F.I.G. Blog
JAN 07

Winter Hair Care :: Masks

posted by: FIG

Happy Wednesday! You know this weather can ruin perfectly healthy hair, so we’ve found a few of our favorite hair masks under $20 to help you keep your locks luscious.

Goldwell Dual Senses Rich Repair 60 Second Treatment is our priciest product at $18, but it’s well worth it! Hydrolyzed Keratin and silk conditions hair with a shine-enhancing formula to keep you polished all winter.

Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Hair Mask for $6.99 helps to smooth frayed ends to keep them looking fresh.

Organix Hydrating Macadamia Oil Intensive Moisture Mask for $7.99 uses coconut, aloe and avocado oils to keep hair sleek and shiny. Bamboo extract offers to help strengthen hair with each use.

Loreal Paris Advanced Haircare Total Repair 5 Damage – Erasing Balm is only $6.99 at your local drug store. Using a combination of ceramides and arginine-K, this product prevents frizz and future damage. Perfect for processed hair in colder temps.

Pantene Pro-V Weekly Rehab Crème is also $6.99 at your local drug store. If you use heat on your hair regularly, this antioxidant-rich product will help you keep your hair strong all winter.

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