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Naturally Triece: DIY Create Your Own Hair Mask

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In this video by MemeKeely, she is going to show us ladies how to create our very own deep conditioning hair mask. The products that she has chosen to use are organic and can be found anywhere.

Hair masks are great for moisturizing the hair, giving it natural shine as well as also promoting healthy and happy hair growth… Something that we all love!
Some like to add raw egg into their hair masks. Why? Because egg gives the hair protein. I wouldn’t suggest adding egg every single time that you want to do your own hair mask, the reason being is because your hair can become protein sensitive and cause your scalp to break out or become weak from too much protein.

Some masks that you could consider using would be the coconut oil hair mask, this mask smells awesome and is perfect for lightweight moisturizing to add to your dry hair strands. In this oil you will need 2 parts Coconut oil to 1 part Olive oil. Combine these two oils, add them to your hair, mainly focusing on the hair ends, sit under a hooded dryer with a processing cap for about thirty minutes, after you have done that then you will need to rinse your hair. After you have rinsed out the conditioner be sure to shampoo and condition your hair thoroughly.

Your second hair mask option would be the banana hair mask. This is a mask that I have not necessarily tried yet but I have heard great things. Take 1 banana and 1 teaspoon of honey. Blend the two together (preferably in a blender to give it a smooth consistency), make sure that there are no chunks of banana. Apply the mixture to your hair and be sure to reach your scalp as well as your ends, put on a processing cap and sit under a hooded dryer for at least 20 minutes. Once your time is up, be sure to rinse the product thoroughly and then shampoo and condition your hair.

The third option is the one in this video… Watch and enjoy ladies!

Thank you for reading & watching!

Sincerely,

Naturally Triece

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