DIY mask for dry hair are the perfect way to restore its lost moisture and shine without the extra cost of special hair care products or unneeded chemicals. Making a mask for dry hair isn’t hard at all and it doesn’t require any special skill, special products or time you don’t have.
Green clay not only serves as a perfect natural ingredient to remove impurities and combat spots in greasy or combination skin, it is also excellent for treating oily hair with an overproduction of sebum and dandruff or with an oily appearance. If you want to recover the brightness and health of your hair by using natural treatments, nothing is better than trying the immediate effects of green clay.
To make a green clay hair mask at home, you need the following:
4 tablespoons of green clay
juice of half a lemon
Using a glass or plastic container, dilute the green clay in some mineral water. For optimal results, it’s best to avoid tap water.
Stir well with a spoon or spatula until you get a smooth paste.
When the green clay has blended well, add the lemon juice and mix again so that all ingredients blend well. Lemon juice is used to intensify the astringent properties of green clay, which are perfect for regulating sebum production and keeping hair clean for longer.
Once you’ve made the green clay mask, apply it to your hair, preferably on damp hair. First apply a thin layer directly on your scalp and massage with circular movements for a few minutes.
Let the mask act for 20 minutes.
Rinse the mask off with warm water and shampoo as you normally do.
For even better results, follow the mask with a simple hair rinse of a mixture of apple cider vinegar and water in a ratio 1:2. This is recommended as apple cider vinegar restores your hair’s pH balance and provides great shine.
For best results, do the green clay hair treatment once a week. You will soon notice that your hair is becoming softer, thicker and less greasy.