November 29, 2013 JennyTrout 6 Comments Jenny Tries: Banana Milkshake Hair Mask Posted in Uncategorized Jenny Tries: Banana Milkshake Hair Mask For November, I tried a banana milkshake hair mask. Possibly the most bizarre experiment yet. Did you enjoy this post? Trout Nation content is always free, but you can help keep things going by making a small donation via Ko-fi! Or, consider becoming a Patreon patron! Previous Post State of The Trout: Two Quick Things! Next Post The Big Damn Buffy Rewatch S02E07 “Lie To Me” JennyTrout View more posts Jenny Tries 6 Comments Avery Rose Ooh, I might have to try this one. I have fine, straight hair, so I shouldn’t end up with any fruit flakes. 🙂 November 30, 2013 |Reply faithbygrace wow…that is just bizarre! But considering how much a good conditioner costs, I may have to try it. 😀 November 30, 2013 |Reply Anonymous I fear I would just skip the hair and shove it in my mouth. December 1, 2013 |Reply Janine This reminds me of a hair mask recipe that I tried from YM magazine when I was 13 or so. It had bananas, oil, and a few other things too. I think I ended up ripping out about 20% of my hair by the time I was done getting that &*^% out of my hair! Of course, I didn’t have a well-written review such as this one to guide me. When I went to college, I remember drunkenly discovering that 2-3 of my friends had tried it too, to similar results. INSTABOND. December 1, 2013 |Reply cSzinegh Omg I want to try this so bad!! December 1, 2013 |Reply Kathleen Shimp (@KathleenShimp) So, basically this doesn’t sound like a great idea for someone with thick, wavy hair over three feet long. I’d need an entire bunch of bananas, and the resulting banana dandruff from that would probably be as bad as lake effect. And like others, I really run the risk of eating it instead of putting it in my hair. December 6, 2013 |Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Comment Name* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.