Homemade miracle hair recovery mask

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Last summer, for the first time of my life, I got my hair bleached. I knew bleaching your hair is damaging but not to the point to which my hair was…. It was a catastrophe… To let you imagine : I was able to put them in a bun without any hair tie, clips or anything at all. They were the driest hair I ever touched in my life.. I thought only cutting them would help. But I had no time to go to the hairdresser. In fact, I was studying for important exams and I was locked home for 2 weeks. That’s when I had the idea (and only solution) to make a homemade hair mask. I started to collect anything oily/greasy as natural as possible that I had home, mixed it, put it on and kept it for days. After 2-3 masks, my hair were back, soft and recovered.

I’m a girl just like you ( I suppose), which means that I’ve tried thousands of hair products and thousands of hair masks and bla bla bla… I must admit this is the ONLY thing that ever worked. So here’s my recipe, and the step by step process ! Enjoy ! ?

Step 1 : The material

To make this hair mask you’ll need ;

  • A hair brush
  • A hair elastic or a hair clip
  • Cellophane
  • Pressed coconut oil
  • Shea Butter
  • Castor Oil




1 : Pressed Coconut Oil

( Online here )


2 : Organic Shea Butter

( I bought mine online here )


3 : Castor Oil

(I found mine at my local Pharmacy but it’s online too here )

Step 2 : Mix all and melt

➜ 1 full Table spoon of coconut Oil

➜ 1 Half table spoon of Shea Butter

➜ 1 half spoon of castor oil

➜ Heat up in a microwave for less than a minute, and mix well

(! Warning ! It’s oil, don’t burn yourself please !  )


Step 3 : Brush Your Hair


Step 4 : Divide Your Hair In Two Sections


Step 5 : Divide each section in half at your ears height and secure on the top of the head


Step 6 : Apply the oil mask on the ends ( go as high as you wish but avoid the roots)


Step 7 : Drop the upper layer of hair and repeat

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Step 8 : Re-apply a generous amount on the whole head, be extra generous at the very end of the hair

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Step 9 : Wrap The Hair In Cellophane

(Wrap them really tight ! )

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Step 10 : Wrap everything in a bun, placing the wrapped ends in the center of the bun, secure with a hair band



I suggest ; the longest you leave it on, the better ! I once let it on for 3 days and 2 nights. Needless to say it worked wonders !

Here you are guys ! I really do hope you found this helpful and that some of you will try and tell me how it went ! ?






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