3 Easy DIY hair masks for natural hair

By Christine

Maintaining our natural hair doesn't need to be a hard task that will take a lot of our strength and money! Did you know that to have healthy hair we mostly need to moisturize our hair as much as we can. Hair masks are all about moisture and there are a plenty of ingredients  found in your kitchen that can be used to hydrate your hair. So if there is an ingredient in your kitchen that can do the trick, why not give it a try?

Try these easy 3 DIY hair masks to your natural hair!!


Yogurt is full of protein that nourishes your hair to grow strong and healthy. It can soften hair, add shine and even de-tangle curls/coils
Honey helps sealing moisture in your hair and conditioning it, cleanse and strengthen hair follicles and helps in hair growth.
Simply apply the mixture to hair after washing and leave it for 30 minutes before rinsing it and love your curls!!


This old school mask is made by combining an avocado and whole egg with a tablespoon of honey and a tablespoon of olive oil (coconut oil is always an option – and smells so nice you really can’t go wrong). Make sure all ingredients are thoroughly blended, so you don’t end up with chunks of avocado in your hair. Apply and wait for 20+ minutes before thoroughly rinsing.


This last deep conditioning mask is as simple as it can be, requiring only two ingredients, but flexible enough that you could add honey or yogurt just to be extra. You’ll make more than enough for one hair mask if you combine a ripe banana with a cup of full-fact coconut milk. Quick tip – This is one you’ll probably want to combine in a blender if you can – it’s tougher than you think to completely combine the two.

There it is, the three DIY mask that you don't need to break a bank for! They are easy and you can always add or interchange the ingredients and it will bring the same results, that's how good they are!



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