DIY Oatmeal Hair Mask


by Mary Wolff

Oatmeal is one of the healthiest things you can eat for breakfast, but it is also great for your hair and scalp. With a DIY oatmeal hair mask, you can address a host of concerns with this simple food you already have in your pantry.

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Yogurt in Hair Masks


by Mary Wolff

When my hair needs a little extra TLC, my favorite remedy is a good hair mask. They are easy to make at home with ingredients you most likely already have on hand, the benefits are multiple, and you can rest assured you aren’t putting any harsh additives or chemicals in your hair, unlike some store-bought products. One of my favorite tricks of the trade is using yogurt in hair masks.

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Do It Yourself Hair Masks

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by Mary Wolff

When it comes to taking your beauty into your own hands, you can’t beat do it yourself hair masks. A homemade hair mask is not only affordable and effective; it can be really easy! When using products from the store, you never really know what might be lurking under the label. With do it yourself hair masks, you can use the most natural ingredients, and all from your kitchen, for a hair care treatment you can feel good about.

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Why You Absolutely Need a Mask for Your Natural Hair


by Sabrina Perkins via SeriouslyNatural.org

What is a hair mask or hair masque? Why does natural and curly hair need hair masks and how are they different from deep conditioners? These are common questions as many newly naturals are trying to understand what their hair needs whether they do the big chop or long-term transition.

Natural and curly hair has specific needs and special conditioning is at the top of the list along with moisturizing and keeping healthy. When you are newly natural you may be suffering from damage and both the hair mask/masque and deep conditioners will help get your hair back to a healthy status. Let's learn about what a hair mask is, along with what makes it different from a deep conditioner.

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Try One of These Olive Oil Masks to Restore Dry, Damaged Hair

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by Sabrina Perkins of SeriouslyNatural.org

Olive oil has been used for centuries as a tool for beautiful hair, skin and nails. Olive oil is often used for hair care because of its natural conditioning and hydrating properties and is especially helpful in repairing damage to dry, brittle hair.

While the smell can be quite off-putting, the one downside pales in comparison to the several benefits it brings to dry, thirsty strands. This is a great natural oil for dandruff and dryness and ideal for hot oil treatments. If you suffer from dry hair – then these 3 hair masks are perfect for you.

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3 DIY Natural Hair Masks That Are Good Enough to Eat!

by Jascmeen Bush of Jascmeen.com

For my hair there’s absolutely no way around regular deep conditioners. Even when I’m not in the mood, I know that without some sort of deep conditioner, my wash-n-go will be dry and frizzy, my roller sets will look like hay, and I’ll be compromising my precious, precious, ends. Here are a few of the DIY hair masks I use that you can actually eat. These are super easy, you don’t even need a recipe, you can totally eyeball it. Just mix, apply, and use your idle time to snack.

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