Winter is not only brutal on your skin, the dry, cold air also takes a toll on your hair. Whether your hair is need of a little hydration or it needs a whole rejuvenation process, restoring hair masks can do the trick. There are several brands on the market such as one that Sephora carries: Living Proof. You can also DIY and make your own. Here are some restoring hair masks that are specific to hair types:
If your hair is damaged from heat tools (curling iron, flat iron, etc) or chemicals (hair coloring, permanent straightening or curling, etc) milk and honey restoring hair masks are essential to restore your hair.
Oily hair results from lack of vitamins to manage pH balance. Yogurt reinstates the proper nutrients in your hair, making a yogurt and egg hair mask vital to any oily hair individual’s hair routine.
To tame frizzy hair, it is best to use honey based hair masks. Mix honey with water and use it with your regular hair care routine a couple times a week and the frizz will be tamed.
Avocado and egg yolks is a good hair mask to restore moisture in your hair and improve the overall shininess.
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