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Hydrating Curl Care Masks To Make Today

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Hydrating Curl Care Masks To Make Today

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Does the winter have your curls in a slump? The cold weather can lead curls to being dry, frizzy, and difficult to manage. Therefore, you're going to want to infuse some moisture into your strands. These are hydrating curl care masks to make today. Slather them on, cover your curls with a shower cap, and enjoy moisturized strands. The best part? Most of these masks can be made with things you already have in your kitchen.

Hydrating Curl Care Masks To Make Today

Avocado and honey:

This mask takes three super ingredients and combines them for an ultra hydrating experience. Take 1/2 of a ripe avocado, and smash until smooth. Add 2 tablespoons of honey, and 1/4 cup of melted coconut oil. Combine, and apply to wet curls. Cover, and let sit for 60 minutes before rinsing.

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Honey and olive oil:

If you have finer hair, you can try this mask. Avoid applying directly to the roots to keep from weighing down strands. Mix 1/4 cup virgin olive oil and 2 tablespoons of honey. Apply to wet curls, and allow it to sit. If you have thicker, kinkier coils you can also apply it directly to the scalp by massaging with your fingertips.

Banana and yogurt:

This is more than just a great snack! Combine 1/2 cup of unflavored yogurt with 1/2 ripe mashed banana. Mix until completely smooth and add in 2-3 tablespoons of honey. Massage into your scalp and apply throughout your strands. Allow to sit for 30-60 minutes and shampoo out.

Apple cider vinegar and eggs:

This one sounds strange, but it delivers great results. Mix 1/2 cup of raw, unfiltered apple cider vinegar and 1 egg. Mix until combined and smooth. Blend in 2 tablespoons of honey. Apply throughout freshly washed curls. This is one that should be massaged into your scalp, but avoid adding heat. The egg delivers strengthening protein to damaged strands, while the apple cider vinegar kills dandruff.

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