11 Best Home-Made Hair Masks ...

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Have you ever opened your refrigerator and thought hey, that would make my hair look great?

No?

Maybe you should!

Sometimes a few ingredients from your fridge and cupboard can make your hair look amazing in as little as 20 minutes.

Can’t think of what you should mix?

This is where I come in.

Here are the 11 best homemade hair masks!

1. Milk and Honey Mask

Milk and Honey Mask

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This is pretty simple and straightforward.

All you have to do is mix up a single teaspoon of honey into one glass of whole milk then massage it into your hair from root to tip.

Leave it on for 15 minutes and rinse with lukewarm water and shampoo.

Then, avoid bees, and you’ll see some amazing results in your hair.

2. Coconut Cream Mask

Coconut Cream Mask

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This mask is kind of… sticky, sweet and time consuming to say the least.

It’s also worth every minute.

Take a chunk of coconut cream and warm it up in your hands.

When it’s soft and pliable massage it into your hair.

Slowly and carefully wrap your hair up into a warm towel and let the mask sit on your hair for one hour.

Wash out with a mild shampoo and let your hair dry normally.

3. Banana and Almond Mask

Banana and Almond Mask

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That’s right, bananas and almonds are good for your hair.2

Here’s what you do.

Mash up one banana and add about 3 drops of almond oil to your gooey concoction.

Mix well and massage into your hair.

Let it sit for about 25 minutes, rinse and wash your hair and you’re all done, it’s as easy as that!

4. Strawberry Mask

Strawberry Mask

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Strawberries, they’re not just for eating anymore!

Take a cup of strawberries (the ones that are just a little too mushy to eat work best), one egg yolk, and 2 tablespoons of olive oil.

Mix all of these up until the strawberries look more like juice than chunks.

Work into your hair and leave it on for 20 minutes.

Rinse and wash with a mild shampoo!

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