DIY Deep Conditioning Hair Mask

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This pandemic is really starting to take a toll on my hair! I know….so insignificant, who really cares?! My stylist is probably gonna kill me for posting these pics but I haven’t been able to see her in what 2 months? Uh! I usually get it dyed every 4 weeks like clockwork. The grays are popping out everywhere. And honestly, I can deal with that, but my hair is super dry, mainly from a bad decision on my part to see if blondes really do have more fun. The bleach totally wrecked my hair.

So I started thinking how can I make a deep conditioning hair mask at home, using only stuff I have on hand. Since we are trying to limit the number of times we go to the store, I didn’t want to have to go out to buy anything. I came up with this concoction and thought I would try it out.

Here’s my lovely before pic, sorry to my stylist, I love her and she tames my mane like nobody else can:

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Recipe for DIY deep conditioning hair mask:

  • 3 egg yolks
  • 3 TBSP honey
  • 4 TBSP coconut oil
DIY deep conditioning hair mask, There's Sugar in My Tea, Charlotte nc blogger, Charlotte Lifestyle Bloggers

How to make a DIY hair mask:

I whisked together my 3 ingredients. Then I wet my hair in the kitchen sink. Next I separated my hair into 3 sections and applied my homemade mask. I clipped the sections of hair up and left the mask on for approx. 2 hours. Afterwards, I shampooed my hair as normal. I will link my sulfate free shampoo and conditioner below. My stylist recommends sulfate free products for colored hair.

DIY deep conditioning hair mask, There's Sugar in My Tea, Charlotte nc blogger, Charlotte Lifestyle Bloggers

And here are the results from my DIY hair mask:

DIY deep conditioning hair mask, There's Sugar in My Tea, Charlotte nc blogger, Charlotte Lifestyle Bloggers
DIY deep conditioning hair mask, There's Sugar in My Tea, Charlotte nc blogger, Charlotte Lifestyle Bloggers

After shampooing out the hair mask, I blow dried my hair. I didn’t add in any products. My hair feels so smooth and soft. I will definitely try this again. The only thing I would change for next time is that I will get a cheapo plastic shower cap so that it’s not dripping on me while it is processing.

Have you ever tried making your own conditioning hair mask at home? Leave me a comment below, I want to know what you used to make your hair mask.

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