Multi masking For hairs
What is multi-masking?
Over the years, experts in beauty and hair care have realized that the skin, scalp and hair of each did not correspond to a single label: dry, oily, sensitive, etc. while the forehead is pigmented and sensitized. So, using two or more masks to address these specific areas seems like a sensible approach that works obviously!
The same thing seems to be true for your hair. First, you must evaluate your hair, starting with your scalp. Does your scalp become dry, greasy, easily irritating? Then repeat the process for your hair. You will be surprised to see that most people have mixed hair. In the same way, your roots can become fat if you do not wash your hair for two days, but your half-lengths remain frizzy and your tips dry. Take some benchmarks of your skin, it is likely that your hair will follow suit. Once you have determined your problems, prepare these delicious masks in the kitchen and get ready to go. All natural and chemical-free products mean that you can actually eat your masks!
Dry scalp: The papaya is not only a super food for your body but also for your hair. It improves blood circulation, so it is great for your scalp and also helps in the production of natural oils from your scalp. Mix a little ripe papaya with honey for easy application and a double blow of moisture. Complete this by using Indulekha Bringha oil, which is a natural way to improve the health of your scalp.
Greasy scalp: Fuller’s Earth or multani mitti is an excellent clay mask for oily scalps. Easy to find, you can always add a few drops of lemon or orange juice and mix it with water to treat the fat. It’s also a refreshing mask that works well to beat the heat.
Sensitive scalp: One of our favorite products is the cold pressed virgin coconut oil blend with honey. The combination of the easiest ingredients to find works magically and is easily absorbed by the scalp. Warm up the oil a little to make a soothing massage of the scalp. While coconut oil provides moisture, honey helps retain moisture, itchy scalp and dandruff with its antiseptic properties. You should also consider adding the Indulekha product line to your hair care routine – its all-natural ingredients guarantee a healthy scalp and mane.
Half-lengths dry / damaged: the quality of the banana gives the same benefits to your hair. Vitamin B6 and biotin retain moisture in the hair and repair the damage. The recipe consists of mixing 1 or 2 ripe bananas (depending on the length of the hair) with 2-3 teaspoons of honey. Honey helps make the mixture smooth and also adds extra moisture boost.
Long Fat Lengths: Apple Cider Vinegar is a multi-tasking product, ideal for skin, digestion and oily scalp. Mix one part of cider vinegar with two parts of water and apply on your half-lengths. You can always add a few drops of essential oils such as lavender if you want to add a soothing scent to your mask.
Mid-length frizz: to fight frizz, the most delicious superfood comes to your rescue – the lawyer! You simply have to crush a ripe avocado with yogurt and apply it to your mid-length.
Dry tips: One of our favorites is the mixture of cold-pressed virgin coconut oil and honey. The combination of the easiest ingredients to find works wonders and is absorbed by the hair follicles.
Split ends: egg masks are messy but really effective. If you only use one at your ends, it’s a lot easier. Just whisk the egg yolks and apply on your ends. You can also choose to add more moisture by mixing a few drops of almond oil.
For best results, shampoo once and apply masks to clean, damp hair (not wet). Leave several masks for at least 30 minutes with a shower cap to contain the damage and wash them with paraben and sulfate free shampoo. You will need two shampoos to get out of the fire, but the end result will be worth it. However, do not forget to be gentle and opt for shampoos containing natural ingredients. Try Indulekha Bringha shampoo for natural but effective results.