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In winter, the super cold temperatures and central heating can leave your hair dry and damaged. To help keep your hair silky-smooth and frizz-free, there is nothing better than a hair mask. Keep a wide-tooth comb in your bathroom to distribute the mask evenly through your mid-length and ends to ensure you coat every strand. To give your hair masks a boost, cover your hair with a shower cap until time to rinse
My Hair Mask Picks
Briogeo Don’t Despair Repair
Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask works in as little as five minutes (we leave it on longer) to restore hydration. This mask is packed with tons of great ingredients including rosehip oil, argan oil, collagen, and silk to transform damaged hair. Plus it is free of silicones, DEA, and artificial dyes.
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Living Proof Restore Mask
Living Proof’s patented healthy hair molecule (OFPMA) restores damaged cuticles and moisture levels. strengthens hair, and protects from damage. Importantly, this mask is free of silicone.
Amika Soulfood Nourishing Mask
This Amika mask is formulated with a blend of jojoba oil and sea buckthorn oil. While the formula is super-rich, it does not weigh down hair.
Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3
This Olaplex product features bond-building technology, which relinks the broken bonds caused by chemical, thermal, and mechanical damage to the hair. Salons use Olaplex products for a reason. Now you can too.
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Raw Sugar Healing Power Hair Mask
This drugstore hair mask has all of the makings of a high-end mask you’d find at Sephora. Made with a bunch of good for your hair ingredients like avocado, banana, and coconut, this mask does not disappoint. Plus it is a drugstore option that is free of parabens, sulfate, and silicone.