DIY Hair Mask for Oily Hair?

DIY Hair Mask for Oily Hair?

Oily or greasy hair does not necessarily arise from your hair being dirty but sometimes your tresses getting heavy with oil. Hair mask for greasy hair can remove the excess oil from your hair and make them look shiny and bouncy, again. Read here, different types of hair mask to get rid of oily hair.

Hair Mask with Yogurt

Plain curd always works for any type of hair problem. It has anti-bacterial properties. But the amount of curd you will need in the mask depends on the length of your hair.

Take the half cup of yogurt is enough for medium length hair. In this hair mask to you can add lemon juice and yogurt, but it is upon you whether you want to add it or not. Leave this mask on for at least 30 minutes and use twice a week to get rid of oily hair.

Hair Mask with Honey, Lemon and Aloe

To remove the greasiness of hair aloe vera hair mask is very good for it, the only thing that you may need to procure from outside is some aloe vera gel. Leave it on for 20 minutes and then rinse off with lukewarm water. Use shampoo and conditioner as required. Prepare and apply this hair mask after I first wash my hair. So each time I have made this I applied it on cleansed damp hair.

Hair Mask with Egg Yolk and Honey

Egg and honey are always good for our hair. We mix them with any of the ingredients and it will make our hair smooth and shiny. Prepare a bowl in which you put the egg yolk and the honey. Stir them together really well. Apply it on your freshly washed damp hair, but try to distribute this hair mask evenly to the roots of your hair. Leave it to work for about 15 minutes before rinsing it out with just water.

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