Your bestie’s wedding gives you a chance to be her ultimate ‘wing-woman’ during all the manic wedding preparations. It also gives you a license to indulge in all those luxurious homemade beauty rituals! And what better way to get your mane sorted with some DIY hair masks? Here are some that’ll guarantee super shiny and lustrous hair, just in time for your bestie’s wedding!
Mix aloe vera gel with some lemon juice and apply the paste all over your scalp and even on your strands. Massage the paste and let it settle down well in your hair. Keep this on for about one-two hours before washing it off. You can use this paste twice a week as it’ll give you hair all the shine and bounce that it needs!
The secret behind bouncy and silky hair lies in natural ingredients. Mix two tablespoons of papaya pulp along with one teaspoon of castor oil. The blend of castor oil along with papaya pulp will add that much- needed moisture to your hair. Allow this mask to settle down before washing with your usual shampoo and conditioner. Make sure you apply the same once a week.
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Take a few drops of almond oil in a bowl and add two tablespoons of honey to form a mixture. Now mash half a ripe banana in another cup (it would work as a moisturizer for your scalp too!). Mix all the ingredients and apply the paste on your hair and leave for 20 minutes. Rinse it off with warm water and apply it once a week every month before the wedding.
Yes, just like coffee does wonders to your mood, it does wonders to your hair too. Brew some coffee and let it cool down for a few seconds until it moderately warm. Drench your hair in coffee.. Bring your hair together to make a bun and let it soak for around 30 minutes. This coffee mask would not only add shine to your hair but would also enhance your natural hair colour.
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Form a mixture of two eggs along with three tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil. Apply this for half an hour and rinse it off with warm water. This hair mask works well for all those who have dry scalp or dry hair.
Add two tablespoons of avocado oil in a cup of mayonnaise and mix them both well to form a mixture. Apply this mixture to your hair like a conditioner and leave it for around three hours. Wrap a warm towel to your head to deeply condition your hair as well. Once done, rinse your hair completely and wash off with warm water.
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All the three ingredients present in this mask help in adding volume to your hair. To make this hair pack, mix a few drops of all the three ingredients and apply it evenly all over your hair strands. Let it stay for an hour and then wash it off.
Yes, vodka too can work wonders for your hair. Take avocado peel and crush it well to form a mixture then add two tablespoons of honey and vodka to the mixture. Now, mix an egg to this mixture and form a creamy paste. Apply this paste on your hair after washing your hair thoroughly. Leave for 30 minutes and rinse with warm water. If you can’t take the pungent egg smell, then make sure you add few drops of lavender essential oil to the mixture.
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Blend an onion in a juicer and mix two-three tablespoons of the juice with coconut oil along with freshly squeezed lime water. Mix all the ingredients and apply on your hair. Once the mask has dried completely, wash it off with cool water followed by using a mild shampoo and conditioner. Use this mask once in two weeks for best results.
If finding any of the above ingredients is too cumbersome, you can simply use yoghurt to get softer and shinier hair. Apply it on your hair for 30 minutes and then rinse it off with water. You can shampoo your hair as usual after that.
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