October 10, 2016
4 must try hair masks for dry, damaged hair

Now that summer is officially over and fall is here, it’s time for some hair care. I personally love to use coconut oil as a hair mask but if I want a deeper and stronger mask that will hydrate and moisture my dry and sun damaged hair, I’d go for a store-bought mask.

Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Hair Mask

This is a fantastic product, that not only works wonders but smells amazing. Use it once or twice per week after shampooing and keep it in for 10 to 30 minutes. I prefer a deep hydration, so I usually leave it for 30 minutes. It leaves your hair soft, moisturized and shiny. One of the greatest things about this mask is that it’s free of parabens, sulfates, and silicones. ~ $36

Moroccan Oil Intense Hydrating Mask

I am a huge fan of Moroccan Oil hair products including this hydrating hair mask with argan oil, which is fantastic for hair. Argan oil is full of Vitamin E and antioxidants which help with healthy hair growth. This magical oil also is ideal for taming frizzy hair. I can go on and on about the benefits of argan oil, but I’ll end it here. Overall I find the Moroccan Oil Hydrating Mask perfect for medium to thick hair like mine. ~ $8-43

Arvazallia Hydrating Argan Oil Hair Mask and Deep Conditioner

Speaking of argan oil, I have to mention this hair mask. It smells amazing, and it leaves my hair silky, smooth and incredibly soft. Since this is a deep conditioning mask, it will work better on thick, dry, and damaged hair. It’s stronger than the rest of the products I mentioned so if your hair is thin, this mask might be a bit too much for you. ~ $13

Coconut Oil Hair Mask

Another great mask that deeply conditions, moisturizes and conditions while adding shine and hydration to damaged hair. It has a sweet coconut smell and is rich in vitamin E. ~ $15

Have you tried any of these hair masks before? What do you think?Which one is your favorite?


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