Why multi-masking is for your hair – not just your skin
Give those stressed strands a little lovin'
If you’ve only been using masks on your face, there’s a whole new
world of hair masks you need to discover. Given how different areas of
your hair have different needs, multi-masking is a
no-brainer and will leave you with a beautiful barnet for your troubles.
If your tresses are in dire need of some TLC, read on…
For an itchy scalp…
Calm things down with Philip Kingsley’s Exfoliating Scalp Mask (£18 Cult Beauty) with betaine salicylate, zinc and bioactive enzymes to nourish, rebalance and soothe. It works wonders on dandruff too.
Blitz those dry ends…
Using relaxer or straightening irons on a regular basis? Drench the fragile ends of your hair in Maui Moisture Strength & Anti-Breakage + Agave Hair Mask (£5.98 Superdrug), with rich honey, hibiscus and pineapple oil to prevent breakages.
To quench parched braids…
Cantu Shea Butter Tea Tree & Jojoba Hair & Scalp Oil (£5.29 All Shades Covered)
has an easy tube-shaped applicator lid, so you can run it around your
braids for a conditioning hit of shea butter, tea tree and jojoba oils.
And to care for curls…
John Frieda Frizz Ease Miraculous Recovery Deep Mask (£4.65 Superdrug) delivers a serious moisture hit, so curls and waves get their spring back. If you’re transitioning from relaxed to natural hair, it’ll keep those curls looking gorgeous as they grow through.