DIY Hair Masks for Frizzy Hair—Homemade & Natural

Updated on November 13, 2017
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Argh! Frizzy hair can be such a pain! Luckily, there are some awesome homemade hair masks for frizzy hair that can be whipped up in minutes and safely applied for beautiful soft locks!
Argh! Frizzy hair can be such a pain! Luckily, there are some awesome homemade hair masks for frizzy hair that can be whipped up in minutes and safely applied for beautiful soft locks! | Source

If you have stubborn, out-of-control frizzy hair that changes with the weather, worry no more! These three very simple and cost-friendly hair masks will not only tame and nurture your frizzy hair, but also promote hair growth and remove dandruff and excess oils. Don't go hunting for chemical-packed frizz fighters when you can whip up effective hair masks using kitchen pantry ingredients. Check out these cool DIY hair masks to naturally tame unruly frizzes:

1. Mayonnaise Egg Honey Hair Mask

Natural Homemade Hair Mask for Frizzy Hair with Egg, Mayo & Honey!
Natural Homemade Hair Mask for Frizzy Hair with Egg, Mayo & Honey! | Source

Mayonnaise is the ultimate de-frizzer you can find. Coupled with egg and honey, this amazing hair mask will work wonders in taming wild frizzy hair. The egg will not only soften dry, frizzy locks but also nourish your scalp and roots. Honey is a natural humectant and will water your frizzy hair, locking moisture into hair cells, bringing back their vibrancy. Let's look at the detailed benefits of the ingredients in this hair mask for frizzy hair:

Ingredients
Benefits for Hair
Mayonnaise
Contains natural oils, vinegar and multi-vitamin egg yolk that will restore damaged frizzy hair to its healthy pH. Softens brittle frizzy hair. Locks moisture into skin cells. Deeply contains and hydrates hair.
Egg
Rich in multi-vitamins and minerals. Nourishes and strenthens hair roots and scalp. Softens and moisturizes dry frizzy hair. Natural hair conditioner which makes hair silky and luscious.
Honey
Natural humectant which will add moisture to dry frizzy hair. Conditions and moisturizes dry hair locks. Adds shine and gloss to hair and promotes smooth and soft hair without any split ends.

Useful Tips

  1. Before applying the mask, wet your hair and wrap a warm towel around your head to open up hair follicles.
  2. Rinse as thoroughly as possible to wash off all the hair mask to avoid any bits and pieces of the mask sticking to your hair.
  3. Wet your hair before applying the mask. Using the mask on dry hair and scalp doesn't work.

Ingredients:

  • 2 tablespoons mayonnaise
  • 1 egg
  • 1 tablespoon honey

Directions:

In a small mixing bowl, whisk the egg until it turns frothy. Combine the above ingredients thoroughly. With clean fingertips, massage the mixture into your wet hair. Wind your hair in a high bun over your head and cover with a disposable shower cap. Sit for 15 minutes allowing the goodness of the mask to sink deep into your hair follicles. When the time is up, wash off the mask from the hair roots to the ends. Rinse off as many times as possible until all of the mask is off. Shampoo well to remove the hair mask smells and condition as usual. Give a final rinse with cold water and wrap your hair in a fluffy towel.

2. Banana Almond Oil Hair Mask

Blend banana + almond oil to make a smooth hair mask to tame wild and frizzy locks!
Blend banana + almond oil to make a smooth hair mask to tame wild and frizzy locks! | Source

Using just two ingredients, this frizzy hair mask recipe will soften dry frizzes as well as moisturize them. Banana is made up of 75 percent water which makes it a great natural moisturizer for frizzy hair and almond oil serves as an excellent conditioner that will bless your locks with a natural sheen. Let's look at the in-depth benefits of these ingredients for hair:

Ingredient
Benefits for Hair
Banana
Traps moisture into dry frizzes. Nourishes scalp and hair follicles. Helps maintain natural hair elasticity and prevents breakage and split ends. Prevents hair loss and controls dandruff.
Almond Oil
Rich in multi vitamins and omega fatty acids. Penetrates deep into the scalp, strengthing hair roots and shafts. Softens frizzy hair. Promotes hair growth. Adds a natural glow to dull frizzes. Prevents hair breakage. Heals scalp inflammation and dandruff.

Useful Tips

  1. You don't even need to shampoo and condition your hair with this mask since it smells wonderful and almond oil acts as a great conditioner.
  2. Apply the hair mask right before a shower to effectively wash it off.
  3. Use overripe bananas for this mask instead of throwing them away.
  4. You can always add greater quantities of the ingredients listed depending on your hair length and volume.

Ingredients:

  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 1-2 teaspoons of almond oil

Directions:

Puree two ripe or overripe bananas in a blender until lump-free. In a small mixing bowl, stir in the almond oil together with the banana puree. Slather the hair mask onto your strands, starting from the roots, working downwards. Tie your hair into a loose bun and cover with a shower cap. Wait for 15 minutes. You can use this time to relax, read a book or pamper yourself with a manicure. After the time is done, wash off the mask well. After every bit of the mask is off, shampoo your hair and rinse with cold water.

3. Avocado, coconut milk & olive oil hair mask

One last exquisite hair mask to beat frizzy hair - with avocado, olive oil and coconut milk. Frizzy hair can be such a pain but you can tame it with natural ingredients!
One last exquisite hair mask to beat frizzy hair - with avocado, olive oil and coconut milk. Frizzy hair can be such a pain but you can tame it with natural ingredients! | Source

The creamy avocado is one of the most powerful superfoods for good health. But avocado can also be used in hair masks for shiny lustrous locks! Combined with two other powerful frizz-fighting ingredients, this hair mask is excellent for dry frizzy hair. This hair mask contains moisture-rich ingredients that sound yummy too! Look at the benefits of avocado, coconut milk, and olive oil for hair:

Ingredient
Benefits for Hair
Avocado
Contains vitamins, healthy fat and minerals. Has moisturizing and hydrating properties that will revitalize dry brittle hair. Protects hair elasticity and prevents further hair damage and brekage. Conditions and softens frizzy hair.
Coconut Milk
Nourishes and cools the scalp and hair follicles. Restores lustre to dull damaged frizzy hair. Boosts hair growth. Guards against hair loss. Acts as a natural detangler. Moisturizes and conditions frizzy hair.
Olive oil
Naturally conditions and smoothens rough hair. Hydrates dry frizzes and nourishes brittle locks and weak scalp, preventing hair loss and breakage.

Useful Tips

  1. Use a ripe avocado so it is easier to puree. Freezing or thawing the avocado before use also works great.
  2. Make sure to blend the avocado until you get a lump-free smoothie. This is important—if you have lumps in your mixture, you will have a hard time rinsing off and you might end up with tiny avocado lumps stuck to your hair.
  3. Don't just smear the hair mask onto your scalp and locks. Take time to massage the mixture deep into your scalp in gentle circular motions using both hands. Slather a generous amount of hair mask onto your hair ends where the most damage occurs.

Ingredients:

  • 1 small ripe avocado
  • 1/2 cup fresh coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon olive oil

Directions:

First puree 1/2 a ripe avocado in a blender until smooth. Stir in coconut milk and olive oil and mix well. Apply the mixture to your scalp going downwards to your hair ends. Take time to massage the hair mask in gentle circular motions deep into your scalp. Wait for 15 minutes before rinsing off the mask thoroughly. You may shampoo and condition using organic products.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and does not substitute for diagnosis, prognosis, treatment, prescription, and/or dietary advice from a licensed health professional. Drugs, supplements, and natural remedies may have dangerous side effects. If pregnant or nursing, consult with a qualified provider on an individual basis. Seek immediate help if you are experiencing a medical emergency.

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        elsie 

        2 years ago

        how about falling ang thinning hair? any recommendation using natural ingredients?

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        crystal 

        2 years ago

        instead of almond oil, would olive oil, or argan oil work?

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        sudha 

        2 years ago

        It really good remedy for home to get soft skily hair. It's really work

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        HackHealth 

        3 years ago from Los Angeles, California

        Love this. I'll be trying these soon to tame the frizz

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        Ana Maria Orantes 

        3 years ago from Miami Florida

        Thank you for the masks natural ingredients for the healthy hair's growing. It is good to try different natural things with the experts advice. Then, nothing can go wrong. What a nice relive to apply it in our heads knowing that someone else already tested. You are a good person to share your beauty's secrets. I like your hub.

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        maylin 

        4 years ago

        I was wondering, after doing any of these treatments, when your hair dry's does it stay frizz less?

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        Susan Hazelton 

        4 years ago from Sunny Florida

        I will definitely be trying the mayonnaise egg honey hair mask. I need something that will really tame my hair. Terrific post.

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        Anna 

        4 years ago

        Wow. Just did this, used the Mayo, egg, and honey one, just took the towel off my head and my hair feels amazing, next stop, growing gorgeous nails. xD.

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        4 years ago

        How many times in a week can you do this?

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        Emily 

        4 years ago from Missouri

        Thanks, great tips! I tried the avocado hair mask and its amazing, I also use the Pro Naturals hair care system to have beautiful and healthy hair.

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        Christin Sander 

        4 years ago from Midwest

        Nicely done hub, good information and great graphics and layout - voted up and sharing.

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