Home Made Hair Masks


Soften a large chunk of coconut cream in your hands and massage into hair. Wrap your head in a warm towel and leave it on for an hour. Wash out with a gentle shampoo.

Egg mask

Beat two full eggs with 2 tablespoons of water. Apply to clean, damp hair, massaging in well. Leave for 10 – 15 minutes and then wash out with mild shampoo.


Banana smoothie for hair – not for drinking!

Mix 1 mashed banana, 1 full egg, 3 tablespoons of honey, 3 tablespoons of milk and 5 tablespoons of olive oil. Make sure it’s well combined and then apply to hair. Leave for 15 – 30 minutes and wash out with a gentle shampoo.

Yogurt hair mask

Separate an egg and beat the white until it’s foamy. Mix with 6 tablespoons of natural yogurt. Massage into the hair and leave for 15 – 30 minutes. Wash out with a very mild shampoo.

Avocado hair mask

Mash the flesh of one ripe avocado. Add 1 tablespoon of honey and 2 tablespoons of olive oil. Mix until creamy and then apply to your hair. Leave for 20 minutes and then wash out with a gentle shampoo.

Olive oil hair mask

Whisk up 5 tablespoons of olive oil – it doesn’t matter which sort – with 2 full eggs. Massage thoroughly into your hair and then cover it with plastic wrap or a shower hat. Your body heat will help the oil to penetrate. Leave for a minimum of 30 minutes and then shampoo out, rinsing well.

Honey and Olive oil mask

Mix 3 tablespoons of olive oil with 2 tablespoons of honey. Apply to your hair and wrap your head in plastic film or put on a shower hat. Leave for at least 30 minutes and then shampoo as usual, rinsing well.

Banana and almond mask for dry, damaged hair

Mash a ripe banana and add a few drops of almond oil. Mix well and massage into your hair. Leave for 15 – 30 minutes. Wash out with gentle shampoo.

Milk and honey mask

Mix a tablespoon of honey in half a cup of full fat milk. Apply to your hair and leave for 15 minutes. Wash out with a mild shampoo.

(source: hairstylecity.com)

DIY teabags

How could it be otherwise the wonderful team of Love Mae, provides us with a useful and charming tutorial to create these lovely tea bags, using their lovely textures and surprising everyone with an exquisite tea set at home.

DIY teabags

Glitter confetti bags

These small bags covered with glitter could not be easier to do and is that instead of filling them with rice and throw it at the bride and groom, let’s make rain confetti colors. At Oh Lovely Day you’ll find the instructions to make and customize your own and cover the skies with colorful drops that do not wet!

Glitter confetti bags

Wine bottle light

Wine bottle light

  1. Wash and remove all stickers from the bottle (if desired).
  2. Place a piece of tape on the area you want to drill, so the drill bit will remain more stable.
  3. Put on gloves and glasses and start drilling. Do not make a lot of pressure to not break the glass. Be patient because it takes a little bit!
  4. Wash the bottle and let dry.
  5. Gradually introduce the Christmas lights through the hole … and ready to decorate and surprise!


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Camera strap

Decorative, functional and fashion: from now our camera would be an element of the set of our wardrobe thanks to the great idea of Brittany ​​for Laura Ashley where a simple scarf makes tether function, providing a fun and original touch while convenient and comfortable. Let’s do it!

Camera strap