Hair feeling a little limp lately? Dull? Lacking luster? Look no further. VALLEY is here with the best hair masks to rejuvenate that hair as autumn kicks back in.
Amika’s mask is legendary at this point. For dry, damaged hair this could be the perfect pick-me-up. Amika’s website describes it as a “cool drink of water for your hair.” We’re currently imagining our hair in the Sahara Desert looking for any source of water. Don’t worry! The soulfood nourishing mask is here for the rescue.
Olaplex’s No. 3 Hair Perfector
Olaplex’s products have been known to be more on the pricey side. However, if you’re willing to splurge a little bit this is salon approved favorite. This product isn’t technically a hair mask, but works literal magic on damaged hair. The instructions say to leave the product on for 10 minutes, but it’s been known to do wonders if left on overnight.
Olaplex’s No. 8 Bond Intense Moisture Mask
The No. 8 Bond Intense Moisture Mask is Olaplex’s actual hair mask product, and we love it just the same. This product is again for damaged hair, and is meant to bond our split ends back together. Compared to other hair masks, the No. 8 does not weigh down your hair with excess product and keeps your hair bouncy and shiny. This makes it perfect for both curls to keep the volume and fine hair that can sometimes become flat.
Oribe’s Signature Moisture Masque
For thick or curly hair this mask may be your best bet. While on the pricey side, the Oribe Signature Moisture Masque has been said to make thicker hair more soft and manageable for styling. Reviews say the product does not weigh hair down and actually doubles as a great detangler if you struggle with knotty hair (like me).
Moroccanoil’s Restorative Hair Mask
Moroccanoil’s Restorative Hair Mask is perfect if you’re looking to strengthen your locks. For frizzy, broken hair this mask will help build bonds back up so you achieve your dream head of hair. Moroccanoil has been a long coveted brand, and known to work its magic.
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