When it comes to hair treatments, hair masks are often seen as the favoured counterpart to conditioners. While conditioners hydrate the hair and work within a handful of minutes, hair masks tend to take more time as they go deep into the follicles for a long-lasting effect.
Most hair masks are treatment-focused, some leave your hair nourished and soft, and some fight dandruff and strengthen your roots. Whatever the case, they all yield powerful results. And though you can always have them done at your regular hair salon visits, with the circuit breaker measures in place and the constraints of time, you could alternatively do them at home for the same salon-quality results. Homemade hair masks can utilise ingredients you readily have in your kitchen and help revive and hydrate your hair from the roots.
Check your kitchen pantry for these five common ingredients that can easily double up as budget-friendly DIY hair masks.