8 Steps to a DIY Hair Mask ...

I recently dyed my hair, and if youโ€™re in the same boat, you will absolutely understand that strange, crisp dry feeling that comes directly after using artificial colour.

In order to restore some moisture and regain my hairโ€™s original movement, body and softness, Iโ€™ve set about searching for a good, hydrating treatment product.

So far, none has proved more effective that this one that I threw together in my kitchen so I thought Iโ€™d share the recipe with you.

Here it is: 8 steps to a DIY hair mask.

1. Eggs

Crack an egg into a deep mixing bowl and beat it thoroughlyโ€”depending on the length of you hair, you may find you need more than one.

Eggs are an excellent source of nourishing oils and proteins, and applied directly to the hair, they help your locks to seal in moisture and repair damage caused by dehydration and chemical treatments.