Looking for treatments that will make your hair more manageable without blowing through your budget? We’ve got some easy DIY masks and treatment that will help you tackle your hair woes in no time at all. Read on.

Hair Mask for Thinning Hair

If you have fine hair, you’ll need a hair mask that can strengthen your hair, while also making it look thicker – this DIY banana protein mask is a great option. All you need to do is blend at least two egg yolks, two bananas, three tablespoons of honey, two tablespoons of olive oil, and half a cup of your favorite conditioner, till it is a mush. Slather this thick hair mask on and leave it in for around 30 minutes. Once done, wash your hair with cool water. For the best results, repeat this each time you shampoo your hair.

Hair Mask for Brittle Hair

While brittle hair is a concern on its own, it can also increase hair breakage. Try this mask out for an easy fix – mix two egg yolks with a few drops of lemon juice (to lessen the odor of the eggs) and apply it to your hair from root to tip. Let it sit for at least an hour and wash it off.

Hair Mask for Frizzy Curls

Rather than fight your hair’s natural texture, use a hair mask that will help you enhance your curls while keeping it hydrated. This easy hair mask requires you to mix a half cup of maple syrup or molasses, four tablespoons of honey, a quarter cup of olive oil, half cup of water, two bananas, two tablespoons of all-purpose flour, and four tablespoons of lemon juice. Mix these ingredients together till the mixture is lump-free, and evenly apply it to your hair. Once done, cover up your hair and let it sit for 45 minutes.

Hair Treatment for Damaged Hair

Damaged hair can be frizzy and brittle. You’ll need an intensive overnight mask for the best results. What you’ll need to do is take a tablespoon (or two) of coconut oil, warm it in your microwave, and massage into your hair. Wear a shower cap before you go to bed. In the morning, wash your hair – you’ll notice an instant difference!

Hair Treatment For Limp Hair

If your concern is flat hair, you need a mask that can boost volume. While volumizers can do the job, for a quick, DIY fix, lightly mist your roots with starch and then blow-dry. Once done, style your hair the way you normally do.