Hi there!
I've recently decided to try out hair masks, as a way to naturally strengthen my hair. I've found this one that has been all over Pinterest, but I finally tracked down the source! I loved what it did for my hair! Though I only have done this mask once, I can assure you that repeating this weekly would give you optimal results. The honey and olive oil really nourished my hair, especially after the weather lately. The apple cider vinegar is a hero! It really gets deep and just debunks any hair product that causes oily roots. You ca feel the difference when you brush your hair afterwards! This hair mask was very impressive! I'd love to hear your comments on it! 
Credit: www.beautifulsmhw.blogspot.com


Step 1: 
Mix all ingredients well in a small bowl:
2 TBS honey
1 TBS olive oil (don't go crazy with the oil!)
1 TBS apple cider vinegar


Step 2:
Starting at roots, pour a little bit of the mixture onto the center of your part. I'd recommend doing this over a sink or tub, because it gets a tad messy! Using your fingers, brush mixture down so it spreads all through hair. Repeat process until all of the hair mask is evenly dispersed through your hair, which is preferably unwashed, but washed is fine, as well. Using a wide toothed comb, make sure mask is covering all your hair, not just the roots.


Step 3:
Clip up time! You can either clip your hair up on your head, or throw it all in a shower cap, and hang out. For the next 30 to 60 minutes, chill out with a book or Netflix while the mixture conditions and cleans out your hair and scalp. If your hair is clipped up, I would put a towel around your shoulders to catch and drops of excess oil. 


Step 4: 
Hop in the shower! Let your hair down, and rinse out VERY well, shampooing out the mask. Style your hair as you normally would. Enjoy your clean, shiny hair!
 


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