7 All-natural Hair Masks to Make at Home ...

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Summer can be hard on your hair - UV rays, sea salt, wind - these can all leave your hair feeling parched and in need of natural hair masks to revive its beauty.

The good news is that you can create natural hair masks at home with the most basic ingredients;

they cost a lot less than hair masks you'll find on the high street, and they're better for your hair too.

Here are my top 7, which you can whip up in a matter of minutes to whip your hair into tip-top shape!

I'm not responsible if you start flicking your hair around like you belong in a Pantene ad, ladies!

1. Egg Hair Mask

Beat an egg yolk with a cup of milk, two tablespoons of olive oil and a squeeze of lemon juice for a refreshing, moisturising hair mask.

The protein in eggs nourishes your roots, whilst vitamin A helps prevent breakage, vitamin B12 promotes new hair growth and Potassium heals damaged hair.

This is one of my favorite natural hair masks, but don't forget to rinse with cold water, otherwise you could end up with scrambled eggs on your scalp - eww!

2. Go Bananas Hair Mask

Bananas contain vitamin E for a healthy scalp, vitamin A, potassium and vitamin C, which can help regulate oil production.

Blend two bananas with a tablespoon each of olive oil, coconut oil and honey.

Massage into your hair and relax for five minutes - you'll smell like a tropical coconut smoothie!2

A couple of warm water rinses later, your hair will look soft and shiny!

3. Avocado Hair Mask

Avocados are used in many beauty treatments and an avocado hair mask is ideal for dry, dull hair - not to mention it's a great way to use up over-ripe avocados.

Blend a small avocado with 1/2 cup of milk and one tablespoon of almond oil or olive oil.

Apply to your scalp and relax for 15 minutes for gorgeously moisturised hair!

Strawberry Hair Mask
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