If “fried” is a better description of your hair than your favorite food group, then these masks are going are going to save your life … er, your hair’s life (but in our eyes, it’s kind of the same thing).
You know all about the hydrating abilities of olive oil. Now, picture a mask jam-packed with olive fruit oil and avocado oil! Together they work as a deeply nourishing treatment that both strengthens parched hair and restores mega shine! Using this mask regularly will prevent future damage from stresses such as overexposure to sun, chemical processing and heat damage.
RELATED: How to Protect Dry, Brittle Hair
2. L’Oréal Paris Hair Expertise: OleoTherapy Deep Recovery Mask
The name says it all. This deep recovery mask is formulated with a six-flower oil blend, making it the ultimate in hair restoration! The nourishing balm revives your dry, lifeless locks and restores natural radiance for a head of hair that looks like it was never damaged to begin with.
Masque Force works by literally reconstructing fried, brittle hair from the inside out by repairing each hair fiber. By strengthening the hair fibers, your strands can go from damaged and split to revitalized, shiny and smooth within 15 minutes!
Who doesn’t love butter? This Phyto-Keratin complex formula contains plant-based proteins, active fruit concentrates and cupuaçu butter to build healthier hair and prevent future damage. Ninety percent of hair’s strength is reconstructed from root to tip so you can say goodbye to breakage for good!
Not only does Silk Bloom treat and repair the structure of your hair fibers and bonds between the cuticle, but it also injects your hair with body for a silky feel that doesn’t fall flat! It combines the regenerative properties of argan oil and vitamin E to restore the anatomy of your hair — while leaving it firm and smelling fresh!
About the Author:Diana creates on-trend beauty content for Makeup.com readers. She stays up-to-date on the latest beauty news and product launches and tests every makeup item that comes through the door. As an employee of L’Oréal, Diana writes stories about beauty products across the entire brand portfolio.