My top 3 best hair masks
Hair masks are the hair products that I buy the most after natural hair oils. Why? Simply because I love the different benefits they bring to natural hair. They have the particularity of meeting the two primary needs of healthy hair: hydration and nutrition. Indeed, they are known to deeply nourish, moisturise, soften, strengthen, protect, or revitalise the hair. It’s, therefore, essential to integrate hair masks into your hair care routine. The 3 hair masks that I will introduce to you are a mixture of moisturising, nourishing, and strengthening masks. Here are they:
Creme of Nature Argan Oil, Strengthening Milk Mask
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Creme of nature presents it as a curl repairing deep treatment perfect for dry hair, transitioning hair, and damaged curls. The mask contains a formula that is rich in nourishing ingredients with Moroccan Argan oil as a central component. It promises nourishing, fortifying, restorative, and hydrating virtues. It also guarantees to soften and strengthen the hair and to bring shine.
This is without a doubt my favourite hair mask. It fulfils all its promises mentioned on its packaging. It makes my hair extremely soft and makes it easier for me to detangle. I also find that when I use this product, my hair retains the hydration much better and my curls are well defined. Thanks to its creamy texture, the mask is easy to apply, and I also appreciate that it doesn’t contain parabens, sulphate, mineral oils, and petrolatum.
Although its smell is pleasant, I find it a little strong at times. I also think it could be produced in larger quantity than 11.5 oz.
Creme of Nature Professional Nourishing and Strengthening Treatment
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This hair mask is sold as an excellent nourishing and revitalising treatment for damaged, weak, or stressed hair. Its formula is enriched with jojoba, olive and coconut oils, shea and cocoa butter, and wheat proteins. It’s a composition that allows it to promise to nourish, repair, strengthen, and moisturise the hair. This nourishing and revitalising treatment also claims to protect the hair against thermal and chemical stress.
My hair is crazy about this mask! Its scent is really pleasant, and its texture is light and creamy. It makes my hair super soft, elastic, and easy to detangle. I like the fact that it’s composed of several natural hair oils and butter because it allows it to be very nourishing and strengthening. I also appreciate the fact that this product is sold in a generous quantity (15 Oz). After each use, my hair is silky, and my curls are bouncy.
The presence of lanolin in its formula. Lanolin is a derivative of cholesterol, and can sometimes cause allergies, redness, and itching on the scalp.
Creme of Nature Pure Moisture Honey Replenish & Strength Hair Mask
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It’s presented as a replenishing hair mask for hydration restoration. This mask is ideal for dry and damaged hair. It’s enriched with pure honey, coconut oil, and shea butter, and it promises restorative, moisturising, and strengthening virtues. This care also guarantees to soften the hair, to limit hair breakage, and to control the frizz.
The smell is definitely one of his greatest strengths. Its smell feels so good that you don’t even want to apply your moisturiser afterwards. It definitely controls the frizz. This is the best of the three masks to define the hair curls. If you are a big fan of wash & go, this is the hair mask you need! It softens the hair very well and is very moisturising. It really fulfils its role. I highly recommend it.
If you prefer having stretched hair, detangling will take a little more effort than with the other masks.
I apply one of these hair masks once every two weeks after rinsing my conditioner. I leave the treatment for 30-60 minutes while wearing a plastic cap. I can assure you that my hair makes me feel good. I attach great importance to the softening side of a hair mask because it makes my hair in good condition for easy detangling.
Have you ever tried one of these masks? What are your favourite hair masks?