Honey and Oil- Mix 1 part honey to 3 parts olive oil. Warm up your little concoction to a pretty warmish (hot to the touch) temperature and work it into your wet hair. Wrap it in a towel or plastic wrap after, and let it sit for 45 minutes. Thoroughly wash your hair after. I give it a 4 star rating.
Avocado Mask- Mash an avocado and add it to the recipe above. To be honest, I didn’t notice a difference between the last one and this, except the awesome green color and the smell. I only give this a 3 star rating, because I think it wastes a perfectly good avocado that I should have eaten for lunch.
Egg masks- There are half a dozen egg masks out there, each slightly different. You can mix an egg with plain yogurt or mayonnaise. My hair was definitely softer, no question. But also a bit oily for a few days. Be sure when using an egg mask you rinse it with cold water. If you use hot water in the shower, I can’t guarantee you won’t end up with partially cooked egg parts in your locks, which is gross. Unless of course it is breakfast time, in which it kills 2 birds with one stone.
Coconut Milk and Avocado- This is my favorite so far. It makes my hair feel really great after and I looove the smell of the coconut milk) Make this by adding a mashed ripe avocado to your your 3/4 C coconut milk and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Warm it up and apply it to your wet hair. Massage it in and leave it for 40-50 minutes, or as long as you last:)
My hair feels so good, I can’t stop touching it. You can use these treatments as often as you feel necessary. In the winter, I mask it up at least every other week.