mix the egg yolks and honey together into a compact, creamy mass. When everything is nicely combined, add a few drops of squeezed lemon juice and mix.

Apply the natural hair mask for dry hair, starting from the top of the head towards the ends. Use a brush to apply it evenly. Leave on for about 20 minutes, then rinse your hair with lukewarm water.

Rinse your hair carefully and thoroughly to remove all the mask from your hair and then wash your hair with a mild shampoo, constantly massaging your head to stimulate circulation.


How to nurture combination hair

This is perhaps the most inconvenient type of hair because it requires special care. It is characterized by an oily scalp and dry ends. You are in doubt about what to use from the preparation and what kind of natural hair masks to put on. People with this type are prone to getting dandruff. That is why the care consists of a mild anti-dandruff shampoo, dry hair shampoo, and conditioner.

Natural hair mask for combination hair

Combined hair is very demanding and complicated to maintain, so the packaging is a little harder to make.

From the ingredients for this mask, you need:

  • half a cup of yogurt
  • 2 strawberries
  • 1 tablespoon of baking soda
  • 4 tablespoons of jojoba oil
  • ½ avocado
  • ¼ cups of lemon juice
  • 2 tablespoons of honey
  • ¼ cups of apple cider vinegar
  • 2 eggs.

Mix all the ingredients until you get a creamy mass and then apply it on your hair. Leave the natural hair mask on for about 20 minutes and then rinse well. You will notice that the hair is fantastically nourished and you will see the difference in quality after the first application.

Apply the mask for combination hair at least once a month until it regains its natural shine and the oily traces disappear from it.

Since this natural hair mask contains a lot of ingredients, over time you will assess which ingredients you need to increase in quantity and which to reduce.

Natural hair mask with coconut oil

You can also use a coconut oil hair mask for combination hair. In addition to suppressing dandruff, the coconut oil acts as a conditioner, heals cracked ends, stimulates growth, gives shine, and delays the appearance of gray hair.

Coconut oil preparation is made by mixing cold-pressed coconut oil (1.5 tablespoons), half a banana, and acacia honey (2 tablespoons). Coconut oil should be left at room temperature until it melts. Mash half a banana, add honey, and mix until all the lumps are gone. Mix this mass with coconut oil and apply on hair.

Hold the mask for about 40 minutes and then rinse your hair well. Do not use conditioners.

Coconut oil as an ingredient for natural hair mask

Natural hair masks for normal hair

This type means all hair that is healthy and shiny. Neutral shampoos are recommended for washing this type of hair, and only when it is dirty.

However, keep in mind that if you expose your hair too much to the sun [1], drink a lot of drugs (particularly antibiotics), eat badly, or put perm you can lose the quality of your hair. Then you should try these tactics to improve the quality of your hair and of course, use the following masks:

Recipe for a natural hair mask for normal hair

Normal, healthy hair does not need any additional care to the one you apply every day, but it is not out of the question to feed it with a natural hair mask from time to time.

For the ingredients, take: 1 egg, 1 cup of yogurt or milk, a few drops of lemon juice, and 2 tablespoons of olive oil.

For normal hair, always use a whole egg.

Beat the egg with milk or yogurt and add 2 tablespoons of olive oil. When everything is nicely combined into a creamy mass, add a few drops of lemon juice. Stir the whole mixture and apply it on the hair. Use a brush to apply it evenly. Leave to stand for about 15 minutes and then rinse. Use mild shampoos for washing.

Be careful not to overdo it with lemon juice as you may feel a burning sensation on the scalp.

Lemon for hair is also used as a natural way to care for the scalp. It is excellent in the fight against scalp infections, stimulates hair growth, and is rich in vitamins B and C.


The most important vitamins for healthy hair

For healthy and beautiful hair, the most important vitamins are the ones you take in every day. With the right vitamins, you improve the quality of your hair in a natural way. Some of the most important are:

Vitamin C – helps strengthen immunity but also can help in growth and strengthening hair. It helps the body create collagen and it is a very important protein for hair, skin, and nails. It is best ingested through food and is most abundant in broccoli, kale, strawberries, kiwi, and red pepper.

Vitamin B – The first signs of insufficient intake of this vitamin are fatigue, malaise, and very slow hair growth. The best sources of this vitamin are meat, eggs, nuts, cereals.

Niacin (also known as vitamin B3) – Without a certain amount of this vitamin, your hair becomes brittle and lifeless. Foods that contain this vitamin are turkey, chicken white meat, tuna, mushrooms.

Vitamin E – It is important for hair growth and health. It is recommended to rub the oil, which contains this vitamin, into the scalp to encourage hair growth. You can find it in almonds, avocados, and broccoli.

Vitamin A – Helps produce sebum on the scalp which prevents hair from drying out. Foods rich in vitamin A are carrots, melons, and leafy greens.

In addition to the natural hair masks that you put on your hair, you can do a few other things that will improve the quality of your hair.

  • For starters, don’t wash your hair every day. Whenever you have the opportunity to skip a day – do it. By washing daily, you remove natural oils from your hair and skin, thus irritating the scalp and drying your hair. You need these natural oils especially in winter when the temperatures are low because they keep your hair.
  • If you can, dry your hair naturally without a hair dryer because it dries it out. Otherwise, you should reduce the use of hair dryers to once or twice a week, and if you succeed, you will save your hair from drying out and breaking.
  • Try natural ways to change your hair color. Many of them are nutritious.

In any case, if you are thinking about helping your hair in some way, which has lost its shine, elasticity and become brittle, let natural hair masks be your choice.

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