PS – how to deep clean your scalp, this DIY apple cider vinegar hair rinse, and my DIY avocado and yogurt face mask. Made by Trine Hansen Design. I think you’d be fine to apply this to damp or wet hair but I like doing it as a pre-shower treatment, on dry hair. Just wanted to po, So far my time in Charleston has been a lot of wal, Dream partnership alert! if i need to dry it more, I just gently squeeze with the same towel. Which was super simple! This however made my scalp super oily and my hair still dry. This DIY coconut oil honey hair mask is incredibly simple and easy to make (just two ingredients that you most likely already have in your pantry) but it IS messy. Back to the baking soda did not help. Read a book, soak in the tub, whatever you want to do. You could also put your hair into a shower cap or wrap your hair in cellophane. I used 3 tbsps because my hair is thick and unruly)DirectionsScoop honey and coconut oil into small pan and heat on stove top at low heat until melted, stirring briefly to combine. making this combination perfect for damaged hair – smoothing and conditioning the hair follicles. If you’re having a hard time getting the honey and coconut oil to blend together you can heat them up. My usual go-to for hair care is Olaplex No. Again, protect your clothes. I used a similar technique as one uses with hair dye. The first thing I did was to make this coconut milk and honey hair mask. Comment document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute( "id", "ad6ccea872f3b112ce6a157757431dd7" );document.getElementById("j3494e5fbd").setAttribute( "id", "comment" ); Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. For extra credit you could add a drop or two of essential oil to get some aromatherapy benefits but this is not important. I’m trying not to care so much (most days my hair just goes in a bun and on non-bun days I embrace my natural wave) but it’s still so dry. I’m going to give this a try. Then I tied it in a Bunin the back. Since this is not really a problem are to me I do not really see a reason too. I decided to change my approach to start using coconut milk instead. My hair was still quite oily, but it was a lot less than the first time. Rinse hair with warm water and then do your normal hair care routine with your regular hair products (shampoo and conditioner, style!). It is recommended that those who possess longer or shorter hair can adjust the proportions accordingly. Might I also suggest that winding your hair up tightly in a terrycloth towel may be causing some damage and dryness? The first thing I did was to make this coconut milk and honey hair mask. - The Stripe by Grace Atwood And added the mixture to my hair, starting and the tips and working my way up. I desperately needed a haircut before all of this happened, so now I’m like maybe three months overdue and who knows how long it will be before my next appointment. When I came home I needed to borrow some of my sisters shampoo to get it un-oily. Honey is a natural humectant and coconut oil has a low molecular weight which ensures that it penetrates the hair shaft to leave hair nourished and healthy. This mask is highly moisturizing and will leave the hair silky + soft with less frizz! Mix well in a bowl and apply on your scalp and hair. It does run so I would recommend using a shower cap. I tried a couple of different ways to make something that suited me, read below. The hair mask of honey and Coconut oil is ideal for repairing as well as moisturizing damaged hair. ❤️✨, Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog And check out a few of my favorite hair masks in the widget below. Beef Stew with Coconut Milk and Turmeric Rice Recipe, Add the coconut milk and honey to a bowl and whisk together, Move it from the bowl to a flask for easier applying, use a funnel for less mess, Add to dry hair (not scalp) and let sit for 10 minutes. Thank yo, Could not be more excited to team up with one of m, We have talked quite a bit about sparking JOY this, BIG NEWS - @MargauxNY now makes slippers - the per, Charmaine Ng | Architecture & Lifestyle Blog. Ingredients: 1/2 cup Coconut Oil; 1/2 cup Honey; Preparation Time: 5 mins. DIY Coconut Oil Honey Hair Mask. I did not have one available so I sat in my shower for easier cleanup. I wanted to check out how it would work as a conditioner mixed with water instead. 3, which I still of course love and use every week but I was feeling a little bit creative so I decided to try my hand at making this coconut oil and honey hair mask. I took about the same amount water and mask and added it to my hair (not the scalp) and let it sit for a couple of mins like a normal conditioner and my hair was feeling a lot better. Next time I will not apply this mask to my roots. I have naturally curly hair and switched to one of those aquis towels a long time ago and instead of flipping my head over to do the usual twist, I just put it under my dripping wet hair and simply loosely fold it over (kind of like they do in the salon) to catch drips until I’m ready to style. If you’re doing a coconut milk deep conditioner treatment like the coconut milk and honey hair mask, leave it on for a full hour. Whatever you want! To make coconut milk and honey hair mask you need to take 6 tbsp of coconut milk and 3 tsp of honey. GUYS – my hair has been SO, SO dry. To make this coconut & honey hair mask, all you need is: - 200g of coconut milk - 2 tablespoons of honey. It’s such a simple combination, but it definitely helps with healthy hair. I decided to change my approach to start using coconut milk instead. Coconut oil and honey are both so good for your hair (and your skin!) SO excited to team up wit, Just so happy and so grateful (and weirdly emotion, Such a perfect day for an outdoor brunch. How to: Begin with mixing the coconut milk and honey together until they become a lemon mixture. I knew I had to take some drastic measures. It is softer but nowhere near as greasy as when I used it as a hair mask. I applied the mask while in just a towel and that worked well. I used an old body shop soap plastic bottle, the one they have soaps in. The honey makes it easy to apply; you don’t necessarily need any water with this one. Once you’ve applied the mask to your hair, gather hair into a high bun and let the mask work its magic. Then I ties my hair to a top knot. My scalp is doing better but my hair dryer than ever. and blend them up in a small mixing bowl.