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In search of a seriously strong hair mask to help out my summer hair that I’m growing out (and subsequently haven’t cut recently), I decided to give a home hair mask a whirl before spending a lot on a heavy-duty hair mask elsewhere. I found this recipe on a site that may not have been the most promising (because I like to hear things from either people or sources I trust). I decided to just try it because I know apple cider vinegar is great for clarifying your hair from build-up and olive oil is obviously a fantastic moisturizer.
My biggest concern was what the honey could have done - and I pictured a worst case scenario of a sticky mess in my hair that wouldn’t come out (it’s happened with other home recipes before!). The recipe called for “acacia” honey, but since I didn’t see that at the store (Whole Foods), I just went with “amber” honey. After mixing everything, I used a silicon pastry brush to apply it to my hair (it got washed well I promise!). NOTE: this is NOT a clean mask, so don’t do it when you’re rushed, or if you’re wearing something you don’t want to get dirty. It took a few minutes to get all of the mask on my hair (my hair is about 5 inches past my shoulders so it was plenty of all the ingredients.
I didn’t feel like waiting 1 hour, but kept it on for 40 minutes (NOTE 2: you need plenty of time!). It rinsed out surprisingly easy and I followed with shampoo and conditioner, despite the original recipe just saying to ‘rinse’. I didn’t dry my hair that night but the next day after air-drying my hair was super soft. It did take a second shampoo before I felt like my hair was fully rinsed, but I’m sure if you just take more time with the shampooing the first time around you’ll have better luck than me. Either way, I achieved what I was hoping with this hair mask - softer, less weighed-down hair - so I fully recommend it if you’re looking for that solution. Just make sure you pick a night when you have an hour to sit around smelling like honey — not a bad thing at all