Sometimes it may feel that the world is working against our hair games. Especially in the winter with extreme weather, indoor heating, heat damage (not to mention hate hair) everyone dries out our hair, which makes our hair fuzzy and fluffy. That is why you need to introduce a weekly hair mask in your regimen to hydrate, approach and restore your hair. Here's a summary of our ride or die hair masks, from DIY masks to luxe splurges and drug stores, there's a mask for everyone – you're literally no excuse!
The Ultimate Restorative Mask
This Kiehl s Olive Fruit Oil Deep Repairative Hair Pack mask will restore even the most crispy hair. Initially inspired by completely natural DIY masks, it will assume your lock, moisturizes the hair fibers by restoring moisture levels. It contains avocado oil and olive oil, rich in fat and amino acids that will restore shine, which makes your hair look smooth AF. If you regularly heat your hair, this mask is a must.
How to use: Apply it to clean, shampooed hair, pay attention to the ends of the hair. Leave the mask on your hair for five minutes (or more), then wash thoroughly and follow conditioner.
Shop this, $ 25.
Moisturizing DIY Mask
This mask is fast and easy, and it literally bursts with healthy hair vitamins, minerals and fatty acids. Coconut oil will approach the scalp and detox sebum structure while the argan oil hydrates and strengthens the hair follicle. Peppermint oil is one of our fava hair treatment ingredients because it has antibacterial properties, increases the scalp's health and can even help keep dandruff into sewers. You can even add two or three drops of peppermint oil to your bottle of shampoo to get the benefits every time you wash your hair.
2 tablespoons coconut oil
2 tablespoons argan oil (supplement with olive oil or canola about argan is not available)
2-3 drops peppermint essential oil, or lavender oil
Beat the four ingredients together. Apply the mask evenly over towel-dried hair, paying special attention to the ends of your hair. If you suffer from dandruff or dry scalp, work the mixture also in the roots. Cut your hair up (so you do not get oil everywhere) and cover with a shower cap. Allow the mask to sit for 30 minutes before rinsing with your daily shampoo and conditioner.
Top Tips: If your hair is thick or far, do not hesitate to double the ingredients so that you have enough.
The On-Go Hair Savior
We do not think there will be a time when Jen Atkin is not coming through for us. This gel formula is packed with proteins and natural ingredients like artichoke extract to seal the hair cuticle and protect it from future injuries. Each mask is in its own bag so you can keep it with you while on the go – you literally think of everything!
How to use: You can apply this mask to wet or dry hair, and you can sleep in it overnight. Make sure you wash it thoroughly with shampoo after use. Jen recommends applying it to the hair before exercise so that your hair absorbs heat and moisture in the air.
Buy this, $ 32.
Must have for colored hair
Everybody in the hair industry swears at Olaplex Hair Perfector. You may have heard the word whispering on your salon of your color or Kim K, who uses this treatment every week. It is a professional hair treatment that provides the right to chemical treatments by relinquishing the broken bonds caused by bleaching and hair color. But do not worry, it's not just your own salon treatment because the brand has now created a product that contains the most important active ingredients to keep your hair fresh at home as well. For the full three-step treatment, the first two steps can be done in the salon, and then finish the third (and optional fourth and fifth) at home.
How to use: Apply a generous amount of towel-dried hair and leave the formula in the hair for 10-15 minutes, followed by shampoo and conditioner.
Shop this, $ 31.
This L & # 39; Oral Extraordinary Oil Nourishing Masque Balm has been a favorite of us for many years! It contains six different flower extracts, including rose, lotus and chamomile, to make your hair smell good and of course, feel super soft.
How to use: Apply on shampooed hair, focus on ends and let on for 3-5 minutes (do not need to be followed by balm). Do it 1-2 times a week.
Buy this, $ 5.
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The All-Natural DIY Avocado mask
This DIY contains all three of our go-to DIY ingredients, which you probably already have in your kitchen! Coconut oil can help prevent hair loss or hair loss, as it is a rich source of lauric acid. Olive oil will add weight and moisture to the hair that helps tame escape routes and prevent splashed ends from being formed – you can even heat a drop in your palms and slide it over dry hair, just make sure you apply a small drop, otherwise it could end up looking oily!
1/2 avocado, pitted
2 tablespoons of coconut oil
2 tablespoons olive oil
Melt the coconut oil in a bowl and mix in the olive oil. Mix the avocado all the way until it's smooth (you can use a food processor, but be sure to just pump it). Add the mask to clean the hair and wind up with a plastic bag or shower cap. Let it sit for 30 minutes before washing your hair with shampoo and conditioner.
Let us know if you love hair masks in the comments below, or if you are a hair mask novice.