Daily Daisy: Hair Care, Trends & Tips

Damaged and Dry Hair Home Remedy

Posted on 8 December 2015 in Daily Daisy by Daisy

Hair salon treatments for hair includes protein serum, etc. so inquire about those next time you’re in the salon. Additionally, hair can be conditioned in the home with some kitchen items you likely have in your pantry. You can replenish hair moisture between by using an at-home hair masque. This mask should be left on the hair 15 to 20 minutes minimum and rinsed with cool water to seal in hair cuticle for shine. You will feel the difference immediately. A smooth hair surface is stronger and less prone to breakage. Oribe, Moroccan Oil, Goldwell, It’s A Ten, Davines, Kevin Murphy, etc, all make a conditioning hair masques and I can have one for you on your next visit but here’s your own kitchen made hair remedy for your to get started with. Enjoy!

Deep Conditioning Masque
This treatment will revitalize and strengthen your strands, reducing dry, split ends.

1 small jar of full-fat mayonnaise
1/2 of a ripe or over-ripe avocado

Mash avocado with the back of a wooden spoon until soft and creamy. Mix mayonnaise into avocado until well-blended into one color throughout. Work with fingers through hair, paying special attention to the ends. Cover head with warm, damp towel for deep conditioning, or put on shower cap. Leave for 20 minutes, rinse with cold water.

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