Extreme Hair-apy: Three Mega-Moisturizing Masks (That Really Work) Starting from $4!
Posted Wednesday August 8, 2012 12:54 PM GMT
No matter the season, our hair always requires a little extra TLC every now and again to combat the strand-stressing elements of ANY environment.
Women spend loads of money trying to find hair masks and other formulas that lend the results promised: extreme shine, restored strength, etc. While some do come to find their miracle mane product – it’s not without spending bookoo bucks first.
Well, we’re here to provide you with three products geared towards reviving your tresses that really work! They can be found from the drugstore to the department store – one ringing in at as little as $4! We're not only saving your hair, but also your time and a little green.
Check them out!
Carol’s Daughter Monio Repairing Hair Mask, $29: The super natural line is generally geared toward ethnic hair-types, however this mask works wonders on every texture. It’s star ingredient, Monoi oil, adds rich moisture and shine to over-processed strands. It also has an incredible musky, floral smell that lingers for days.
Matrix Biolage Conditioning Balm, $19.99: The super thick cream mends scraggly ends like nobody’s business. I massage it in from mid-shaft to tip and after a few minutes, hair is incredibly supple and silky. It comes in a squeeze tube, so you don’t have to worry about water dripping into the usual tub packaging that masks come in. The balm smells fresh and a little dollop goes a long way.
Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist Deeeeep Conditioner, $3.99 Some of the best four bucks I’ve ever spent. I slather on large amounts of the coconut-scented mask nearly ever shower. Typically, I covet expensive products and only use them if I absolutely must, but this stuff is so cheap that I use it as my regular conditioner. It injects bounce and shine back into locks in three minutes, as the bottle promises.