CGS Beauty Picks: Hair Masks

What makes you feel more like a million bucks than healthy, shiny hair? Whether you get your deep conditioning from a salon or at home, healthy hair can bring you life! Since we savvy saving girls can’t justify weekly or bi-weekly salon visits, investing in a quality hair mask can give you replenished hair at home.  The CGS Team is sharing our beauty picks for hair masks! Every hair type is different, so be open to trying new things if something doesn’t work for you.

Obliphica Professional Seaberry Hair Mask

Infused with seaberry, a super-fruit that has been used for centuries for beauty and wellness, the Obliphica Professional Seaberry Hair Mask works to repair dry hair, replenish the scalp, and leave your hair moisturized long after use. The mask should be used weekly and left on hair for 2-5 minutes, however the longer you leave it on, the more powerful the ingredients become!

Ouidad Curl Recovery Melt-Down Extreme Repair Mask

Named an Allure Beauty Winner in 2013, Ouidad Curl Recovery Melt-Down Extreme Repair Mask provides a luxurious treatment for your hair.  The mask contains Ouidad’s CR-4 Repair Complex which helps rebuild damaged hair, provide extreme nourishment, and help minimize breakage.  The mask is gluten and paraben free, and sensitive enough for all hair types.

Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask

For under $6, you won’t find a better hair mask.  Neutrogena’s Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask contains olive extract to penetrate your strands, meadowfoam seed to lock-in moisture, and almond to coat each strand with a healthy sheen. This mask is perfect for hair that’s been colored, straightened, and overly-processed.

Rahua Finishing Treatment

If you are looking for an all-natural hair mask, look no further than Rahua Finishing Treatment.  The mask contains 100% organic ingredients including Rahua-Ungurahua Oil and Quinoa that provide a lightweight formula to repair hair and promote continued hair growth.  The product is light enough to be used after each wash!

 

Another great alternative to purchasing the above hair masks is making your own! Fresh fruits and oils can provide great nourishment for your hair. Read the DIY Hair Masks article for some do-it-yourself inspiration.  What hair masks work best for you? How often do you deep condition your hair? Post a comment below to share!

-The CGS Team

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