How to make your hair stronger? My fav recipes for homemade masks and rinses

Although hair is perceived as attribute of woman, it’s sometimes brittle, dull and thin. This can be the aftermath of either bad eating habits or following improper beauty practices. Anyway, if your hair condition has weakened recently due to some other reasons than the ones connected with health, give a try to either a hair mask or hair rinse. Naturally, you can get a readymade product in a drugstore or prepare it on your own. After all, the effects that homemade hair masks and rinses don’t diverge from the results produced by the cosmetics available in shops, and additionally they are 100% natural. If it’s just the beginning of your DIY cosmetic adventure, let me show you my homemade hair mask and hair rinse recipes. Today, I’ve prepared hair masks that will moisturise, nourish, regenerate and strengthen your hair as well as recipes for hair rinse destined for either blond or dark hair. I’m sure that everyone will find something for themselves.

My recipes for homemade hair masks and hair rinses

Moisturising and nourishing hair mask – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1 ripe skinned avocado
  • transparent food foil
  • towel

Preparation: I remove the pit from the fruit and use either a fork or blender to mash the flesh. Then, I apply the pulp to my head and massage it into the scalp and hair. After that, I wrap my head with the foil and a towel. I let the avocado sit on my hair for approximately 40 minutes. Finally, I rinse my hair with water thoroughly and wash it using a regular shampoo.

Hair regenerating mask – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 egg yolks
  • 2 Tbsp. of olive oil or 1 bottle of castor oil
  • 1/2 lemon juice
  • transparent food foil
  • towel

If your hair is long, you must double the ingredients except lemon juice.

Preparation: I combine all the ingredients and I apply them to my hair. Then, I wrap them with food foil and a towel (or put on a woollen hat). Next, I leave the mask on hair for at least a half an hour, but the longer the better. At the end, I rinse the mask with lukewarm water and wash the hair with a regular shampoo.

Hair strengthening mask – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 1/2 package of baker’s yeast
  • 2 Tbsp. of milk
  • transparent food foil
  • towel

Preparation: I warm up yeast and milk in a small pot until the milk gets dense. Then, I apply the mask to my non-washed hair by massaging it into scalp and strands. At the end, I wrap the head with foil and towel. In order to intensify the action delivered by this mask, you can get into a hot bath and stay there until you rinse the mask. Of course, there is no need in wrapping the head with foil and towel if you decide to use the bath option.

Hair rinse for blonde hair – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 3 bags of chamomile tea
  • grey soap, you can use lotion grey soap

Preparation: I brew chamomile in 250 ml of water and leave it covered by approximately 8 minutes. While the infusion is getting ready, I wash my hair with grey soap. After 8 minutes passing by, I mix chamomile with a litre of pre-boiled and cooled down water. Then, I rinse my hair with the mixture. This hair rinse intensifies my blonde reflexes and moisturises the strands.

Hair rinse for dark hair – recipe

Ingredients:

  • 2 Tbsp. of cinnamon
  • a few cloves
  • a pinch of marjoram
  • a litre of water

I used to apply this hair wash for dark hair until I returned to my blonde hair. I was truly astonished at the effects. Tell me if you are equally satisfied with the results.

Preparation: Throw all the ingredients into hot water and keep them boiling for approximately 15 minutes. Combine the infusion with water. Then, wash your hair with a shampoo and rinse the hair with the mixture once you remove the shampoo.

Do you know any recipes for similar hair masks and hair rinses? Perhaps you have already applied one of the homemade cosmetics I mentioned above? If so, were you satisfied with the effects?