Top 10 Hair Masks.

With everything I put my hair through - coloring, blowdrying, teasing, curling, volumizing, flat ironing, hot rollers coupled with the environment and simply aging, my hair need a lot more than simple shampoo and conditioning treatment. I use special hair masks a few times a week and let them "stew" on my hair in the tub. I have my own little recipes, so to speak, for when my hair feels dull, dry, overworked or frizzy. It is dependant upon the year too.

The Best Hair Masks for Dry and Damaged Hair
The Best Hair Masks for Dry and Damaged Hair

I have a stack of hair masks, from drugstore bargains to pretty lux brands, and I demand results. I use my hair masks at least once a week, usually twice. In the summer months, I usually use a hair mask two to three times a week because my hair seems to be extra dry, frizzy and fried feeling.

Here are the top 10 hair masks that me and my hair depend on for the best results.

Top 10 Hair Masks
Top 10 Hair Masks

1. Moroccanoil Restorative Hair Mask - $74.40

This is for weak, dry, damaged hair. I use this about once a week and it infuses the moisture my hair lacks. It does a better job than any other hair mask I have ever used. I let it soak into my hair during a long soak in the tub - at least 20 minutes.

2. WEN by Chaz Dean Re-Moist Hydrating Hair Mask - $58.00

This is the ultimate moisturizing treatment for dry, damaged, or stressed hair. Run it through clean wet hair and leave on for about 45 minutes for a salon quality deep conditioning treatment. For a very intensive overnight treatment, put a plastic shower cap over wet hair that has been treated with the conditioner and sleep in it all night. Either way, this is one of the best hair treatments I have ever used.

3. Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Moist - $3.99

I let this deep conditioner with Australian Aloe and Jojoba Seed Oil soak into my hair as a mask for about 10 minutes (more than the 3 ) to gives my hair the intense hydration it needs to leave it soft, smooth and very manageable while protecting it from further damage.

4. Clear Scalp & Hair Therapy Deep Nourishing Treatment Mask - $5.99

This quick mask, made for color treated hair, nourishes the scalp deeply and helps protect hair against further damage.

5. Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask - $6.99

When my hair is dull, I use a great big dollop of this hair mask to infuse extra moisture and a lot of shine into my locks. I'm addicted to the smell -- and the price, because you'd think you were paying 5X as much for how great your hair feels when using this one.

6. Moroccanoil Hair Smoothing Mask - $74.40

In the summer months, I sub out the Restorative Hair Mask (above) for this one) when I am dealing with the frizz. This one calms my heal and seems to seal in the cuticle long term.

7. L'Oreal Paris Power Moisture Rich Mask - $6.99

This rinse-out conditioning mask seals in lasting hydration without weighing my thing hair down. It instantly infuses every strand with deep moisture. This mask, with its weightless and luxurious gel-like texture, transforms even the driest head of hair into silky, soft and manageable.

8. KĂŠrastase Nutritive Masque OlĂŠo-Relax - $54.00

This was the first luxe hair masks I've used and I still keep it in my bag of tricks, but I think it is better for thicker hairs as it is rich. It does a really great job at smoothing and soothing dry, damaged hair and making it look sleek.

9. Alterna Bamboo Color Hold & Rehab Deep Hydration Masque - $26.00

In the summer, my hair color fades a lot (well it lightens and fades) so I take a lot of precautions to protect. One of those is this hair mask. Besides loving the smell, I like that this has UV protection and ingredients that help lock in my hair color while repairing the damage I do while coloring it.

10. Leonor Greyl Masque Fleurs de Jasmin - $62.00

When I want a really special and luxurious treat, I sit in the tub with this in my hair. The aroma of fresh jasmines in my hair and the nourishment I get from it is simply divine. My hair is always left super soft and manageable.

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