DIY Sticky hair mask | Condition and nourish your hair overnight | Honey and Avocado Hair Mask

This hair mask is sticky and must be washed out properly once you have had it on for a few hours or overnight, this hair mask will condition and strengthen your hair and can be make with simple ingredients from your kitchen!

You will need :

Mixing bowl

Cling film

Honey

Mashed fresh avocado

Spoon

Olive oil or coconut oil

Simply add honey and olive/coconut oil to the bowl, put bowl in microwave for about under 1 minute then add in mashed avocado, use the spoon now to mix mix mix into a paste. You can add a little water if its a little thick. Straight away apply this paste onto your hair, make sure you get your scalp too, massage a little as you apply. Make sure you cover your full head in the mixture ( we dont want to waste products and money do we ? ) If your commited just go for it.

Tie up your hair in a bun, use the cling film to wrap your head so that no product can go anywhere. You can leave on overnight for added benefit or just a few hours. make sure you give your head a good scrub once you wash off then blowdry your hair.

Benefits of this sticky hair mask are :

Avocado can help restore hair with healthy fats and moisture, making hair supple, healthy and resilient to damage, avocado is rich in biotin which is shown to help stimulate new hair growth! It contains vitamins A, B2, D, and E,ย beta-carotene, and minerals like copper and iron, fanstastic for hair and also your health!! ( try avocado on toast if you haven`t already )

Honey, It works as an emollient and conditions the hair and scalp, also locks in the moisture in your hair. It works as an emollient and conditions the hair and scalp. Honey has antibacterial, antioxidant and anti-inflammatory effects which are great for scalp health!

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