Broken and dry tresses got you down? Does your hair need an extreme pick me up? Having issues with manageability? Can’t seem to put the flat iron down? Well then you’ve come to the right place.
For quite a long time I have been coloring and processing my hair. I also used to constantly use heat styling tools. That has taken quite a toll and sometimes I need a rescue to get it back where I want it to be. My hair has also become quite long recently and with that comes manageability problems and broken strands.
I have tried so many masks throughout the years, some great and others falling flat, that I have compiled a list of the best hair masks for damaged hair. These masks will have you saying goodbye to frizzy, dry, and damaged hair in no time.
It’s a 10 Miracle Hair Mask
The It’s a 10 line is probably one of the best out there for damaged hair in general. It’s mending properties and ability to enhance softness is unparalleled. It works well with color treated, processed, dry, and heat styled hair to bring it back to life.
What I love about this is that you can use it as a daily conditioner but also as a deep conditioning treatment maybe once a week or so. This mask will help to restructure you broken, split ends and make your hair extremely silky smooth.
It is on the pricier end at about $31 for 8 oz., however, if used sparingly and only once in awhile the mask will last you forever.
Eva NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask
A vitamin and nutrient packed hair mask with argan oil that will mend even the most broken and weak hair. This mask is no joke when it comes to repairing damaged hair. I find that when my hair was at it’s worst points in terms or breakage and split ends, this mask saved me from further ruining my hair.
It does increase softness and manageability, but if you mainly need damage repair, this is one of the first places that I would look. Also on the more affordable side, this mask is only $14.99 for 16.9 oz.
Macadamia Professional Nourishing Moisture Masque
If you have fine or thin hair, I would be very cautious with this one as it is super heavy. However, if you possess medium to coarse hair, this mask will be a dream come true for you.
This mask will work to reduce frizz and increase moisture levels, while also reconstructing damaged hair. If you have thick hair that is very dry and frizzy, I would highly recommend you start with this mask before anything else.
This mask is safe on color treated hair and does not contain any sulfates, parabens, or gluten. Also a bonus with this product, your hair will be super shiny! You can purchase this for $36 for 8 oz. of product.
Hairgurt Intense Repair Yogurt Hair Masque
One of the most recent masks on this list is from a brand called Hairgurt. Super cute, I know. This mask is a natural mask formulated for damaged, fragile, and brittle hair. Need I explain further?
I swear this mask transformed my hair. It smells delicious and made my hair the softest it has ever been. Plus I have been noticing that my split ends are diminishing and my hair is getting less tangled throughout the day.
Biggest plus about this mask is the price. For just $10, yeah I said $10, you can have 6 oz. of this amazing mask. Since I know you’re basically convinced here is the link to purchase: Hairgurt
TIGI Catwalk Oatmeal & Honey Intense Nourishing Mask
Have you ever seen those DIY masks that talk about how good oatmeal and honey are for your hair? Well, if you’re like me and are too lazy to make those masks, or are just weirded out by them, you can try this fab mask from TIGI.
This mask will nourish and repair your damaged hair while also smoothing any frizziness you have. This mask claims to have fiber-repairing ingredients to reconstruct the hair internally. Your hair will be hydrated, healthy, and happy.
This mask falls right in the middle as far as price point at just $20.99 for 7.05 oz. Plus, if you purchase from Ulta they sometimes have a sale going on with buy 1 get 1 free of TIGI products. So go ahead, get two of these bad boys while you’re at it ;).
What are you favorite masks for damaged hair? Let me know in the comments!
Images are sourced from Ulta.