10 DIY Hair Masks That Will Actually Work

Between shampoo and hairstyling products, it's easy for layers of residue to build up on your hair.

Baking soda 

Moisturize, moisturise, moisturise. This will also help prevent split ends, frizz, and breakage.

Baking soda

If flakes occur on your scalp when the temperature drops, your home's heat may be drying out your skin.


Overuse of styling tools, haircolor, and chemicals can damage strands.

Avocado, honey 

A protein treatment can help strands get fuller, even if they are already thin or are getting thinner.

Banana, honey, 

Keeping your hair healthy and moist will always make it look better.

Honey, ACV

Cinnamon stimulates blood circulation and promotes hair growth and strength.


Green tea has a long list of health benefits, and "calms the scalp" is another one.

Green tea 

A hair mask made of eggs might do wonders for people who have hair that tends to be oily.

Egg white and lemon

A protein-rich hair treatment made of oatmeal, milk, and almond oil can give your hair new life.

Oats, milk 

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