How to Apply Hair Mask Properly

Get a nourishing and moisturizing hair mask treatment at home! Here's how.

Hair masks are popular hair treatments because of their nourishing and moisturizing qualities. They are also readily available in personal care stores and online shops. If you’re in for some hair pampering and salon experience at home, why don’t you give yourself a hair mask treatment? Here’s how to do it.

Before you start with your at-home hair mask treatment, it’s best to change into a robe. You can also wrap a big piece of plastic around your shoulders like a cape to protect your clothes.

Have your towel and shower cap ready, too! You’re gonna need them.

Now, follow these easy steps:

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Give your tresses a hair mask treatment once a week or every other week, depending on your hair type, to keep it smooth and nourished. If you have dry and damaged hair, you might need to do the treatment more often because your hair needs all the nourishment it can get.

Hair masks also come in different variants to suit different hair types. Check out this list and pick the best one for you.

1. For Frizzy Hair

How to apply hair mask: Asian woman with long straight hair
Get smoother and sleeker hair with an anti-frizz hair mask. Credit: Hariono Halim

You’ll need: Cream Silk Triple Keratin Ultimate Straight Treatment Crème

Get sleeker and straighter hair with Cream Silk Triple Keratin Ultimate Straight Treatment Crème. It has three benefits of keratin in one product: keratin relaxers tame frizz, keratin essence restores extreme dryness, and keratin serum revives damage.

2. For Damaged Hair

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Nurse your damaged hair back to health with a keratin hair mask. Credit: Natasha Estelle

You’ll need: Cream Silk Triple Keratin Ultimate Repair & Shine Treatment Crème

Reviving damaged hair may seem like a futile task, but not with Cream Silk Triple Keratin Ultimate Repair & Shine Treatment Crème. It deeply penetrates your strands to help transform your hair from damaged to ultimately beautiful. Use this mask regularly, and soon, you’ll say goodbye to dull and damaged hair!

3. For Dull and Unhealthy-looking Hair

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Make sure your hair gets the nutrients it needs to stay beautiful and healthy. Credit: Natasha Estelle

You’ll need: TRESemmé Detox & Nourish Treatment Mask

Replenish your hair’s lost nutrients with TRESemmé Detox & Nourish Treatment Mask. It is infused with ginger and green tea that help remove impurities from your hair. You can also apply it on your hair after a scalp and hair deep cleansing session so your hair stays moisturized and nourished.

4. For Unruly Hair

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No more unruly hair when you use an at-home Brazilian straightening treatment. Credit: Natasha Estelle

You’ll need: VitaKeratin Brazilian Straight

A Brazilian blowout does wonders for your hair but it can be really expensive. Why don’t you try VitaKeratin Brazilian Straight instead? It has Vitamin B3 that nourishes every strand and helps give you straighter hair without visiting the salon. Plus, it has Brazilian nut oil that coats the strands from roots to tips to achieve smooth and frizz-free hair.

Bonus Tip: You can also create a DIY hair mask!

If you’re more of a naturals seeker, you can make your own hair treatment using common ingredients found at home. You can try rice water treatment for hair growth. An aloe vera mask also has lots of benefits like strengthening your hair, getting rid of excess oil, and calming an itchy scalp.

Whatever hair mask you choose, make sure you apply it properly so your hair can soak in all the nutrients and moisture present in your mask. And don’t forget to make it a relaxing experience, too. Schedule it on a lazy Saturday afternoon and give your hair some downtime.

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