Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair: DIY

Hello sweetie-pies,

I have seen a lot of people telling that due to some reasons they cannot use eggs at home and most of them miss out on the main protein that egg gives but I am up with an alternative which will be equally healthy for your hair. I was using this pack for a month back because shraavan month was going on and I did not wanted to get eggs at home being a gujju but I was enjoying the omelettes and stuff outside the house lol. So let’s see how to make one of the easiest hair masks.

Ingredients needed:
• 1 whole banana
• Half a cup of milk
• Crusher
• Honey
• Olive oil


ingredients for banana hair mask

Step 1: Peel of the banana and make some pieces and put them into a steel bowl or container.

Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair DIY (1)

Step 2: Take the milk cup and pour the milk into the container in order to make a paste.

Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair DIY (2)

Step 3: Now take an electronic crusher and crush the milk and banana together to make a thick paste. I would suggest to crush the mixture with an electronic mixer because if you crumple them with your fingers it is going to stick to your hair and would be a hard time removing the banana residue to keep in mind to make a good thick paste.

Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair DIY (3)

Step 4: Now as you can see the banana and milk blend is ready. Basically if you brain-storm you have made a banana milkshake but do not drink it guys we still have some more ingredients to put in.

Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair DIY (4)

Step 5: Now take olive oil and add 2 spoons to the mixture. Olive oil will not only make the hair smooth and give shine but will also help to repair damaged and dry hair.

Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair DIY (5)

Step 6: Now put in 2 spoons of honey too and you already know the greatest benefits of honey so will not elaborate on that part. Now mix the mixture well and you are ready to go. Now apply the mixture from scalp to roots either with a hair colour brush or with your fingers and wear a shower cap so that you do not ruin your clothes or your house.

banana hair mask (2)


banana hair mask (1)

Some more tips:

• You can also steam your hair if you have time but only for two to three minutes or else the paste will start leaking off.
• If you think that the paste is too runny to apply, add 2 pieces of banana more.
• The alternative to this mask is putting eggs instead of banana and yogurt instead of milk along with honey and olive oil.
I hope you liked this DIY of mine.. Apply this pack atleast once in a week to get healthy hair and also this pack will give you instant softness, smoothness and shine. So just grab the ingredients from your kitchen and go ahead with it..!!

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37 thoughts on “Banana Hair Pack for Healthy Hair: DIY

  1. wow useful DIY Saloni 🙂
    I don’t like using egge being a veggie , so I am gonna try this asap *happy dance* *happy dance*

    1. Your welcome Soumya *woot* *happy dance* thats the reason i made thos diy especially for those people who cant use eggs *powder* *happy dance*

    1. Your welcome dripti *happy dance* *pigtail* i m all good ..happie happie and what about you?? 🙂 yes do try it n let me know how did it work for you *happy dance* *happydance*

    1. *thankyou* *thankyou* very much Parmita *woot* *shy* yes curd will give you an even more thick nice paste *pigtail* *powder*

  2. once i used this hair pack nd got stuck into my hair *pan* bt lucky got rid of it .it gave me a smooth shiny hair *happydance* even my sis said “your hair is smoothnd silky” *pompom* *pigtail* bt i substituted olive oil with coconut oil

    1. Awwww nisita that is the reason i have mentioned do not crush it with fingers and crush it only with an electronic crusher and was hair with cold water only *happy dance* *happydance* and yes you substitute oluve oil with any oil you want *pigtail*

    1. Your most welcome Neha di *woot* *happydance* yes eeekend is the best time na to try such packs *pigtail* n dont forget to crish the banana completely or it will be a great mess *haan ji*

    1. My pleasure sweetie *puchhi* do try it but keeping the points in mind and you will get silky shiny hair *pigtail* *pigtail* *happy dance*

    1. I know Ta i was also thinking that for the first time i tried this *haan ji* but if the bananas are fully crushed and you shampoo your hair twice with cold water then i don’t think bananas will be an enemy *hihi* *hifive* *hifive*

    1. Awwww you welcome Monika *hifive* *happydance* *happy dance* yes i feel this will be the best substitute for eggs although the proteins are less in bananas but still we can manage right *hihi* *happy dance*

      1. I dint remember abt using cold water *waaa* n my hairs were mess!!! Had to wash dem again!!! 😀 bt aftr another wash my hairs were super soft!!! *hifive* *thankyou* *jai ho* n saloni m a fan of ur posts too!!! 😀 *puchhi*

        1. Awww your most welcome Monika *happy dance* *happy dance* i don’t know but hot water doesn’t suit this hair pack only so its worthy to go for cold water *happydance* *happydance* i had the same scenario for the first time when i dint exactly know which water to use *hihi* *hihi*

    1. Ummm anything ranging between 20-40 minutes *hifive* *happydance* depends upon how much time do you have *happy dance* but half an hour will be fine *hifive*

    1. Hiie kookie *hifive* *thankyou* *thankyou* very much *happydance* yes first rinse of all the pack with water and then shampoo once because there is a possibility that the banana residue might not go off with plain water *haan ji* *haan ji*

  3. I have always been a fan of this blog. But today i am commenting for the first time. 😛
    This pack seems to be very useful for me, since I have dry hair 🙁
    M gonna apply it today itself !!! 😀

    1. Ohhh i should say welcome then *happy dance* *happy dance* *hifive* me too a bg fan *happydance* *happydance* yeah it will give shine and smoothness… but keep in mind… the banana should be fully crushed, wash off with cold water and then shampoo *pigtail* *pigtail* good luck *happy dance*

      1. Though I had a hard time cleaning my hair, but the result is great. My hair is actually feeling soft and very feather like. 😀 😀 O:)
        But my fingers have become a little rough and dry. :/

        1. Yaaa i know yaaa the same with me *haan ji* *haan ji* hard time cleansing my hair with all that banana residue *hifive* but i could commpromise that for the result *pigtail* *pigtail* *hifive*

  4. Hey Saloni.. tried this mask at home yesterday!! can’t tel you how usefull it was.. *jai ho* *jai ho* my hair has become so soft now.. i’m loving it.. thanks for this amazing DIY *happy dance* *happy dance*

    1. Awwww Pria thats great *woot* *woot* you made me really happieeeee *hifive* *hifive* i am sooo glad my diy helped you *pompom* *pompom* your most welcome will keep posting such useful stuff *hifive*

    1. Lol yes sans olive oil rofl yes drink it and apply it *happy dance* *happy dance* try it yourself once when you prepare a banana milkshake *hifive* *hifive*

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