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This week: Hy­drat­ing hair masks

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Oh K! Hair Mask £8.50, asos.com

This cute two-step hair mask will tar­get pesky dry ends. But you’ll have to wear a silly plas­tic cap for a few min­utes to al­low the treat­ment to pen­e­trate and do its job prop­erly. Just lock the bath­room door – no one will know!

Charles Wor­thing­ton Colour­plex Dam­age Re­verse Treat­ment £9.99

If you colour your hair, then you need this in your life. Claims to sus­tain colour for up to 10 weeks, leav­ing hair shiny too.

Tre­semmé Pro Col­lec­tion Bi­otin+ Re­pair 7 In­stant Re­cov­ery Mask £5, Sains­bury’s

This is in­tel­li­gent stuff that re­ally gets into hair fi­bres to re­store dam­age. It will strengthen each strand so you can just carry on your styling, with­out wor­ry­ing.

An­drew Bar­ton S.O.S. Hair Re­pair £4.99, Asda

You just need a wal­nut-sized amount to en­able this to work won­ders. With ar­gan oil and rich shea but­ter, this lux­u­ri­ous for­mula will re­store silk­i­ness.

TONI&GUY Dam­age Re­pair Mask £7.19, feelu­nique.com

If your hair is re­ally feel­ing sorry for it­self, then ev­ery few weeks give it an in­tense pro­tein hit to help to re­store dam­age and bring it back to life again.

L’oréal Botan­i­cals Saf­flower Rich In­fu­sion Mask £9.99

In­fused with saf­flower, soya and co­conut oils, this for­mula will leave your hair feel­ing in­tensely nour­ished and re­ally silky soft.

Aussie 3 Minute Mir­a­cle Re­con­struc­tor £4.99, Su­per­drug

We’ve prob­a­bly all used this and it’s still go­ing strong, be­cause it’s re­ally good and purse­friendly too. You only need a very small amount to trans­form dry hair.

Keras­tase Re­sis­tance Masque Ex­ten­tion­iste £31.70, look­fan­tas­tic.com

Long hair needs an ex­tra bit of TLC, so in­vest in a prod­uct that will se­ri­ously give your locks some love.

Moroc­canoil Treat­ment £32.85, look­fan­tas­tic

If you’ve got un­ruly, frizzy or curly hair this oil-in­fused prod­uct will be your saviour. It can be used as a con­di­tion­ing and also a styling tool.

Frizz tamer

Colour keeper

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