often a bit greasy in the roots and somewhat dry in the ends, fine hair needs to be treated with products that will help it brighten up and the mixture containing equal parts of freshly squeezed lemon juice and water won't only relive it of product buildup but infuse it with lustrous shine and softness!
Simply massage this mixture into your hair, then give it another 5 minutes before you rinse it off. This also happens to be one of the nice-smelling treatments for fine hairs which means you can apply it after both conditioner and shampoo
Oh, and let's not forget avocado-the holy grail of lifeless, lackluster hair!and for the next on my list of DIY masks for thin hairs, you 'll need the flesh of one ripe avocado,2 tablespoons of honey and 3-4 tablespoon of castor oil.
Blend all the ingredients to get a smooth paste. Apply this paste on your hairs and leave it there for at least an hour.
When combined with castor oil and milk, oat flakes do wonders for thin hairs, so mix
3 tablespoons of each and add a few drops of vitamin A to create one of the coolest homemade hair masks ever! Massage the mixture into your scalp, leave it on for about 20 to 30 minutes and watch your hair go from dull and flat to super bouncy.
If you're worried about fallout and would like to do something to ensure optimal hair growth and strength, you'll definitely want to give this last on my list of DIY masks for thin hair a shot.
Start by peeling one potato and pressing out its juice then use that juice along 2 tablespoons of aloe Vera gel, 1 tablespoon of honey and vitamin A and E.rub this mixture into your scalp, giving yourself a nice head massage as you do so. Leave it on a minimum of 2 hours and, for best results, repeat this treatment one more time during the week.
are you going to try out any of these DIY masks for thin hair and, if yes, which homemade masks are your favorites