The Best Hair Masks for Burnt Hair

The Best Hair Masks for Burnt Hair

Is your hair frazzled and dry-looking, lifeless and rough? If so, the best solution to put an end to this problem is a good haircut, as this is the only way that your hair will return to growing completely healthily. However, many of us will not even consider this option, either because our hair is too short or simply because we do not want to change our look and we are quite content with our hair. Instead, you can try out some homemade products that help to repair frazzled hair to some extent and return it to a beautiful state naturally. Don't miss the following recipes and try these natural hair masks for burnt hair.

Aloe vera and olive oil hydrating hair mask

Aloe vera is good for nourishing and regenerating the hair, and also for helping it grow. Therefore, if you dye your hair or blow-dry, straighten or curl it often, then this will be your best ally for deeply nourishing it. And to prepare a very hydrating hair mask for burnt hair, we suggest that you mix it with olive oil.

Mix 5 tablespoons of aloe vera gel with 2 teaspoons of olive oil, mix well and apply it to the damaged hair leaving it to act for 30 minutes. Then, wash your hair as usual.

Egg and honey hair mask for burnt hair

An egg and honey mask is the best option if, as well as having burnt hair, you notice that it is straw-like to the touch. This mask will help your hair recover its vitality and make it look smoother.

All you have to do is combine an egg with two tablespoons of honey and mix it to a smooth paste. Apply this hydrating mask to damp hair, leave it for 30 minutes and finish up by washing your hair with your usual shampoo. If your hair is very long, we recommend increasing the quantities: try using 2 eggs and 3 tablespoons of honey.

Coconut oil and avocado hydrating hair mask

One of the nature's greatest hair hydrators and conditioners is coconut oil, which you can make yourself, and is ideal for combatting dryness and frazzled and damaged ends. And to give it the strength your hair needs, look no further than to add some avocado flesh.

Cut up an avocado, extract the pulp and mash it with a fork in a container. Adds 3 teaspoons of coconut oil and thoroughly mix both ingredients. Then, you will be ready to apply it to your hair. You will see how, little by little, it restores your hair's softness.

More advice to repair burnt hair

Remember that even homemade masks for burnt hair will not have miraculous results and return your hair to its natural state. They will only help you to give it the extra hydration it needs and to ensure that it looks more beautiful and healthy. If, in addition to these homemade recipes, you want to use other useful alternatives, we recommend consulting our article What to do if I burn my hair.

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