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How to Remove Banana From Hair in 5 Simple Steps

How to Remove Banana From Hair in 5 Simple Steps

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Trying to figure out how to remove banana from hair? I’ve got you covered!

You guys know my love and blind faith in banana hair masks. I always recommend applying banana mask especially if you have frizzy, weak and damaged hair with split ends. I sometimes make some changes and whip up banana and egg mask for damaged hair too.

If like me, you too are a bit lazy to read the entire post to find out that you need to strain the mask well with a muslin cloth before applying it on your hair otherwise these little banana bits test your patience really badly. It’s okay I cheat too while reading 😉

And ever since I started my Reader’s query section, I get almost 10 emails every week, where you guys applied the banana hair mask without straining well and now wondering how to remove banana from hair.

Hence I decided its time to share with you guys a detailed 5 step method to remove banana from hair.

How To Remove The Banana From Hair: A Step By Step Guide

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I have been there. It is one of the biggest oops, I am screwed moment.

The first time I tried banana and honey hair mask I did the same mistake. I applied the mask without straining and the banana bits just fell so much for my hair they just wouldn’t let go.

I spent more than an hour in the bathroom struggling to remove those stupid and irritating banana bits from my hair. That’s when I did these three things which worked for me to get rid of banana bits from my hair.

1. Rinse it well

Yes I know you must be thinking that Nimisha I am not stupid I know how to rinse well. Don’t you think I tried that already by now?

So before you freak out let me clarify that by rinse well I mean keep your hair under running water and using a wide tooth comb try to remove the banana chunks out of hair.

2. Apply Your Conditioner

Just apply a generous layer of hair conditioner on your hair to make sure to avoid your scalp. Now let the conditioner stay for 5minutes and again repeat the process by using a wide tooth comb rinse banana chunks out of your hair.

3. Use A Clarifying Shampoo

Clarifying shampoos help to lighten the grip of the stubborn banana chunks which your regular shampoo might not.

A good clarifying shampoo will actually reduce the effect of your banana mask but as they say desperate times desperate measures.

The clarifying shampoo will definitely help you remove banana from hair especially those lil stubborn bits. Just apply a good clarifying shampoo, leave it on for 2 minutes and slowly use your fingers or comb again to remove banana bits while rinsing it with water.

4. Use A Fine Tooth Comb

I am usually against using the fine tooth comb but for removing the banana bits from hair, trust me it’s a must.

After you wash your hair with a good clarifying shampoo, apply your conditioner again. And when your hair is soaked in conditioner, slowly start combing your hair with that fine tooth comb. Do this in the shower too as water would make it much easier for the comb to move and remove banana bits more easily.

5. Do An ACV Rinse

This one again helps to get the remaining pieces to come off a bit more easily. Take equal parts of acv and water, I prefer taking 2 tsps of each and pour it on your hair and leave it like that for 2-3 minutes and wash your hair with just water. You can read more about detailed hair rinse method here.

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  • Co-washing works too: This one is probably the best thing to do. Just apply your conditioner, leave it for 5 minutes and then shampoo with conditioner still in your hair. Then rinse it with normal water.

I am sure you will feel much better now that those stubborn banana chunks are out of your hair.

From next time definitely make sure to strain your homemade hair masks before you let it touch your hair. Be it banana hair mask or avocado hair mask or any natural homemade hair mask, skipping straining the mask can cost you a lot of time and test your patience really badly.

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Or you can use any of these ready-to-use banana hair masks on the market:

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Over To You

how to remove banana chunks out of hair

Lets summarize:

To remove banana from your hair follow these steps:

  • Rinse your hair with water while using a wide tooth comb and remove as many banana chunks as you can but be gentle.
  • Then use a good hair conditioner and a wide tooth comb and rinse your hair. 
  • Follow up with a good clarifying shampoo and then condition you hair again and make sure you use either a wide tooth comb or your fingers and be gentle while you are removing banana from hair.
  • Then using a fine tooth comb and rinse your hair with just water to get rid of smallest banana particles from your hair. And finish off with a ACV rinse that will remove all the remaining banana chunks from your hair. 

Hope you find this post useful.

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Aafreen

Friday 18th of September 2020

Thanku so much my daughter is in super mess cz f ds pack really thanku fir saving me

SW

Friday 13th of December 2019

OMG! I decided in all my brilliance this is what my daughter needed. She's growing her hair out and I'm trying to find ways to give it managability and strength. Waited 20 minutes....then spent an hour washing while trying to remain calm LOL!! Her hair would have turned into a dessert if I hadn't found your page! Thank you!

Nimisha Popat

Wednesday 25th of December 2019

I am glad you found it helpful. :)

N

Saturday 15th of June 2019

This really helps. I am a mess right now

Laila

Friday 7th of June 2019

Thank you somuch forsharing

Pissed babe

Wednesday 5th of June 2019

Girl you saved my hair today. I am never tryin banana mask again in life

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