The Hair Masks You Need To Tame That Monsoon Frizz!
At this point, I am thinking that shaving my head might be a good idea. Chances are, no one will notice because anything will look better than the frizzy, unruly mop that is my hair right now. Actually, I think I would be able to pull it off, and in style. But if you are looking for less dramatic solutions, say something that doesn’t involve you going fully bald, then we have a few options that might work on the frizz. Yes, they do require you to make a commitment on time. Hey, don’t you roll your eyes on me. Five extra minutes and you hair could look… I want to say ‘nice’, but don’t want to over commit. It could look pretty, potentially. And we have two options for you to explore.
This is a repair mask that makes plenty of promises and lives up to them. First of all, you only have to leave it on for 3 minutes, which saves you plenty of time. Secondly, it comes loaded with essential oils and hair-building goodness, so it actually works on the hair fibre. Your hair is actually strong and shiny, and not just on the outside, on the inside as well. And did we mention that it leaves your hair smelly really fragrant? Yes, it does!
Now if you find the L’Occitane Masque Reparateur Repairing Mask a little too pricey, here’s a just-as-good option for you. The name might give this away. If you need your frizz to calm down, turn to this one by Kaya. The Kaya Deep Conditioning Masque promises damage reversal, smoother tresses and reduction in hair fall. Also, the ingredients sound like this is a smoothie, but for your hair. The ingredients include basil root, sugarcane, lemon, avocado, macadamia nuts, 100% natural olive oil and apple. We love how this smells and what it does! We recommend.