Dry and damaged hair? We've rounded up three homemade hair masks that are guaranteed to leave your hair feeling silky-smooth after the first try.
Matcha Green Tea Hair Mask
"Green tea, while derived from the same plant as black tea, actually has more antioxidants than black tea due to the minimal processing it goes through, making it an ideal choice for hair stimulation. The caffeine, antioxidants, and catechins found in green tea encourage blood flow and circulation to hair follicles, reduce inflammation, and can ease dandruff. Incorporating green tea into a hair rinse or mask weekly will not only stimulate growth, but will even encourage healthier, shinier tresses."
Coconut Oil And Honey Mask
"Damaged hair. We've all been there. Blow dryers, products, and weather take a toll on our locks, so we've turned to blogger Stephanie Sterjovski to share her coconut oil and honey hair mask, which is perfect for repairing and moisturizing damaged hair."
Strawberry Hair Mask
I have to admit, I struggle with my hair! Because it’s thick and hard to manage, I find myself often straightening my hair in the mornings to get it to look like it does! So I love using whatever products I can to make it soft and silky .. and even though there are products out there that helps to smooth out my hair, there are some great organic hair masks that I’ve used that work just as great!