3 Hair Clay Masks to Mix at Home


Clay masks are known to clump kinks, coils and curls. So today we’re sharing 3 clay masks you can mix with our clay mix. Choose one depending on your hair needs. It only takes about 10 mins to mix the masks up. Use wooden, glass or plastic utensils to mix the clay masks together. If you use metal the charge from the clay will be neutralized and the mask will be less effective in detoxifying your hair.

Pro Tip: You can use the resulting clay mask on your face and neck too. It will leave you with silky smooth skin.

Hydrating Mask (with Honey and Aloe Vera)

For this mask you will need:

  • Glass or plastic bowl (NO METAL)
  • Spoon or whisk (NO METAL)
  • 100 ml Aloe Vera Juice (approx. ¼ cup)
  • 3 tbsp Honey
  • 140 g KCL – Cosmetics Clay Mix (approx. 2/3 cup)

Mix the honey with the aloe vera juice (you can also just use water). Then mix them into the clay mix while stirring. Stir until a paste is formed. Add more aloe vera juice or clay depending on the consistency you wish. Double the amount of each ingredient if you have longer or thicker hair.

Honey:

Is a natural Humectant that will draw moisture into your hair strands.

Aloe Vera Juice:

Promotes shine and moisture while also preventing hair loss and dandruff.

KCL – Cosmetics detox clay mix:

Clumps coils and detoxifies hair strands removing it from dirt and product buildup.

Detox Mask (with Rose Water)

For this mask you will need:

  • Glass or plastic bowl (NO METAL)
  • Spoon or whisk (NO METAL)
  • 100 ml Rose Water (approx. ¼ cup)
  • 140 g KCL – Cosmetics Clay Mix (approx. 2/3 cup)

Mix the rose water into the clay mix while stirring. Stir until paste is formed. Add more rose water or clay depending on the consistency you wish.

Rose Water:

Stabilizes hair’s pH balance while repairing hair’s damaged porosity. You will find rose water in almost every Indian shop.

Protein Mask (with egg and banana)

For this mask you will need:

  • Glass or plastic bowl (NO METAL)
  • Spoon or whisk (NO METAL)
  • 100 ml Water (approx. ¼ cup)
  • 1 Egg
  • 1 ripe Banana
  • 40 KCL – Cosmetics Clay Mix (approx. 1/3 cup)

Mash the ripe banana until it forms a thick paste. Add the egg and mix well. Add in the water until everything is mixed together. Lastly, mix in the clay mix little at a time into the paste until everything is mixed well into each other.

Egg:

Acts as a temporary protein treatment. Due to the long protein chains it only coats the hair. If you have f.e. hydrolyzed wheat protein at home, it will be more effective in filling in cuticle gaps.

Banana:

Combats frizzy hair.

How to Use the 3 Clay Mask

Start from the tips of your hair and work the clay up to your scalp. Apply the clay mask on your scalp. Leave it on for approx. 30 min. Rinse clay mask off by using preacher hands downwards to prevent unnecessary frizz. For ultimate definition style hair with a curling custard while still dripping wet.


Which one of the clay masks above is your favorite? Leave a comment down below and share your experiences.


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