If the summer heat is on your hair and making it rough and dry, turn to hair masks for a boost of hydration. It’s a slight tweak in your routine, but it will be a game changer in overall hair health. So what’s the deal with hair masks? It’s care made practical.
Conditioner vs Mask
“Conditioner usually works on the outer layer of the hair, and the texture is usually light. The masks penetrate deep into your hair and heal damage from within, resulting in strong, nourished hair,” says Maleeha Jafferbhoy, Director of the style at Jean Claude Biguine. , Spa and salon. They are formulated with hydrating oils, butter and other nourishing ingredients, which give your hair a boost of hydration. “If your hair feels dehydrated and rough after a beach vacation or prolonged exposure to the sun, hair masks could be a game-changer in your hair care routine.
How to use a hair mask?
Shampoo your hair. Towel dry hair to remove excess water. Apply mask from mid-lengths to ends. For salon-worthy results, detangle your hair using a detangler like a damp brush, recommends Jafferbhoy. Leave on for 10 to 20 minutes depending on how dry your hair is. Rinse with cold water instead of lukewarm water as this helps seal the cuticles.
When not to use a hair mask?
Not all good things are for everyone. Masks are heavy in texture and can weigh hair down if extremely thin or thin.
Ahead, read our selection of hair masks to hydrate dull, dry hair stressed out by the summer.
K18 Molecular Repair Leave-In Hair Mask
This leave-in treatment mask features breakthrough patented peptide technology. Clinically proven to reverse damage in less than four minutes. Replace your usual conditioner with K 18, especially if you suffer from dry and dull ends. The product’s ease of application and hassle-free nature give it new-era cult status.