DIY masks that will make hair stronger

DIY masks to tackle hair fall during monsoon

If you are also dealing with hair fall and want to do something about it, then these DIY hair masks should become a part of your hair care routine.

Monsoon is here and so is the hair fall season. With the rain and the amazing weather comes the hair loss. Hair fall is something that we all anyways dread but the rains somehow intensify the hair loss every year.

During this weather, your hair needs special care and attention. We are here to tell you how you can do it. DIY masks or organic masks can do wonders for your hair. No no, we are not just saying that, we have tried it and we love the idea of making hair masks at home. They are quick and effective. The feeling of knowing what is there in the products you are applying on your hair just makes you feel great.

So without further ado, let’s dive into details about the DIY masks for hair fall control.

Banana, Almond Oil and Amla hair mask

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Almond oil and alma are great for hair, that is common knowledge. But mixing the two with banana takes things up a level. To make the hair mask, mash a banana. To that add a little bit of amla powder and a few drops of almond oil. Mix them nicely and apply on your hair. Leave the mask on for 10-20 minutes and wash with lukewarm water and a mild shampoo. You will feel the softness in your hair instantly.

Apply this mask at least once a week and you will see the results.

Green Tea and Egg hair mask

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Mix two tablespoons of green tea powder with one egg yolk. Stir the two nicely until they form a creamy texture. Apply the paste on your hair and let it sit for 15-20 minutes. After that, rinse off the mask with cold water and use a mild shampoo later. The Green tea has antioxidants that help nourish the hair and make hair roots stronger.


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