Avocado and Coconut Oil are packed with fatty acids and proteins to repair dry, frizzy hair and to keep it moisturized from blow-drying, coloring, and everyday use of shampoos.
The secret to this hair mask is the Rosemary Oil, which has been used in Mediterranean countries for centuries to stimulate the hair follicles into producing new hair growth. You’ll notice shiny, radiant and thicker hair when used on a regular basis.
First, you want to take your Avocado, Coconut, Rosemary Oil - Hair Mask and take out a generous amount. This, of course, depends on the length of your hair, but one to two tablespoons is a good amount. Note: Depending on the climate you live in or the season, this can be liquid or solid because of the Coconut Oil it contains. Coconut Oil is a solid below 76° and liquid above.
So now I have about two large tablespoons in this bowl and I’m going to heat it up so it’s completely liquid.
The next thing you want to do is drape yourself with a tool so you don’t get the hair mask all over your clothes. I like to secure mine with a clip.
Now, I can simply start by applying the liquid oil onto your scalp. You can either just dip your fingers in it and do it, or simply use a useful tool like this one and dip it in and soak up some of the oil.
And now I’m applying it straight onto my scalp. You want to make sure your hair is completely saturated in the oil, so definitely be generous with it. Really take your time massaging it into the scalp.
So now that my scalp is covered in the oil, I’m going to continue with the midsection all the way to the ends.
I absolutely love this hair mask especially for the colder fall and winter months like now when my scalp tends to get really dry and itchy.
Now I’m really paying attention to the ends of my hair because this hair mask is really great with preventing split ends.
If any of your hair sections tend to get a little more dry, like mine right here, for example, just focus a little more on it and just add more of the hair treatment.
Now that I’ve saturated my hair completely with the hair mask, I’m going to leave it in for a minimum of one hour and then when it’s time to rinse it out, I like to apply the shampoo onto my hair before I wet it. This way it with lather a little bit and then once you add water it lathers some more and then when you rinse it out it will take away all of the oils with it.
So this is how my hair looks after rinsing out the hair treatment. It feels amazing, it feels so nourished and strong. I can even tell that it’s hydrated all the way down to the ends.