Like most beauty addicts, you regularly spend a good part of your money, much to the despair of your banker, to obtain a perfect hair color.
Only, the more the days advance, the more the color fades! Your hairdressers and colorists are closed and, from now on, you are alone in front of your coloring which is tarnishing day after day.STOP the carnage. Here are 5 homemade treatments for perfectly healthy colored hair that radiates beauty.
1. HONEY, PUMPKIN AND YOGURT MASK
Honey is a humectant which is ideal for cleaning the scalp, pumpkin is excellent for the health of your scalp and helps to strengthen it from the inside, and yogurt meanwhile can replenish the scalp and beautify.
In a bowl, mix 1 to 2 tablespoons of honey with 1 mashed pumpkin and half a jar of white yogurt.
Apply the mixture to all over your clean, damp hair. Cover your head with a towel or shower cap and rinse after 15 minutes. Make sure to wash your hair thoroughly with your everyday shampoo and conditioner.
2. MASK WITH OLIVE OIL AND HONEY
Olive oil is full of good fats and has great anti-inflammatory properties, making it an excellent choice of oil for your newly sensitive scalp. It helps prevent flaking and dandruff and, when massaged, promotes hair growth. Honey is the ideal ingredient for restoring moisture to hair dried out by the coloring process.
In a bowl, mix a quarter of a cup of extra virgin olive oil and 1 half tablespoon of honey.
Reheat the mixture in the microwave. Once hot enough (without burning yourself), apply it to your clean, damp hair. Take the time to massage the mixture on your scalp and work it to the ends. Cover your head with a shower cap and let it sit for 30 minutes. Rinse thoroughly.
3. BANANA, AVOCADO, CRÈME FRAÎCHE AND YOGURT MASK
Since your recent coloring, your hair has lost moisture and suffers considerably from dryness. The avocado restores tone to dull hair and nourishes damaged hair, the banana will close the scales of the hair, which gives them a smooth and shiny appearance, the fresh cream repairs the damage while hydrating tannic hair, yogurt nourishes and hydrates them in depth.
In a bowl, mash 1 ripe half avocado, 1 ripe banana and add to the mixture 1 tablespoon whole cream, whole organic yogurt.
Apply the mixture (remembering to remove lumps beforehand) on your washed, wet and towel-dried hair, from roots to ends, emphasizing lengths. Leave on for 1 hour by putting your hair in a shower cap. Rinse with the coolest possible water.
4. MAYONNAISE MASK
Yes, you read correctly ! Putting mayonnaise on your hair really helps them when needed especially after coloring. Since it is made from eggs and oil, mayonnaise has a lot of good protein and can help nourish the scalp and make it healthier. The trick of this mask is to focus on the tips, because this is where your hair is dullest. However, take it easy on your roots, especially if you have fine or naturally oily hair.
Apply mayonnaise to clean, wet hair and cover your hair with a shower cap for 20 minutes.
5. MASK WITH EGG, SHEA BUTTER AND ARGAN OIL
Your hair needs to be nourished regularly and, for this, nothing like a regenerating mask based on natural products rich in benefits.
For this mask, take a bowl and beat an organic egg with a teaspoon of soft shea butter and a tablespoon of argan oil.
Apply the mixture to your dry hair, strand by strand, wrap with a towel and let stand for 1 hour. Then wash your hair once or twice to remove excess fat.