Thanksgiving is officially over, and I bet you’re still full from yesterday’s feast. You probably made too much food, and now you’re left with weeks’ worth of leftovers; what do you do? Eating the same thing over and over again can get boring, so this year, we have some DIY hair masks that you can make with all those Thanksgiving Day leftovers!
We know it sounds crazy to make hair products out of the food you eat on holiday, but trust us, your hair will thank you! There are so many ways you can turn your favorite Thanksgiving Day foods into hair masks that will help you achieve your goal of growing thick and luscious locks. With so much to be thankful for this year, creating DIY hair masks out of the foods you already have is just another thing to add to your list of what you are grateful for! Are you interested in making some DIY hair masks for the Thanksgiving edition? Keep reading!
4 DIY Hair Masks You Need To Try This Thanksgiving:
1. Sweet Potato Hair Mask
Even if sweet potatoes don’t make it to your plate on Thanksgiving Day, they are a great superfood to help grow luscious locks. Loaded with hair-loving nutrients such as vitamin A and beta-carotene, making a DIY sweet potato hair mask is a great way to get your hair healthy and shiny. To create this fantastic Thanksgiving-inspired hair mask, heat up one of your leftover sweet potatoes, add some full-fat yogurt, add some honey and olive oil, blend, and apply! Leave this mixture on for about 20 minutes, then rinse!
2. Apple Hair Mask
Apple pie is a Thanksgiving Day classic. You can’t have Thanksgiving dinner without it! But, having leftovers isn’t always the best. Make the most of your apple pie leftovers and create a conditioning hair mask! Did you know apples are filled with Pyrus Malus? It’s an excellent way of helping hair retain moisture. Mask up some extra apples, add lemon juice or coconut oil, and rinse to reveal those luscious locks.
3. Pumpkin Hair Mask
We all love some pumpkin pie, right? But did you know how beneficial pumpkin is when creating long and strong hair? Pumpkin is full of enzymes that help exfoliate any surface it’s put on, including your scalp and hair. The winter season leads to a dry scalp which can lead to dandruff. If you have some leftover pumpkin pie that you aren’t sure what to do with, mash it up, add some coconut oil, and let it sit on your scalp and hair for 30 minutes. Rinse to reveal your smoothest hair yet!
4 . Apple Cider Vinegar Hair Rinse
Can you imagine that eating pumpkin pie has health benefits? Load up the pumpkin pie to your plate! Pumpkin is filled with nutrients such as vitamin A, potassium, iron, vitamin C, vitamin K, and vitamin E – pumpkin is a powerhouse ingredient, and who doesn’t love a big slice of pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving?!
Are you looking to reveal your most luscious hair? While there is always a DIY option, you can get fast results with iRestore hair products! With a wide variety of products to help grow thick, luscious hair, such as our Anti-Hair Loss Shampoo and Conditioner , you will grow your most beautiful hair yet!
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