DIY Hair Masks for Frizzy Hair

Frizzy hair is anyone’s nightmare. Did you know almost 95% endure frizz at some point in their lives? From DIY hair masks to commercial anti-frizz products, they’re ready to try it all.

Most confirm that frizz occurs even when using commercial products to control frizz. Frizzy hair is when hair is not aligned or smooth and makes styling or controlling your hair difficult.

Not just dry hair, almost everyone, irrespective of their hair type, would have experienced frizz-induced bad hair days. Let’s take a look at a few natural DIY hair mask recipes that are anti-frizz.

1. DIY Mayonnaise Hair Mask


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Ingredients You’ll Need

Mayonnaise – 1/4 Cup

Egg – 1

Honey – 1 Tbsp.

Coconut Milk – 1 Tsp.

How To Make

Whisk all the ingredients together.

It’s ready for use when fully combined.

Application and Rinsing Process

Apply the prepared hair mask using a hair coloring brush.

Start with your roots and go all the way to the tips.

Wrap your head with a shower cap and let it sit for 15 minutes.

Wash off with lukewarm water and then shampoo.

Use a shampoo comb while shampooing to get rid of any stuck hair mask.

Don’t forget to condition your hair before air drying.


You can also add Myrrh essential oil or any essential oil of your choice.

You can add a spoonful of your favorite carrier oil like olive oil, coconut oil, jojoba oil, etc.

2. DIY Honey Hair Mask


We all have lemon and honey with water or in different juice and love the taste. Do you know it’s great to combat frizz? Yes, honey’s hydrating and moisturizing properties, combined with vitamin C-rich lemon, can do wonders to combat wisps, flyaways, and frizz.

Ingredients You’ll Need

Lemon – 1

Honey – 3 Tbsps.

How To Make

Squeeze juice from one large lemon.

Add the honey to it and mix well to combine.

Application and Rinsing Process

Apply the mixture to your hair and scalp using a colouring brush.

You should apply this to wet or damp hair right after showering and conditioning your hair.

Wait for a few minutes before rinsing off.


You can also add a few drops of rose hydrosol to this mixture.

Honey and lemon make your hair shiny and brighter and enhance your highlights.

This mixture can make your hair a tad lighter, so check for results through patch tests before proceeding with the hair mask.

Add a spoonful of olive or coconut oil to this hair mask.

3. DIY Vegan Coconut Hair Mask

All you need is coconut milk for this mask, and you’re all set. Yes, it’s a one-ingredient recipe!

Ingredients You’ll Need

Coconut – 1/2

How To Make

Break open the coconut and remove the flesh from the shell.

Cut the flesh into small pieces and run it in your mixer grinder.

Add water to prepare the coconut milk once it’s shredded in your mixer.

Extract the juice and do it once more to get the second milk – add less water the second time so it’s fairly thicker.


Application and Rinsing Process

Apply the coconut milk (take as much as you need) on your hair and let it sit for a good 20 minutes or more.

You can apply it using a cotton ball or a colouring brush – depending on how thick the milk is.

Cover your head with a shower cap.

Wash off with a mild shampoo and condition your hair as usual.

Air dry your hair.


You can add honey to this recipe if you’re not vegan.

You can add any essential oil of your choice for added benefits.

You can use this once or twice a week.

4. DIY Vegan Apple Cider Vinegar Rescue

Apple Cider Vinegar Conditioning Rinse

This is more of a rinse than a hair mask, but it works wonders for your hair. Of course, the smell is off-putting, but don’t worry; it will go away soon. So, it’s worth a try and leaves you with shiny hair.

Ingredients You’ll Need

ACV – 1/4 Cup

How To Make

Nothing special; add 2 – 3 cups of water, and you’re all set.

Application and Rinsing Process

Slowly pour the apple cider vinegar rinse you’ve prepared on your hair and scalp. Diving your hair into small sections and pouring the sections alone makes sure you cover the entire scalp.

This is more like your final rinse, so you pour it on wet hair right after a shower, not dry hair. Wait for a few minutes before rinsing off.


You can use this rinse once a week.

This rinse is great for curbing oil levels if you have oily hair or a scalp.

5. DIY Yogurt Hair Mask


This is a very nourishing and moisturizing mask that gets rid of frizzy hair like nobody’s business. So, let’s get started.


Ingredients You’ll Need

Banana – 1

Yogurt – 1/4 Cup

Honey – 1 Tbsp.

How To Make

Take a ripe banana and chop it into smaller pieces.

Run it in your mixer for a fine paste.

Transfer to a mixing bowl and add yogurt and honey to it.

Whisk to combine.

Application and Rinsing Process

Apply the hair mask using a colouring brush evenly.

Cover your head with a shower cap and let it sit for a good 25 minutes.

Rinse off and comb through with a shampoo comb to get rid of any remaining banana.

Wash off and condition your hair.

Let it air dry and style as usual.


You can use this hair mask twice a week.

This hair mask will also help with hair growth and remove dry hair.

Add a spoonful of coconut or olive oil to this mask.


6. DIY Vegan Aloe Hair Mask

A simple but effective remedy, this removes frizz and keeps your hair shiny and healthy.

Ingredients You’ll Need

Aloe vera – 4 Tbsps.

Grapeseed Oil – 4 Tbsps.

How To Make

Nothing special – whisk to combine. Your mask is ready!

Application and Rinsing Process

Apply the prepared aloe mask using a colouring brush on your hair and scalp.

Cover your head and wait for at least 25 minutes.

Rinse off, shampoo, condition, and air dry.

Style as usual.


You can also use Jojoba oil, rosehip oil, argan oil, etc., instead of grapeseed oil in this hair mask. Choose the carrier oil for your homemade hair masks based on your hair and scalp type.

This mask will also help curb hair breakage, give you thick hair, penetrate hair follicles, and strengthen from within.

This mask not only softens rough hair but also gives you healthier hair.

Why Use a Homemade Hair Mask?

Homemade remedies are natural, free from harsh and harmful chemicals and additives, and give you healthier hair. It restores damaged hair, improves hair health, and is a way to pamper and strengthen your hair.

It’s affordable compared to store-bought solutions, and you know what goes in!

Healthy Ingredients for a DIY Hair Mask for Frizzy Hair

Many natural ingredients help combat frizz. If you’re preparing a home remedy for frizzy hair, one or more of these ingredients should be used for the best results.

Argan oil, macadamia oil, avocado oil, avocado, bananas, eggs, honey, ACV, coconut oil, yogurt, aloe vera, etc.



These are just a few home remedies you could try. There are many different remedies that help. Also, if you haven’t started DIYing, this is one of the easiest ways to get started!

Try out these home remedies and see how they work out for you. Don’t have time for DIYing? We have you covered with a broad range of products from Vitamins Revive. Do check out their store and see what products suit you best.

Do let us know how you like these natural solutions for frizzy hair and how they work for you. We love hearing from you all. So let us know your questions, concerns, feedback, or requests.