The rain may fall gently on your window pane, but it’s far from being kind to your hair. In fact, it is during the monsoon season that hair gets dry and brittle and more susceptible to breakage. But a spa need not always be a solution to regaining hair health back. With a few of these home-made masks, your tresses will regain their bounce and shine.
Banana-coconut milk mask: For hair softness
Bananas are known to have immense value to your diet, but this time try them on your scalp, too. Mashed with a tablespoon of coconut milk, they add shine and softness to your hair. Apply the mask for about 20 minutes and rinse off.
Avocado-olive oil mask: To hydrate the hair
Ripe avocados are just what you need to nourish the hair. Mix this with a little olive oil in a bowl and leave it on the hair to revitalize it. Apply this and leave it on for half an hour and wash off with warm water.
Papaya-Hibiscus: For split ends
Mash some ripe papaya (without the skin). Add some hibiscus juice to this. Apply the paste on your hair. Rinse off with warm water.
Curry leaves mask: To stop hair loss
Suffering from falling hair? Use curry leaves to help. The leaves are packed with beta-carotene and proteins and have vitamin B, which restores color to the hair by strengthening the roots. Boil the leaves with your hair oil. Let it cool a little. Apply and wash off.