2020 Best Hair Masks to try for Damaged, Dry and Frizzy Hair!

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Aug. 28
Hair masks are such a great way of helping your hair get back on that healthy track! Whether you’ve overdone some color-treatments, used hot tools too much or just feel your hair is frizzy and dry, you should definitely try out some hair repair masks. They will be a fantastic addition to your hair-care regimen, giving you that moisturizing and strengthening boost you need. Leaving hair masks overnight, or for a few hours is what does the trick, and allows the nourishing ingredients to really sink in! 
Below you’ll find some amazing hair masks for damaged hair that will revitalize your locks and strands and bring back that healthy glow!
Colored and Bleached Hair: Kérastase Blond Absolu Anti-Brass Purple Mask
One of the most known strengthening masks for colored, bleached or grey hair, out there! A great choice if you want to invest a bit more in your hair mask and make sure your blonde highlights will get more attention and shine. All of this thanks to high quality ingredients such as Edelweiss Flower Extract, Hyaluronic Acid and Ultra-Violet Neutralizers, that will work wonders for colored and blond hair.
Styled and Tired Hair: Olaplex No. 3 Hair Perfector
Olaplex is known for really focusing on nourishing and rebuilding the strength and elasticity of our hair. Loved by salon professionals, is a great mask for damaged hair, especially if you’ve done chemical treatments or a lot of hairstyling. Not only is it formulated with aloe vera extract, jojoba oil, vitamins A, E and C, but also if sulfate-, silicone- and paraben-free!
Dry and Frizzy Hair: Briogeo Don't Despair, Repair!™ Deep Conditioning Hair Mask
Looking for a hair mask that you can use fast, without leaving it overnight? Briogeo comes up with a fast-fix mask that you can leave for even just five minutes, and it will still give you hair that moisturizing boost thanks to argan oil, collagen and silk! Of course it’s better to keep it on for a bit longer, but it’s good to know you can still use it when in a hurry. A great choice for restoring hydration and getting rid of frizziness - especially if your hair is used to getting blow dried daily. 
Under-Nourished Hair: Kiehl's Since 1851 Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak
If you need a reparative hair mask that will deeply condition your hair, Kiehl's Olive Fruit Oil Deeply Repairative Hair Pak is worth taking a closer look at! It is made for dehydrated, damaged and under-nourished hair - most recommended if it's been overexposed to sun, heat styling or chemical treatments. Formulated with natural oils such as avocado, olive fruit oils and lemon extract it makes sure to profoundly moisturize and strengthen the hairs while restoring its shine and glow!
Dull and Dry Hair: Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask
Looking for an affordable, yet still an effective and helpful mask to add to your hair care routine? Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask has it all! Helps with moisturizing, regaining elasticity and shine - leaving it smooth and soft. It’s a great choice if you just need a simple and delicate hydration boost, and if your hair is not overly damaged, but just frizzy and dry.
Organic Hair Care: Innersense Beauty Hydrating Hair Masque
If you’re treating your hair with organic products and a hair mask is no exception, then you should check out Innersense Beauty Hydrating Hair Masque. Clean, vegan-friendly hair mask is a great choice if natural ingredients are what you’re looking for. Thanks to shea butter, flaxseed, coconut and monoi oils it really boosts that natural and healthy glow and texture!
Damaged and Thick Hair: Living Proof No Frizz Intense Moisture Mask
Thick hair needs a bit more love sometimes, and usually uses more product to take care of its volume. This silicone free, clean and vegan friendly hair mask is a great choice, if you want to make sure that every strand will be nourished and hydrated. Its formula is enriched with soothing and nourishing shea butter that will soften and calm your dry strands.
As you see, there are many helpful hair masks for damaged hair out there that will make sure you regain strength and health of your hair. Remember to be patient, and give the masks some time - make sure to use them regularly and you’ll definitely see a difference!
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