Avocado and Coconut Oil Hair Mask

Is it battle to control your hair from frizz, are you tired of dry and brittle hair…? Then have I got a hair mask for you. Note that you can also use this on normal hair if you want to deep condAvocado on whiteition it.

Avocados are high in vitamins “B” and “E” which is crucial for hair growth, it helps strengthen and protect your hair. Avocados also moisturize and help tame frizz. They promote hair growth and prevent hair loss, which is good for anyone trying to grow their hair out.

All hail coconut oil! Coconut oil is literally a miracle product for hair, it’s quite affordable and above all it’s natural! It promotes hair growth and prevents hair breakage and split ends. Coconut oil moisturizes deep into the hair follicles causing the hair to become shiny and soft.

The amount of coconut oil used for this hair mask, is determined on the size of your avocado.

  • Large Avocado – 1/2 a cup of coconut oil
  • Medium Avocado – 1/4 a cup of coconut oil
  • Small Avocado – 1 tablespoon or more of coconut oil

First pour the coconut oil into a blender, and scrap the meat of the avocado and add it with the coconut oil. Blend into a smooth and thick consistency. Pour into a small bowl. You can use the hair mask as it is, or put in the freezer for 5-10 minutes. This can make applying the hair mask much easier, and less messier. Use you fingers to apply this all over you hair, I recommend you leave this hair mask for approximately 30 minutes or more. Wash out your hair and enjoy you shiny new hair. 🙂

I hope you all try out this hair mask!

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