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Avocado, Honey, and Olive Oil Hair Mask for Damaged Hair






The quest for beautiful, glamorous hair is wrought with dangers. From the fire breathing dragon (a.k.a. the hair dryer) to the potions concocted by evil witches (a.k.a. hair products), your hair is in grave danger pretty much every single day. Everything you do to tame it and make it presentable can also leave it looking limp and dull. However, now you can reawaken your hair’s natural beauty with a hair mask for damaged hair. It isn’t a magic spell, but it’s the next best thing.

This hair mask for damaged hair is all natural and powerful… especially considering there are only 3 ingredients in it. The results, even after just one use of this hair mask for damaged hair, are pretty darn impressive. Trust me, it’ll transform your hair from lifeless to lustrous in no time at all.

You can whip up this hair mask for damaged hair in just a few minutes (seriously, like 5 minutes), so it’s super easy to work into your already busy day. So… what are you waiting for? Give this hair mask for damaged hair a try now!

Ingredients:
  • 1 ripe avocado, pitted and scooped out
  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 2 tablespoons honey
  • 2-3 drops lavender essential oil (optional)

Directions:
  1. In a small mixing bowl or the bowl of a stand mixer, add in the avocado, olive oil, honey and essential oil. Whip on high until light in color and smooth.
  2. Dampen hair with water. Spread mask onto hair, paying particular attention to the ends (feel free to rub it in a bit). Clip your hair onto the top of your head, cover with shower cap, and heat either using a hair dryer for 15 minutes or by sitting in the sun for 30-45 minutes.
  3. Remove shower cap, rinse out mask, and then wash and condition hair as usual.

Additional Tips:
  • This is also a great scalp treatment so feel free to massage it directly onto your scalp. But if you have an oily scalp, you can apply the treatment a few inches down from the scalp.
  • While the mask is doing its magic, use a shower cap (or saran wrap) to keep your hair out of the way.





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