Themed Thursday – Hair today …

Give you locks a boost of instant nourishment, with a conditioning hair mask. From purse-friendly to super expensive, there are lots of options out there.

If you’re looking for a colour saviour, try Joico Colour Endure Treatment Masque. Use once a week to nourish dry, coloured hair and make it look more vibrant. The combination of shea butter and olive oil helps to soften coloured hair while leaving it fragranced with a delicate sweetness. It’s not the most affordable but, used sparingly, will last around three months.Joico_CEnTrM

Aussie_TMMTo moisturise your hair to the max, there’s Aussie 3 Minute Miracle Luscious Long Deep Treatment. For coarse or sun-dried hair that’s in serious need of a moisture injection, this avocado-infused mask will transform hair, making it softer and shinier after just one use. Be careful though; it is so heavy for fine hair.

To strengthen damaged hair, try Charles Worthington Strength & Repair Longer & Stronger Hair Masque. This mask is a weekly go-to for heat styling repeat offenders. Your hair will feel stronger and silkier after regular use; as good as a salon treatment, but for under a tenner.ChaWorth_Strength_and_Repair_Mask

Boots_Botanics_HMAnd if you’re short on time, Botanics 3 Minute Moisturising Hair Mask is another affordable choice. This rich and intensive treatment instantly restores moisture, transforming fragile hair into hair that feels healthier after just one use. The formula, enriched with soy protein and shea butter, helps to prevent and repair damage, leaving hair smooth and silky soft all day long. Formulated without parabens. Active plant extract White Quinoa is packed with natural plant proteins, sugars and amino acids which help to moisturise and nourish the hair.

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About Miss G

It ain't no sin to be glad you're alive. Writing, dabbling in beauty, living, drumming and being myself in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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