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4 DIY Hair Masks | Hydrating, Growth & Conditioning | Winter Natural Hair (By Melissa Denise)

540 Views· 09 Jan 2018

Check out these four DIY hydrating hair masks that will help your natural hair beat the winter cold. It's important to condition and keep your natural hair hydrated especially during the colder months and I have no doubt that these DIY hair masks will do the trick!

*double recipe if you need more*
Mask 1
1/4 cup Honey
3 tbsp Coconut Oil (Melted)

Mask 2
2-3 tbsp Grapeseed or Olive Oil
1 Banana
1 Avocado

Mask 3
2-3 tbsp Avocado or Almond Oil
1-2 Banana (depending on amount of hair)
*not if you use more than 1 banana double your oil as well

Mask 4
1 Can of Coconut Milk
2-3 tbsp Honey

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Chanda Mcmillon
Chanda Mcmillon 4 years ago

Ok so may be a stupid question but I can actually try one of the masks to night but I only have plantains can you switch those for the banana? I've just been kind of slathering mayonnaise on it for a mask..

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TheLadyOfSoul502 4 years ago

Some ppl stay the plantains have a straightening effect. If you want to keep your curl, don't use them.

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