Recently, I made a commitment to take better care of my hair. Honestly, I have to confess that I am the worse at taking care of my hair. Taking better care of my hair means getting regular trims, doing protein treatment, keeping it moisturized and lastly giving my hair some TLC with weekly deep conditioning treatments. So, to accomplish this I started doing some research on my go-to site “YouTube” because ladies you know there is a plethora of information on YouTube for hair and other beauty related stuff. When I started research deep conditioning treatments on YouTube I wanted to find something a product with the least amount of chemicals and this is when I stumbled across the DIY Banana-Avocado Hair Mask. I love bananas and I love avocados, so I was like why not give this yummy mask a try. I had all the ingredients in my kitchen already and it was super easy to make. Ladies, this hair mask smelled so damn good. I honestly was so tempted to eat it but I couldn’t due to raw egg in it. I loved this mask so much that I just knew I had to share it with my readers. So in case you want to give your hair some TLC here is the recipe for the DIY Banana-Avocado Hair Mask. Enjoy xx <3
- 1 Ripe Banana
- 1 Avocado
- 1 Egg
- Olive Oil or Coconut Oil
- First, medium chop the banana and avocado
- In a blender, blend the banana and avocados. You might need to ¼ cup of water to ensure that it blends easily. It’s better to puree it because if you try to crush it with a fork it’ll be lumpy and when you’re putting it in your hair you’ll have banana and avocado chunks and bits.
- Next, add the egg and either the olive oil or coconut and blend for about 30-60 more seconds
- Empty contents into a mason jar or container and boom you have a your very own Banana-Avocado Hair Mask.
- Leave mask in hair for about 30mins
My Overall Impression of the Banana-Avocado Hair Mask
I loved this hair mask. I kept the hair mask in my hair for about two hours on Saturday, because I was doing homework and too busy at the time to wash it out. After washing out my hair the first thing I noticed was how soft and silky my hair was. I also noticed how curly my hair was. This mask definitely brought back my natural curls. It’s been four days since I’ve done the hair mask and my hair is still very moisturized and has that clean, fresh and silky feeling it had, when I washed it on Sunday. Also, make sure to thoroughly wash out the hair mask and then follow it up with a good shampoo and conditioner. Your hair might smell like bananas for a bit but it still a good smell.
Let’s Talk Hair Mask
- Have you every tried a banana-avocado hair mask?
- What’s have you done to take better care of your hair?
- What are some of your favorite hair mask?
- Have you every tried making your own hair mask?