DIY Budget Friendly Hair Masks

 
Hair Mask

Going to a salon can get expensive very quickly, am I right ladies? I usually drop about $120 every time I get my hair cut. Which, I don’t go as often as I should because of how expensive it is! You’ll be lucky to see me in that chair 3 times a year. But, by applying these hair treatments I’ve noticed that my hair is healthy, shiny, and full of volume which means I don’t have to go in as often anyways!

No more split ends and no more pain of going to get that haircut where you feel guilty at the end of it because that could’ve been a lot of money that went towards debt. Well, here’s hair masks for every type of hair out there! I have wavy thin hair, so I don’t use the heavy duty treatments for curly hair because my hair would turn into a giant grease ball. But I found some helpful recipes online and adapted them to make them my own. So, all my curly haired ladies out there – shout out in the comments below if this hair treatment worked for you!

Hair Mask

Thin Hair

1 Egg
½ Teaspoon Coconut Oil
4 Drops Rosemary Oil
5 Drops Lavender Oil
3 Drops Peppermint Oil
7 Drops Lemon Oil

Curly Hair

1 Egg White
1 Tablespoon Olive Oil
1 Tablespoon Honey
2 Tablespoons Mayonnaise

Anti Dandruff

½ Cup Finely Ground Oatmeal
2 Tablespoons Almond Oil
¼ Cup Full Fat Coconut Milk

Split End Treatment

1 Tablespoon Almond Oil (or Coconut Oil)
2 Tablespoons Honey
1 Tablespoon Apple Cider Vinegar

Frizzy Hair

1 Ripe Banana
1 Tablespoon Honey
2 Tablespoons Plain Yogurt

Damaged Hair

½ Avocado
1 Tablespoon Coconut Milk
1 Teaspoon Jojoba Oil or Coconut Oil
1 Banana
 

Oily Hair

¼ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
2 Teaspoons Jojoba Oil or Coconut Oil
3 Mashed Up Strawberries

Combination Hair

2 Tablespoons Raw Honey
¼ Cup Apple Cider Vinegar
2 Egg Whites

With all of these hair masks, be sure to combine all ingredients (mash some if necessary) and apply to scalp. With the split end treatment mask – you may just want to apply that directly to the ends of your hair. Applying it to the scalp might make your hair overly oily.

Leave treatment in for 10-20 minutes. Bonus if you wrap your hair in a damp towel and blow dry the towel. This will allow your hair to soak up more of the nutrients. After 10-20 minutes, rinse hair and wash normally.


Let me know how these treatments went! I would love to get feedback or additional ingredients that are useful to your scalp!