5 Super Simple & Affordable DIY At-Home Hair Mask Ideas

While everyone is inside, you may be wondering how to make your own at-home hair mask.

Well, there are quite a few options you can choose that will definitely improve the whole aspect of your hair and will maintain it looking nice until you get to a salon.

Let’s check them out, shall we?

By the way, you may also love these 8 Luxurious At-Home Foot Masks to Buy or DIY!

While everyone is inside, you may be wondering how to make your own at-home hair mask. Don't worry, it's SO easy and cheap! Check out 5 we just love!

Super Simple & Affordable DIY At-Home Hair Mask Ideas

These at-home hair masks are SO easy to make, you’ll be amazed! We’ve also included video tutorials with different spins on each one. So, really, it’s more like getting 10different ideas! Let’s get started!

1. At-Home Hair Mask To Moisturize And Strengthen Your Hair

If you feel like your hair could be a lot more hydrated, then you can try this mask to give it a boost.

If you mix strawberries, egg yolk and olive oil, you will get a wonderful combination.

The strawberries have an anti-oxidant effect, while the egg yolk and olive oil will deeply nourish and hydrate your hair.

For this mask you will need:

  • One cup of strawberries
  • One egg yolk
  • Three spoons of olive oil

Related: Olive Oil Hair Masks

Simply make a puree out of the strawberries and then add the egg yolk and olive oil and mix them well. Apply it on your hair and wait for about 20 minutes before washing your hair.

You can also use this version:

2. At-Home Hair Mask To Remove Excess Oils

If you feel like your hair is producing excess oils, then this mask may be the right one for you.

All you need for this one are yogurt, apple cider vinegar and lemon. As the yogurt and apple cider vinegar will get rid of any oils, the lemon will act as an astringent that will refresh your scalp.

For this recipe you’ll need:

  • 1/2 cup of yogurt
  • 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon of lemon

You will want to mix these ingredients together and apply them on your hair for about 10 minutes.

You should keep in mind that lemon acts as a natural highlighter, and if you don’t want that, you should also add 2 teaspoons of water to the mixture.

Here’s another version to try, too!

Related: 5 Easy DIY Egg Whites Hair Mask Recipes

3. At-Home Hair Mask For Damaged Hair

It can be hard to find a good hair mask for damaged hair, but this one has everything it needs to help!

It contains honey that helps with the split ends, as well as avocado, bananas, brown sugar, yogurt and apple cider vinegar.

For this hair mask, you will need:

  • 1 tablespoon of banana puree
  • 1 tablespoon of avocado puree
  • 1 tablespoon of brown sugar
  • 1 tablespoon of yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar

Simply mix everything together in a bowl and apply it on your hair for about 20 minutes. When the time is up, simply rinse the mask off and wash your hair as usual.

Try getting Korean side bangs for a new look!

4. At-Home Mask For Longer Hair

If you are looking for an option to make your hair grow longer, then you should try this hair mask. The aloe vera will deeply moisturize your hair, while the cinnamon will stimulate your scalp for hair growth.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • 4 tablespoons of aloe vera gel
  • 1 teaspoon of cinnamon

Simply mix the ingredients together and then apply it on your hair for about 15 minutes before rinsing the mask and washing your hair. If you have oily skin, you can replace the cinnamon with a few drops of lemon juice and fix that problem first.

5. Vegan Coconut Oil Hair Mask- Just ONE Ingredient

While some of the masks above are totally vegan-friendly, I wanted to add one more option for you.

This one uses no animal by-products- not even honey.

What you’ll need:

  • Coconut oil, in solid form

Scoop out some solid coconut oil (if it’s super hot out, put it in the fridge for a bit), and slather it all over your hair. Really work it into the strands.

Let it sit for about twenty minutes, rinse thoroughly, then shampoo as usual.

Word of warning, it is challenging to rinse all of the coconut oil out of your hair, but it’s SO worth it!

Or, you can try this one below (how much do you love Brad? He’s so much fun to watch!):

We’re hoping that these at-home hair masks will really help you and your hair feel a lot better! They certainly made mine super soft!

What are your favorite at-home hair masks to make? Share below!

About Edith Russo

Edith is a self-made entrepreneur with a keen business sense that others admire and a total “can-do” attitude. She’s always coming up with new ideas to anticipate her readers’ needs and help solve all their toughest beauty and skincare problems. READ HER LATEST ARTICLES. FOLLOW HER on Linkedin and Twitter. Learn more about her HERE.