5 DIY hair masks recipes for color-treated locks

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Women everywhere have probably experienced the urge of wanting to dye their hair. Although not every one of them decides to get their mane dyed, if you’ve got a dye job yourself, you know that things can be quite complicated after a while! The color starts to fade and your locks become frizzier and drier than before… But don’t worry! Today, we’re going to show you how to make 5 hair masks that will bring life back to your mane!

DIY HAIR MASKS FOR COLOR-TREATED LOCKS

To get rid of the unfortunate side effects of coloring your hair, try out one of these simple DIY masks! Each one of them helps with different aspects, so read the recipes and observations below to see which one you should try out![1]7 DIY Natural Masks to Keep Your Color-Treated Hair Happy & Healthy. (2019, June 7). BELLE BAR. … Continue reading

  1. HONEY + OLIVE OIL

The power of olive oil is very well-known! Filled with good fats, this ingredient is especially great if you feel your scalp is itchy and sensitive after you dyed your hair. Also rich in vitamin E, it helps to bring back moisture to your mane! Allied with honey, a natural humectant, you’ll see how nourished and smooth your locks will look after applying this hair mask!

To make this hair mask, you’ll only need 1 tablespoon of olive oil and 3 tablespoons of honey! After you mix them, warm the mixture in the microwave for a little while (don’t forget to put it in a heat-safe bowl!). Check if it’s lukewarm and apply it to your wet hair. Massage it in your scalp as well as through all your hair. Leave it acting for about 30 minutes, and then, rinse it all off! 

  1. BANANA + MILK + HONEY

One of the most dreaded consequences of dying your hair is seeing it become super fragile… If that’s your case, this recipe can help you make your locks strong again! Since banana is rich in potassium and other nutrients, this ingredient will help make hair more resilient and elastic. With milk, a substance known for its richness in proteins, you’ll ensure that your mane won’t be fragile any more! And to ensure your threads will look shiny, add honey to the mixture!

Making this hair mask is quick and easy: mash 1 banana in a bowl and then add one tablespoon of full-cream milk. Put in 1 tablespoon of honey and mix it all together! After that, apply the mixture to your damp hair and scalp and let it act for 20-30 minutes. Then, rinse it off and finish your hair care routine as you normally would!

  1. FOR BRUNETTES: YOGURT + HONEY + COCOA POWDER + APPLE CIDER VINEGAR

If you can see your new brunette hair slowly fading, it’s time to try out this recipe! By adding protein-rich ingredients, moisturizing substances, and cocoa powder to make that color pop again, you’ll see how brand new your locks will look! 

To make this hair mask, mix 2 tablespoons of cocoa powder with 4 tablespoons of plain yogurt. Then, add 1 tablespoon of honey and one teaspoon of apple cider vinegar. Mix it well and apply the mixture to your wet hair. Let it act for 30 minutes and rinse it off!

  1. FOR BLONDES: LEMON JUICE + CHAMOMILE TEA

It doesn’t matter if you’re a dyed blonde or a natural one, this hair mask will help make your blonde locks even lighter! You just need to squeeze the juice of one lemon and mix it with half a cup of chamomile tea. After that, apply the mixture to your hair and add a plastic cap to potentialize the results! Leave it for at least 20 minutes (and up to 30), and simply rinse it off afterward!

  1. FOR REDHEADS: CARROT + HONEY + YOGURT

Sad because your red locks are fading away? Don’t worry anymore! With the natural power of carrots – great for stopping the dye from fading as well as bring back strength to your mane – combined with honey and yogurt, your color-treated hair will look as good as new! 

To do this hair mask, just chop 1 medium carrot, and mix it in a food processor with 1 tablespoon of honey and 3 tablespoons of plain yogurt. In your wet hair, apply the mixture, massage it well, and let it sit for 5 minutes! Then, rinse it off with warm water!

To make the benefits of these DIY hair masks even more visible, do them once or twice a week! And don’t forget to use hair products specifically formulated for color-treated hair! If you’re in need of recommendations, check out Metro Brazil’s hair cosmetics section – all high-quality products from the best Brazilian brands!

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