We had joy, we had fun, we had seasons in the sun ! Don’t we all love to soak up some vitamin D’s while chillin by the pool and Calvin Harris on the stereo. But nuh-uh there’s one part that’s not having that much fun in the sun.
Thats right your hair and your hair extensions aren’t having the best of times as they are exposed to the strong rays of the sun. In between the sun, chlorine, salt water and the wind, summertime can be a potentially damaging to your looks. And because your hair extensions from IndoHair is 100% genuine human hair the damage it takes is as equally as your natural hair takes.
We went though some do’s and don’ts for hair extensions in the last article
So what’s the best alternative than staying indoors and missing all the fun? Hair masks ! In this article we’ll go through some very easy DIY hair masks that you can whip out in a couple of minutes in the comforts of your home.
These masks are super easy to make and are filled with natural ingredients that will is guaranteed to bring back that fabulous look back to you and your hair extensions!
01 – Banana Honey Hair Mask
¼ cup honey
½ cup plain yogurt
Mash the banana into a smooth mixture before adding other ingredients. This prevents the forming of any chunks that could get stuck in your hair extensions. Then add in the honey and the yogurt and mix well until the mixture gets a smooth and thick Banana is jam packed with vitamins, antioxidants, potassium and the added moisture helps to revitalize dried hair.
Allow the mixture to soak in hair for around half an hour and rinse well. Make sure you stay around half an inch below the location that the extension has been connected to.
02 – Coconut Oil and Honey Hair Mask
½ cup melted coconut oil
½ cup honey
¼ cup apple cider vinegar
Apple cider vinegar and coconut oil alone are beauty vitals and they are even better when combined with honey. Together these have antibacterial and antioxidant properties that promote your hair and your extension to be hydrated (but not to the point that they are weighing down)
Microwave the coconut oil to melt it and then mix the rest of the ingredients to avoid separation. Leave on hair for around 30 minutes and carefully rinse them off
03 – Avocado, Olive oil and Honey Hair Mask
1 ripe avocado, pitted and scooped out
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons honey
2-3 drops lavender essential oil (optional)
Avocado has many nurturing fats and oils in addition to vitamin A, B, E and D. Also Olive oil is extremely hydrating and helps to protect your extensions from damage. Especially if you heat your hair frequently. Honey has a load of hair strengthening vitamins in addition to to being very hydrating. Lavender can help to keep dandruff at bay and keeps your hair smelling great too.
Whip the avocado to a smooth puree. Add in the other ingredients and stir until the mixture is smooth. Apply the mask on the hair and your extensions (be wary of not applying this from the root of the extension. Keep around a ½ inch gap and apply. Let it sit for 30 to 45 minutes and rinse it off carefully
04 – Egg and Olive Oil Hair Mask
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon white vinegar
Olive oil is full of moisture and nourishment to help you revitalize dry hair. Loaded with Vitamin E and other essential fats the olive oil hydrates the brittle ends of your closures and extensions.
Whisk all the ingredients together and let it sit on your hair and hair extensions for around 20 minutes and rinse well. You might want to double the amount of ingredients if you have longer hair
Keep up to these and you’re sure to get the best out of our 100% authentic natural Indian hair products!
This is only the opinion of the writer and not a product review
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