5 Hair Masks to Add to the Cart

We’re all for DIYing our beauty regimes and love to whip up a hair mask on a weekend, but the truth is, sometimes it’s just nice to leave it to the experts!

Today we’re looking at six must-have hair treatments that you can buy to get on your hair’s good side.


Screen Shot 2016-11-25 at 3.39.26 pm.pngHello Hair Hydrating Mask:

Hello Hair took off across Instagram and haven’t looked back. The chances are you’ve probably already jumped on the bandwagon but just in case you haven’t, here’s a few reasons why we love it!

It’s 100% natural and uses coconut oil, almond oil, argan oil, olive oil and castor oil to hydrate and replenish the hair naturally. It’s easily affordable and simple to get your hands on with their online store!

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Moroccanoil Hydrating Mask:

If you’ve jumped on the Moroccanoil train you won’t be getting off any time soon. It primarily uses argan oil to actively nourish the hair and leaves you with super shiny and soft locks!

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Peter Thomas Roth 24k Gold Hair Mask:

We’re suckers for anything shiny and gold, so we couldn’t help but get excited over this super luxurious hair mask! Not only will you be coating your hair in what feels like liquid gold, you’ll also be nourishing it with hydrating and anti-ageing properties which will help with elasticity and shine with each continued use.


LUSH Damaged Hot Oil Treatment:

Let’s face it, LUSH are the go-to for anything natural because they make such fun and beautiful products that just work. One of our faves is the ‘Damaged’ Hot Oil Treatment which comes in a solid form. You just add hot water and allow it to melt down and mix into a cream. It uses super nourishing and hydrating ingredients such as coconut oil, almond oil and avocado oil for luscious shine and replenished locks.

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Kerastase Masquintense in ‘Thick’ or ‘Thin’:

Kerastase have developed a deeply hydrating mask that has been specifically formulated in two different formulas. One is for thick hair which will not only get a boost of hydration but will also become more manageable. The ‘Thin’ formula replenishes fine locks without weighing it down and maintains volume.

What are your go-to hair masks on the market?

We love hearing your suggestions – we might just be adding a few more to our cart!

Main Image Credit: Hello Hair

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