Vegan Hair Masks – 100% PURE

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There’s something about bleak days and cold weather that makes us ready to treat ourselves from head to toe — and now we’re starting at the top. What better way to care for our strands than with a hydrating botanical hair mask? Winter weather can be tough on hair, leaving it frizzy, not shiny, and completely dry. Instead of turning to animal sources, we get creative and use what’s already in the house to make mini makeovers.

hair mask benefits

In our humble opinion, hair masks are a little underrated! While we certainly believe in the power of quality hair care with our essentials, like shampoo and conditioner, we find that hair and skin often lack hydration and hydration; A botanical hair mask is one of the best ways to supplement moisture in hair for gorgeous shine, a happy scalp, and healthy locks. Some of the benefits of a hair mask include:

  • Cleanse and treat the scalp with nourishment for a healthy hair environment. This often results in better hydration from roots to ends and also supports hair growth.

  • Hair masks also deeply moisturize our strands, increasing elasticity and tensile strength. Strengthens hair, resists split ends and split ends, and keeps our hair strong and healthy.

  • Treatments like a botanical hair mask help smooth out dandruff, improving smoothness and shine, reducing frizz and overall manageability.

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Glitter and glow

We love this rich botanical hair mask because it helps us get the growth we want and the hydration and shine we need! Perfect for fall and winter when hair needs some extra moisture support, this mask will be perfect year round for thicker hair types and us. rollfriends.

coconut oil | Shea Butter | grapefruit

We usually look for this coral-colored fruit for smoothies and meals, but this citrus is packed with vitamins A and C that support and stimulate hair growth. To clarify the scalp and strands, the grapefruit in this botanical hair mask helps remove buildup as well. The lustrous duo of Shea and Coconut Oil conditions hair for ultimate softness and shine.

Due to how conditioning this is, it’s best to use it less frequently or focus on the ends for fine hair, and at most weekly for other hair densities.

How do you make it yourself
Start by mixing the coconut and chia in a heat-safe jar and melt it slightly in the microwave or airtight under a flow of hot water. We like to use fresh grapefruit if we have it around, then squeeze the juice and pulp into the jar, then re-seal it and shake until combined.

Massage into hair and let absorb for 5-10 minutes before washing as usual for extra glossy tresses in the end.


Tropical treat

Thinking of this vegan hair mask makes us feel a little hungry because it contains some of our favorite tropical elements, like bananas and avocados. This reparative, enriching, ultra-hydrating and ultra-soothing mask for any dry scalp or tresses is truly a treat for any hair in need of intense hydration.

Banana | olive oil | avocado

Want to talk about deep conditioning? Banana smoothes each strand which helps reduce frizz, breakage and shine. The silky richness of avocado and olive oil means hair will shine with luster. What’s more, avocado helps seal the deal with our hair cuticles, locking in growth support B vitamins and extra smoothness. Nourishing and rich in antioxidants, olives give our scalps a fresh new look for the start of healthy hair.

How do you make it yourself
Very simple – just mash half a ripe avocado and half a ripe banana in a bowl, then using a fork whisk in the olive oil to get a creamy, spreadable texture.

Massage into scalp and head and leave for 10 minutes or more before rinsing and styling as usual. Throw away any remaining mask after use.

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warm coconut

Like a warm hug, this botanical hair mask is perfect for sensitive skin and scalps that experience dry, itchy or irritated skin. It contains only three main ingredients and a big bonus, they are always stocked in the pantry!

coconut milk | oats | Agave

This strengthening mask contains silky aloe vera known for its ability to moisturize and strengthen strands. As a moisturizer, this ingredient contributes to deep and lasting hydration, resulting in a healthy glow.

Next up, we have the oats that help work wonders for any dryness, dandruff, or scalp irritation. Rich in nutrients such as iron, zinc and omega-6 fatty acids, oats help retain hair and stimulate its growth.

The creamy conditioning agent for this botanical hair mask is coconut milk. This mask contains plenty of B vitamins to strengthen, moisturize and repair hair, making Trifecta perfect for all hair types, textures and lengths.

How do you make it yourself
Chop, grind, or chop raw oats in a food processor or mortar and pestle. In a sealable bowl, add a generous splash or about 1 tablespoon of aloe vera to about 1/2 cup of coconut milk. Slowly blend the oats until a loose dough or breakfast porridge texture forms, but feel free to add more milk to get your preferred consistency.

Massage the mask onto the scalp and cover the hair, paying special attention to the ends. Leave it on for no more than 5 minutes, then rinse and finish your natural hair routine.

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