6 Curd Hair Masks For All Types Of Hair Problems

If you want healthy and lustrous hair, these DIY curd hair masks can be your go-to solution.

Published On Nov 29, 2022 | Updated On Mar 08, 2024


Our hair is one of the most admired parts of our body. A nice hairstyle can make or break a look. Hence, taking extra good care of it is imperative! These days, due to our hectic lifestyle we are not able to take time out for haircare and end up spending a bomb in fancy salons and products. But, we have a well-kept remedy that will do wonders for your hair and is inexpensive. Curd hair masks are underrated, readily available and won’t burn a hole in your pocket.

Benefits of a hair pack with curd:

Curd is said to be rich in lactic acid and this component helps in making hair stronger. It is also rich in protein that helps strengthen hair from the roots. It helps in clearing dead skin cells from the scalp and unclogs the hair follicles. Curd is also rich in vitamin B and zinc which is what our hair needs for hair growth and reduced hair fall.

Here are a few amazing curd hair masks that promote shiny and healthy hair


If you want to use curd for hair growth, this mask could work wonders. The curd will keep dandruff at bay and reduce hair fall. On the other hand, the egg will condition your hair by adding shine and lustre. All you have to do is bear the pungent smell of the mask and you are good to go!

How to Apply: Whip an egg and a few spoons of curd (depending on your hair length) together and apply it on your hair all over your scalp and roots. Use a mild shampoo on your hair after 20-30 minutes for best results.


This hair pack is perfect for all your issues related to the scalp. If you have dandruff, hairfall or an oily scalp, this curd hair pack should be your go-to. It provides the ultimate nourishment to your scalp.

How to Apply: You can buy amla or gooseberry powder from the market and mix a tablespoon of it with 3-4 spoons of curd. Apply it all over your hair and let it sit for 20 minutes before washing it off with a mild shampoo.


If you have dry hair and split ends, and are looking for a hair mask with curd, try this one. The banana pulp will help to moisturize and condition your hair thoroughly.

How to Apply: Take 1 ripe banana and mash it with a few spoons of curd. Apply it on your hair and roots for 20 minutes and shampoo it off with a mild cleanser.


This ayurvedic hair pack is truly magical. The fenugreek combined with curd makes hair look healthy and reduces all types of hair-related problems. You name the problem and this curd hair pack will deal with it.

How to Apply: Soak a spoon of fenugreek seeds with a few spoons of curd and leave it overnight. Blend it together the next morning and apply it to your hair for 30-40 minutes before washing it off with a mild shampoo.

If you have unhealthy hair or are exposed to pollution regularly, this is one curd hair pack that you should apply every week. The grams, when combined with curd, retain hair moisture and fight hair fall issues. This curd hair mask also strengthens hair from the roots.

How to Apply: Soak a handful of both the grams overnight, make a smooth paste of it the next morning and mix it with a few spoons of curd. Apply and leave it on for 20-25 minutes before washing it off with a mild shampoo.

If you are struggling with a case of horrible hair loss and bald patches, this one is especially for you. The camphor and onion juice will act as a double agent to solve your hair fall problems and the curd will help to moisturize your hair.

How to Apply: Mix curd and camphor in equal quantities and add some juice from an onion in it. Apply it on your hair for 20-30 minutes before washing it off with a mild shampoo.

All these curd hair packs are very helpful but they will only work if you have a healthy lifestyle and diet. You need to eat a lot of zinc, iron and biotin-rich foods and green vegetables. Along with that, you must work out, get adequate sleep and brush those knots every day.

Note: We recommend doing a patch test for the hair packs suggested here, before using them directly on your hair.

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