Easy home made avocado hair mask
Most of us struggle with dryness/frizz due to hair dye and products we use daily. Today I am sharing with you my 100% natural DIY argane oil/avocado mask I do at home that will save your hair!100% bio, 100% effective!
While most of us spend hundreds of dollars on treatments that don't really last, we often forget that the best recipes come from mother nature. Today I am sharing with you my 100% bio argane oil/avocado home made treatment!
Often times, we tend to forget that- besides being delicious in a salad- avocado and pure argane oil combined together are amazingly full of nutrients, natural oils and proteins that will deeply nourish our hair. I have been using natural argane oil since I can remember even before it became a 'fashionable' item in the last 5 years. It is THE best miraculous products that nourishes your hair, scalp, skin, nails, scars etc.
I recommend that you buy pure argane oil instead of argane oil mixes/products that contain additives like cilicones and such. You can apply this mask once a week!
What you will need :
- 1 avocado
- 2 table spoons of argane oil
- coil/aluminium sheets
- plastic wrap ( or shower cap or plastic bag)
- brush applicator
- a blender/mixer
- Peel the avocado, cut it in small pieces and throw in the blender
- add the argane oil and blend with the avocado. Make sure you create a smooth and well blended texture so you don't end up with chunks of avocado stuck in your hair.
- separate your hair in sections ( like a hairstylist does when applying hair dye on you), and apply the avocado mixture with the brush applicator.
-Work it from the bottom of your strand up to your scalp.
-wrap each strand in coil /aluminium sheet ( like your hairstylist does when applying hair dye)
-Once all done, wrap your head in a plastic or a shower cap for 45 min. This creates heat that allows your folicules to open up and let the nutrients penetrate deeply and nourish your hair.(This is the opportunity to do a facial mask or a manicure !)
-Rinse out ,then apply shampoo and conditionner like usual. ( Apply conditioner only on the ends and not on the scalp to avoid making your hair heavy and greasy too quickly).
- TADAM! brand new healthy hair!
Makeup Artist, hairstylist and painter with a philosophical approach to her art, Amal considers every face a canvas with endless possibilities to translate beauty through inspiration. She mingles with colours, textures and morphology and shares her unique touch whether its for fashion editorials, advertising, photoshoots or working with other artists. Her work has been published all over the world, from Vogue Italy to FTV Indochina and has worked with some of the world's top fashion icons, such as Ève Salvail and Jean Paul Gaultier.