Baby, it's cold outside, and whether you have hat head or winter dry hair, you can tame those flyaways, damage, and frizz with a hair mask. The mane
difference between a hair mask and conditioner is the concentration of ingredients.
Garnier Fructis Sleek & Shine, from L'Oreal ($6),
Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Mask ($7),
and Nioxin Deep Repair Hair Masque ($12) were the top three picks from the panel of Good Housekeeping.
Girl-Woman-Beauty-Brains' trifecta of fluff management are the following:
Neutrogena Triple Moisture Deep Recovery Mask (also a Good Housekeeping pick),
Aveda's Damage Remedy Intensive Restructuring Treatment ($26),
and Frederic Fekkai Protein Rx Reparative Treatment Mask ($25).
Fred's line of hair products also includes Overnight Hair Repair for $195.00 That wasn't a typo. $195! According to Fred, this advanced treatment absorbs instantly into your hair, without leaving residue on your pillow. Well, sorry, Fred, but for that price, you can saturate your hair with a budget-friendly mask, cover your locks with a shower cap, and go to bed without spending anxiety. If the overnight gig is not your style, drench, cover, blow-dry for 2o minutes, and you and your mane are ready for the day.
Beauty trick of the trade: Rub a Bounce dryer sheet lightly over your hair to tame those wild tresses.