HAIR MASK FOR DAMAGED HAIR

 

Hair Mask For Damaged Hair

Have you seen this hair mask for damaged hair after braids for short hair? Did you know that you could actually mix these masks right in your kitchen? Watch This video to the end where it will reveal this hair mask for damaged hair.

 

Hair mask for damaged hair after brads for short hair 2018 is a natural homemade hair volumizre. This damaged hair routine is made by mixing all my hair products found in my kitchen together.

 

The best way to learn how to make hair mask for dandruff while having braids on is by using masks that won't leave recedues behind. Masks made of egg white are very good to use while having braids.

 

 

The same masks are good when it comes to finding ways of how to to get rid of dunruff on dreadlocks. It is best to treat your hair after braids rather than having to deal with the recedues left behind by the thick masks. Usually the safest methods of how to get rid of on relaxed hair is are to apply the after braids deep conditioning masks.

 

These masks will help you find ways of how to get long hair fast without weave. Using these mask treatments after braids care should be given to the damaged hair from pulling pulling tight and exhaustion of the scalp.

 

For those who are looking for treating braids for short hair 2018 YouTube videos have tutorials that will guide you on how to grow damaged hair as well as the hair growth tips for curly hair.

7 DIY Hair Masks That Will Actually Work

1. Honey, egg, and apple cider vinegar mask

 The issue: Dry hair. If your hair is feeling (and looking) a little parched, try this honey, egg and apple cider vinegar (ACV) mask. It is a great hydrating treatment that provides shine and nourishes without weighing down strands, says Stephanie Brown, master colorist at IGK Salon in New York City.

Ingredients:

1 teaspoon of honey,

1 egg,

1 tablespoon of ACV.

Directions:

Combine in a small bowl. You can double or half the recipe, depending on your hair’s length. Leave it on for 30 to 40 minutes before rinsing. This nourishing treatment works on all hair types.

2. Coconut oil, sugar, and essential oil mask

The issue: Flakes. If flakes start to appear on your scalp when the temperature is dropping, it may be because the heat in your home is higher and is drying out your skin, says Paul Cucinello, celebrity stylist and owner of Cucinello Studio NYC. Your scalp is no exception. This exfoliating treatment helps remove and reduce flakes and (bonus!) doubles as a great facial scrub.

Ingredients:

2 tablespoons of raw unrefined coconut oil,

4 teaspoons of raw sugar,

5 drops of peppermint oil,

2 drops of tea tree oil.

Directions:

In a small bowl, mix ingredients together. Using your fingers or a hair color brush, apply mixture directly to two inch sections of clean, damp hair in the shower. Once evenly applied, gently massage for 1-3 minutes and then clip your hair up and let it sit for the duration of your shower.

The sugar in this DIY scrub breaks down to glycolic acid which dissolves dead skin cells, says Cucinello. The coconut oil is rich in fatty acids and has anti-inflammatory benefits, the peppermint oil helps promote circulation to the scalp , and tea tree oil is antifungal, antimicrobial, and antibacterial.

3. Honey, ACV, and coconut oil mask

The issue: Dullness. Keeping hair moisturized and healthy always makes your hair look better, says Brown. When strands start to lose their luster, use an apple cider vinegar mask to enhance glossiness.

Ingredients:

Equal parts raw organic honey with apple cider vinegar and coconut oil.

Directions:

Apply the blend to damp hair and leave on for at least 20 minutes, then shampoo out. It’s great for all hair types and helps lock in color as well.

4. Cinnamon

and coconut oil mask The issue: Hair that won't grow. Try a cinnamon-based mask — the anti-microbial spice is known to stimulate blood circulation and promote hair growth and strength, says Liana Zingarino, a hair stylist at Serge Normant at John Frieda Salon in New York City.

Ingredients:

Equal parts cinnamon and coconut oil.

Directions:

Blend ingredients together well. Apply the mask onto your roots and part, and massage into your scalp. Let it sit for 30 to 45 minutes and rinse. Aim to do this mask at least once a week.

5. Green tea and apple cider vinegar rinse

The issue: Irritated scalp. While green tea has a laundry list of health benefits, you can add scalp soother to the list, says Sadah Saltzman, a hair stylist at Salon AKS in New York City. Thanks to its antioxidants and nutrients, this powerful ingredient calms and rebalances an irritated scalp. Peppermint oil is the perfect complement; it has anti-inflammatory properties and helps soothe and hydrate a dry scalp.

Ingredients:

1 cup of green tea,

2 drops of peppermint oil,

1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar.

Directions:

Mix well, massage into scalp and let sit for at least five minutes before rinsing.

6. Egg white and lemon mask

The issue: Grease. If you are prone to greasy hair, an egg mask can work wonders, says Saltzman. Stick with just the whites, which have protein enzymes that help remove excess oil.

Ingredients:

1 egg white, juice from half a lemon.

Directions:

Smooth over hair from roots to ends and leave on for 30 minutes to an hour — longer is better. Rinse with lukewarm water, not hot!

7. Avocado, egg, and olive oil mask

The issue: Damage. Your hair can get damaged from a variety of sources: the use of styling tools, the environment (hello, pollution!), hair dye and more. The good news: it can be fixed. Zingarino recommends an olive oil and avocado mask. "Packed full of omega-3 fatty acids, this hair treatment provides the ultimate strength and shine for your hair," she said. It’s also full of antioxidants which help fight off free radicals, which is especially great for city dwellers. Joel Warren of The Salon Project is also a big fan of an avocado-based mask, as it "helps to rejuvenate and moisturize the scalp."

Ingredients:

Half an avocado,

1 egg,

1 tablespoon of olive oil ,

and 1 tablespoon of honey.

Directions:

Apply to wet hair with your fingertips, starting at the bottom and working your way up. Warren suggests wrapping your hair into a bun and covering with a shower cap. To help activate the ingredients, blow dry your shower cap-covered hair for 10 minutes. Then let it sit for another 20 minutes and wash out in the shower.

Whether it's damage, dryness, flakes, frizz, or fading, we all run into hair issues. The change in seasons, indoor heat, outdoor elements, and hot hair tools are only some of the culprits that can cause these changes. Luckily, you don't have to hit the store or add yet another beauty product to your Amazon cart: You can head straight to your pantry for everyday ingredients that you can whip into a DIY hair mask to fix your mane.

Below, we've compiled the best 7 DIY masks for all of your biggest hair woes, from an irritated scalp, to dull hair, to damage and dryness. Shiny, lustrous hair is only a mask away — and you never even have to leave the house.