Our hair is made of proteins, and when it’s dry, frizzy, and brittle, it’s mostly simply a lack of protein.
Although eating a protein-rich diet can help promote healthy hair growth, applying a protein-rich mask can make your hair more manageable and straight.
Using a protein-based hair mask will help nourish and moisturize your hair, so it looks and feels healthier.
You can make a protein hair mask very easily with natural ingredients
- 1 egg yolk
- 6 tablespoons plain curd
- 1 overripe banana
- 2 tablespoons raw honey
- Mix the egg yolk with the curd.
- Beat the egg yolk in a small bowl.
- Now add 6 tablespoons of plain curd and mix with a spoon until the ingredients are completely mixed.
- Now in a different bowl take 1 overripe banana and mash it with a fork.
- Once mashed add 2 tablespoons of raw honey and mix well.
- Now mix this mashed banana with the egg and curd.
- Apply the mask to your hair and let it settle down.
- Once the egg yolk and yogurt are mixed together, smooth the mixture over your head, paying particular attention to the ends.
- Take a hairbrush, a comb, and put on disposable gloves.
- Start applying this mask with a brush, use a comb to close the gaps, because this will allow the mask to slather evenly on the scalp.
- Cover your hair with a mask from root to tip.
- Keep it in place for about 30 minutes and rinse off with cold water.
- Once the mask is out, shampoo your hair with a good conditioner and a dry towel.
- Afterwards, you’ll feel that your hair is smooth, that you don’t need to apply any serum after washing your hair.
Egg yolk is rich in protein and fat, which helps to strengthen and moisturize dry, brittle hair.
In addition to protein, curd contains lactic acid, which helps to absorb dirt and build up the skin while also moisturizing the hair.
Banana keeps your hair hydrated and healthy.
With regular use, a banana hair mask can increase your hair’s moisture content, smooth frizz, and soothe your itchy scalp.
Bananas are great for your hair and your scalp.
They improve scalp handling and shine, prevent and control dandruff, and moisturize your scalp.
Bananas are rich in potassium, carbohydrates, and nutrients that soften the hair and maintain the natural elasticity of the hair, avoiding split ends and breakage.
Honey has both emollient and moisturizing properties, making it a great moisturizer for your hair.
Emollients smooth the follicles of the scalp, giving shine to the dull hair.
Humectants bind to water molecules, adding moisture to dry fibers.
By moisturizing and lock in shine, honey can help restore the natural lust of your hair.
- When you wash your hair, and it’s always a little wet at the ends, curl it tight and roll it up into a tight bun.
- Let the bun sit down at the bottom of your neck.
- Leave it as long as you can, or at least until your hair is fully dry.
- When you sleep, part your hair in the middle, just as you do when you’re about to make two ponytails on either side.
- Take one section of your hair and tie a rubber band close to your scalp, then tie another rubber band one inch apart.
- Continue to do so right through to the finish.
- Just take all of these off in the morning.
- Take 1 cup of milk and place it in a spray bottle.
- Spray your hair with milk for an hour or 30 minutes before you shower.
- Use this every time you wash your hair and consider your hair to be wave-free after just a few washes.