How Often Should You Deep Condition Your Hair?Depending on your hair type, you want to deep condition your hair 1-2 times a week. If you have dry damaged hair, then try for twice a week. If not, then just deep condition your hair once a week, or even once every two weeks if you find that once-weekly makes your hair feel oily.
How Long Should You Deep Condition Your Hair?This also somewhat depends on the condition of your hair. And, it also depends on the product. Be sure to read the directions of your hair conditioner and follow them. If it says to keep it on for 30 minutes to 1 hour then try to stick to that. If it says to leave it on for 5 minutes then do that. Those directions highlight how the product works best.
The 7 Best Hair Masks for Dry Hair
Macadamia Natural Oil haircare line. All of their products add moisture back into your hair which is great for damaged hair, but the Macadamia Natural Oil Deep Repair Masque, in particular, is a miracle worker. This rich masque provides deep conditioning and nourishment that is so needed by damaged hair. Simply leave this conditioner on for 5 – 10 minutes and you’ll find that your hair feels silky smooth and healthier than ever.
Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair haircare line targets damaged and dry hair, for me, the Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair Hair Masque takes the cake. This conditioner contains Rosehip Oil, Algae Extract, B-vitamins, and almond oil which all help to strengthen hair while also making your hair look shiny and gorgeous. This conditioner is pretty lightweight so unlike many deep conditioners out there, you won’t find that your hair feels heavy or sticky after rinsing this mask out. It’s overall a great mask and really does just leave your hair feeling really soft, silky, and healthy.
Coco and Eve conditioner back in the summer and I have to say, I am such a fan. I had read a lot about this mask before trying it out and I am so glad that I did as it’s now one of my very favourite hair conditioners. This mask is super creamy and rich and it really coats your hair. They recommend you leave this mask on for 10 minutes, but usually, I’ll leave it on for an hour while I am doing housework and then rinse it out. I love how soft and silky this mask is, and I adore how it smells. This Coco & Eve Super Nourishing Coconut & Fig Hair Masque has coconut oil, which is supposed to add shine to your hair and strengthen it, as well as Fig and Shea butter which is supposed to moisturize, detangle, and smooth split ends and frizz. It comes with a little tangle teaser comb for you brush the conditioner through your hair which is quite unique, though I don’t always use it because I do worry about brushing my hair when wet since that is when it’s most fragile.
Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask is heavier and richer than the Weightless Mask I mentioned earlier. This is a deep DEEP conditioning treatment and it will seriously help your hair look and feel softer. Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask is an intense deep conditioner rich with shea butter, restorative proteins, and argan oil, which aims to help reverse the damage and restore your hair’s shine, luster, and health.
The 7 Best Hair Masks for Damaged Hair
The Best Hair Mask for Bleached Hair?In my opinion, all of these masks are the best hair masks for split ends and bleached/damaged hair. I actually started using nearly all these masks back when I really damaged my hair. The few hair masks that I’ve discovered more recently are truly wonderful for maintaining healthy hair after I lighten it. If you’re really focusing on repairing bleach damaged hair then I would start by using the Olaplex Hair Perfector No. 3 as it really does help repair your hair and make it stronger.
Best Deep Conditioner for Fine Hair?I have fine hair, but lots of it, and I’ve found all these masks have worked really well for me. Of course though, if you feel like you easily get piecy or stringy looking hair from hair masks then I’d go for one of the lighter masks, like the Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair Mask.
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What are your favorite hair masks for damaged hair? Let me know in the comments below!