6 easy to prepare hair masks (needed ingredients you can find in your fridge)

Winter is the most challenging season for our hair. Low outside temperatures combined with dry indoor heat lead to split ends and breakage. Not to mention hats and hot air from our hairdryers. Your fabulous mane can still be kept flawless though. Winter home made hair mask can help your hair not to break, come out or become mat. Choose your favorite!

1. Not to break – Banana + Yogurt + Honey

Mix whole banana with 1 tablespoon of natural yogurt and 1 tablespoon of honey.
Put the mixture on your hair for 15 minutes and later wash it out.

2. Not to break – Avocado + Olive Oil

Mix an avocado with 2 teaspoons of olive oil. Put the mixture all over your hair, cover it with a plastic foil for 30 minutes and wash it good with a small amount of shampoo. Twice. Always wash your hair twice!

3. Not to be dry- Mango + Lemon + Honey + Olive oil

Half of a mango mix with 1 tablespoon of lemon juice, 1 tablespoon of honey and
1 tablespoon of olive oil. Put this mixture on your dry hair for 30 minutes and wash the hair with a delicate shampoo.

4. Not to fall out – Apple Vinegar + Yolk + Lemon

2 tablespoons of apple vinegar mix with 1 egg yolk and 1 tablespoon of lemon juice.
Rub your scalp with this mix and leave it for 15 minutes. Later wash normally. Repeat every 3 days.

5. Not to be mat – Beer + Egg

30 ml of beer mix with 1 egg. Prepared mixture put on wet hair and leave for 30 minutes under plastic foil. Wash it out properly after the suggested time.

6. To keep your great color – Chamomile / Black Tea

To highlight your hair color you can easily prepare a special mixture, which can be used for rinsing up the hair, after shampoo and mask.

To keep them more blond – Prepare an infusion from 2 teaspoons of chamomile and splash it on your hair after washing.
To keep them nice and dark – Prepare an infusion from 2 teabags of black tea and follow the instruction as above.

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