Sunday

DIY Hair Mask





My hair has been a little dry lately and I’ve been trying various DIY hair masks and some of them made my hair too oily, some were too sticky and some just really complex! Until I found the perfect combination that works perfectly for me! It’s super easy, take 5 minutes to make and make your hair beautiful and shiny!

To make it all you need is two spoons of honey, 2 spoons of olive oil and 2 spoons of castor oil! Boil those babies for about 2 or 3 min, be super careful not to burn them (or yourself!), leave the mixture until it cools down, apply it to your hair and leave it for about one hour or so, then wash your hair and TADA!

You can just use olive oil and honey if you want but i think that castor oil adds that little something! Besides you can find it everywhere for as cheap as 10 DH's. 

//Mes cheveux étaient un peu sec ces derniers temps et j'ai essayé différents masques capillaires faits maison. certains rendaient mes cheveux beaucoup trop gras, certains étaient trop collants et certains super compliqués à faire, Jusqu'à ce que j'ai trouvé la combinaison parfaite! C'est super facile, ça prendra 5 minutes de votre temps et rendra vos cheveux beaux et brillants!

Vous aurez besoin de deux cuillères à soupe de miel, 2 cuillères d'huile d'olive et deux cuillère d'huile de ricin! Faites bouillir le mélange pendant environ 2 ou 3 min, soyez super prudent de ne pas tout brûler (ou vous brûler vous-même!). Laisser le mélange jusqu'à ce qu'il refroidisse. Appliquez le et laissez-le pendant environ une heure ou deux, puis lavez vous les cheveux et TADA!

Vous pouvez simplement utiliser l'huile d'olive et le miel si vous voulez, mais je pense que l'huile de ricin  a ce je ne sais quoi de plus! En outre, vous pouvez vous en procurer un peu partout pour 10 DH.



Let me know if it works for you as well as it did for me! and if you have other effective mask recipes, please share them with me on the comments below!

// Dites moi si ça marche aussi bien pour vous que pour moi! et si vous avez d'autres recettes de masques, n'hésitez pas à les partager dans la section dees commentaires ci dessous!

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14 comments:

  1. will try this out, not sure if it'll work, I'm really curious! :)

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    1. Well done ;)


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  2. Thanks for sharing dear, I want to try this!!


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  3. Great post! I am obsessed with anything hair related, I even wrote a post about my own hair journey and how I brought it back to health as I had a bad experience with chemical relaxer when I was younger. Now I'm all for natural hair products so I will definitely be trying the ones you've recommended above. xx

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  4. Glad you found the right mixture that helps you! :)

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  5. Wow! Loads of my friends shell out tonnes of money on expensive morroccan oil hair treatments.

    They should all be doing this! Especially as your hair is so very lovely.

    Hope you are well, take care :) x

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  6. Oh la la! I'm always on the lookout for great hair masks, and I've never done a DIY. Thanks for sharing, I'm a big fan of olive oil for everything!

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  7. My hair is literally ALWAYS dry, no matter what. So this post is a god send! i'm totally pinning this to try later tomorrow ;)

    xo Marlen
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  8. You go girl,I looove it!;)
    xx
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  10. Looks like a good hair mask! Thanks for sharing. I really need to buy castor oil. I hope I don't forget it when I am in Morocco. Nice blog btw!

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  11. Hello! I love this post. I just dyed my hair for the first time. Ever. Needless to say, it has take on the texture of dried straw, no thanks to this California sun! I will definitely try this and let you know how it goes! Thanks!

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