This week, I've asked the Beauty Bloggerati to share their favorite hair masks. My current fave? Leonor Greyl Masque Quintessence ($138). It's pretty spendy, but applied to dry ends for 20 minutes pre-shower, it will absolve you of all your hair-related sins. It's especially great for getting some extra mileage out of your haircut. Check out what the Bloggerati recommends, below!
Ojon's Restorative Hair Treatment is as amazing as they make it look on QVC (if you've watched one of their on-air demonstrations, you know what I mean). You can use it as a deep conditioning treatment, leave-in conditioner, or shine enhancer. I noticed the difference as soon as I put down the blow-dryer. My hair was softer, smoother, and shinier than I’d seen it in a
long time. --Spoiled Pretty
My pick is the Leonor Greyl Masque Fleurs de Jasmin. This lightly scented masque has enough organic oils to nourish my hair from all the damage I do it to each week. It works great on for 20 minutes, but even better if you sleep in it. Ooh la la.--All About The Pretty
I love Phytokarite Ultra Nourishing Mask by Phyto! It's not too heavy, the scent is lovely and it leaves my hair softer and easier to manage. Couldn't ask for more.--Hair Thursday
I looove the Bumble and Bumble Creme de Coco Masque, it smells divine and it leaves my locks soft as can be.--The Jet Set Girls (Hope)
I never have a lot to spend on hair products, so I love the Giovani Nutrafixx Hair Reconstructor because even though it's more than I'd usually spend (about $10-14), it makes a huge difference. My hair feels SO silky and I always add a squirt of it to my conditioner every time I shower. It even helps improve expensive hair masks.--Makeover Momma
My favorite hair mask is the budget-friendly Pantene PRO-V 5 Minute Nourishing Moisture Replenishing Mask. After first use, I was hooked! It left my hair silky soft and tangle-free. I even use it on my daughter's fine, easily tangled hair.--A Mom In Red High Heels
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