Finally winter has ended and the sun has emerged (though probably not for long in England), but I’m still left with the dry and damaged hair that the winter elements have caused. Just like your skin, hair that needs some TLC could really benefit from using a weekly hair mask, below is a list of different best hair masks you can use for whatever your hair needs.
Although everyone knows that putting lots of dyes, bleach and chemicals onto your hair isn’t going to leave it particularly happy afterwards, that doesn’t stop us. If you often colour your hair, you definitely need to be putting on a hair mask to stop the colour from looking dull. Kérastase Reflection Masque Chroma Riche is specifically designed with Vitamin E and UV filters to bring back shine to your hair and stop possible colour damage that occurs from exposure to UV rays. This is definitely one of the top best hair masks that’s worth trying!
Despite how beautiful curly hair can be, it needs a lot of moisture to keep looking its best. Use Shea Moisture’s High Porosity Moisture-Seal Masque to release your curls thirst, as it contains mongongo and hemp seed oils to close the hair cuticles, so that moisture is locked into the hair shaft. All Shea Moisture products are paraben and phthalate free, so you know that your hair is getting the most natural care it can get.
Dreaming about getting your long hair back to it smooth and silky ways without having to get it cut? L’Oreal Elvive Dream Lengths Long Hair Mask is specifically designed for long hair that needs to revived back to its former glory. This mask enriched with vitamins, keratin and castor oil will make your hair smooth and silky, without breaking the bank. This is one of the most affordable of the best hair masks on the market!
No one ever wants to be worrying about a flaking scalp, so do yourself a favour and treat it in a quick and easy hair mask! The Paul Mitchell Tea Tree Hair and Scalp Treatment is a 3-5 minute hair mask that uses salicylic acid to help improve the texture of your scalp while soy proteins, vitamin E and shea butters re-hydrate your hair. All this and it leaves your hair with a lovely tea tree, peppermint and lavender scent.
While this hair type obviously doesn’t come under the dry hair type, greasy roots are still in need of attention. Using the L’Oreal Elvive Clay Oily Roots Pre Shampoo Mask will solve all your problems; with their mix of three clays in this mask it will extract the oil leaving you with cleansed and purified roots. Remember to apply this mask before you wet your hair, leave for five minutes, rinse then carry on with your hair washing routine. This is one of the best hair masks that is hydrating and reviving!
Which of the above best hair masks are you going to give a try? Let us know in the comments below!
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