DIY Hair Thickening Masks
If you are experiencing hair loss or hair thinning, you know how devastating it can be to your self-perception and your relationships with others. You might feel like there’s no solution or that you will be stuck hiding your head forever. However, you will be happy to learn that you have multiple options to cope with your hair loss.
One method to temporarily prevent hair thinning and loss is through the use of DIY hair thickening masks. Not only are they fun to make, but they can also alleviate some of the problems associated with thinning hair. We’ve provided a few for you to experiment with:
Protein Egg Mask: Most of the items for this hair mask can be found in your home! All you need to do is combine 1 egg with 1 tablespoon of coconut oil, ½ teaspoon of honey, and half of an avocado. Massage the mask into your scalp, let it sit for 30 minutes, and then shampoo to remove it.
Rosemary and Nettle Tea Mask: Not only does this mask strengthen hair and promote natural hair growth, but it will also give your hair that fresh-out-of-the-salon scent! For this mask recipe, you will need to add ¾ cup of rosemary and 1 nettle tea bag to a cup of boiling water. Remove the mixture from the heat and allow it to steep for about an hour. Once it is strained and cooled, you can pour it over your hair and comb, rinse, and shampoo, or spray it into your wet hair to soak overnight. Though a little more complicated than a traditional recipe, this mask can significantly help with thinning hair.
Coconut Milk Mask: For this mask, combine ½ cup of coconut milk with 3 teaspoons of olive oil. Massage the mask into your scalp and let sit for 10 to 15 minutes before shampooing to rinse. Easy!
While these masks can be fun to make, there is no permanent solution for hair loss like Hairline Ink’s scalp micropigmentation. Our procedure gives you the look of a full head of hair that will never fade, requires no maintenance, and comes at an affordable price. To learn more about our guaranteed hair loss solution, call us at 585-250-0835.