Saturday 21 May 2016

Hair Masks To Try

As someone with dry and damaged hair, finding a good hair mask is vital for the health of my locks. I've straightened, dyed and mistreated my hair for years, so treating my hair is something I like to do often. Today, I am introducing three of my go-to hair treatments that have all helped to thicken, grow and keep my hair healthy. 

The Lee Stafford Hair Growth Treatment* was one of the first masks I ever tried and several years on, I am still coming back to. It claims to reduce hair loss and promote hair growth, which it definitely does. After using this, I find my hair styles better as it continues to look glossy and smooth between washes. This high street offering comes in at £8.49; a bargain for such a luxe treatment, but I do find it doesn't last as long as my other products. 

I've made no secret of the fact that I love the Sachajuan Hair Repairmy go-to good hair in a bottle which is perfect for when my hair feels dehydrated, but I have limited time to treat it. I find 5 minutes is enough for this mask to get to work, locking in moisture and boosting my hair's texture. After using this, my locks are far more manageable and I don't feel like I need to spend hours brushing them. 

My hair often lacks in volume especially at the ends, so when I discovered the Ogario Restore and Shine Masque* I knew I had struck gold from the first wash. This thick mask has an almost balm-like texture to it, so it deeply nourishes the hair without weighing it down. Unlike the other hair masks in this line up, this one truly adds body to the ends of my locks so it's currently the one I reach for the most. 

What hair masks do you use?

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