3 Little-Known Products That Save Overprocessed Hair
We’ve all been there: too many heating tools, too many years of coloring your hair. It might be helpful to know there are products you can use at home to help heal your current "situation," a way better alternative to waiting for new growth or forking over more money for salon processing. Keep scrolling for three products we trust to nourish, soften, and save otherwise-fried locks.
David Mallet Mask No. 1 ($75)
Paris-based hairstylist David Mallet, regarded for his intensely hydrating line of products, has developed an at-home mask to strengthen and protect hair, but for real. Use once a week for 10-30 minutes on clean hair and follow with a rinse-out conditioner. You'll see results.
Hask Macadamia Oil ($3)
At this point, we all know the powers of implementing natural oils into our daily hair routine. Hask’s vials have the added benefit of being easy to transport without spilling or exploding in luggage. And the fatty acids in macadamia nut oil adds shine and a silky feeling that doesn’t feel damaged at all. I became a believer when it worked on my bleached hair and I love that there’s relatively no labor involved.
Have you tried one of these hair heroes? Have another you suggest? Share what works below!