Wednesday, March 23, 2011

A Cheap Alternative to Those Expensive Hair Masks


Hair masks can really help improve the overall health of your hair, but why do they have to cost so much? Hot olive oil hair treatments can give you the same results at a much cheaper price. This is a super fun, easy, cheap, and relaxing project. The compliments you'll get will be even better!

Things you'll need:
Several tablespoons of olive oil (depending on the length of your hair)
Hair or shower cap (optional)

Steps:
1. Heat up the olive oil in a mug or other microwave safe dish
2. Take small handfuls of olive oil and massage into your hair and scalp
3. Put on your shower cap
4. Leave in for at least 30 minutes
5. Shampoo and rinse well (you can condition as well if you want)
6. Prepare for amazingly soft hair!


15 comments:

TV's Take said...

Really, I never knew these actually worked. Thanks for the tip and thanks for the follow. Now following you back. BTW: when I clicked on your name/link it had said you hadn't made your profile public yet - just thought you'd like to know.

Miso Glamorous said...

Love it!!! I use plive oil as a deep conditioning treat also. Thank you very much for visiting and i'm very happy to follow you.
Naomi

LaVonne @ Long Wait said...

Great info. Thanks. I also shared your link on Twitter so more can benefit.

Blessings!

lovinangels said...

Oh, yeah...this works totally great! If you have a flaky scalp you should do a vinegar rinse before you shampoo and do the mask.

Nikki said...

Thanks for the alternative I will be trying this. Also, thanks for the follow and it is my pleasure to follow you back!

Marie C. said...

Great idea! Thank you for the suggestion. And thanks for stopping by my blog earlier this evening. I'm a new follower of you, too. :-)

CreativeMama said...

Thanks for the tip. i have dandruff can i still go ahead with this?

Thanks for stopping by and following my blog about sewing & pattern making Adithis Amma Sews

Opal Stevens said...

Hey Adithis,

If you have dandruff, I would suggest this recipe:

2 egg yolks(beaten well)
1/2 cup apple cider vinegar
1/3 cup olive oil

but, you don't want to heat up this recipe. Hope that helps :D!

~ Opal

Twingle Mommy said...

Thanks for the great tip and for stopping by my blog!

Emreen said...

Opal... This is a great tip... Guess I can try this on my own rather than spending money on expensive treatments...!!!

The Old Block House said...

This works wonders! We used to put olive oil in a ziploc and set it in hot water to warm up. After the oil is warm, you can snip off an end of the baggy and use this to dispense on your hair.

Diane said...

Thanks for the tip! I will certainly try it out. Thanks for visiting my site. I am your newest follower on google.

AdventuresFrugalMom said...

visiting from alexa blog hop and also a new follower
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are you dressing up or dressing down said...

what a great idea, thanks for sharing.

Helen, X
http://areyoudressingupordressingdown.blogspot.com

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