Tried & tested

WE CHECK OUT THE BEST NOUR­ISH­ING HAIR MASKS

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L’ORÉAL EL­VIVE EX­TRAOR­DI­NARY OIL RAPID RE­VIVER DEEP CON­DI­TIONER,

£5.50

IF you have very dry, brit­tle hair. This is in­tense enough to make it feel silky and soft, and you might find colour doesn’t wash out as fast any more – and looks more vi­brant. The only down­side you might ex­pe­ri­ence is a bit more static when it’s dry. Rat­ing: ★★★★★

COCO & EVE LIKE A VIR­GIN NOUR­ISH­ING CO­CONUT & FIG MASQUE,

£34.90

YES, it is ex­pen­sive but you do get a de-tan­gling brush. Hair feels softer than ever af­ter 10 minutes wear­ing this (then brush­ing it through wet), but not at all weighed down or greasy. The co­conut smell is also amaz­ing.

Rat­ing: ★★★★★

SOAP & GLORY WONDITIONE­R,

£9 THIS only has to be on your hair for 3-5 minutes, but it can take a while to rinse all the mask out as it’s re­ally thick, and felt there might be some residue so, while your hair will feel soft it may not seem as clean as usual.

It could be just too heavy for my fine tresses.

Rat­ing: ★★★ ★★

THE BODY SHOP SHEA BUT­TER RICHLY REPLENISHI­NG HAIR MASK,

£12

IT has a thick, but­ter tex­ture, so re­ally feels like it clings to damp hair and gets work­ing. Af­ter one use the ends ends should trans­form from no­tice­ably dry to soft and nour­ished, and the smell was heav­enly. Love it. Rat­ing: ★★★★ ★

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