DIY Banana and Honey Hair mask

Beauty is when you can appreciate yourself. When you love yourself, that’s when you’re most beautiful “ Zoe Kravitz

I don’t know if you have days when your hair looks beautiful, shiny, healthy. You want to walk through the city and tell everyone “look at my hair, look how beautiful it is and it belongs to me”. I have days like that.

But I also have those days when I hate my hair, days when my hair looks like a sad willow.

Now I dye my hair more often so that means that I have those days when it would appear that the hair is lifeless. I need a boost and fast.


In one of the previous posts, I said that I had already tried to put a banana on my hair and that it was not good but I decided to try again because I don’t give up so easily.

Banana-is loaded with vitamins, minerals, and healthy oils that can moisturize and strengthen your hair.

Honey– It has rich antioxidant properties that prevent damage, keeping your scalp and hair healthy,cleans the hair follicles by getting rid of impurities.

Banana and Honey Hair Mask

Ingredients

  • ½ cup (170 g) raw, organic honey
  • 2 ripe bananas

1.Mash or puree 1 to 2 bananas with honey (Make sure that the mixture doesn’t have any lumps because they’ll stick to your hair)

2.Apply the mask to dry hair

3.Cover your hair and leave the mask to sit for 20 minutes

4.Rinse the mask out

Impressions

This time I mixed bananas in a blender and the mask turned out really good. After twenty minutes I rinsed my hair without any problems (thank goodness the last time I did a banana mask I didn’t mix it well so the banana pieces stayed in my hair for a week).If you have long hair put three bananas.

This is easy to make because only two ingredients are needed. This mask goes into my favorite DIY hair masks.

Published by Didi

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” -Helen Keller

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