5 Drugstore Masks That’ll Help Give You A Good Hair Day 

Whether you’re the victim of too much hair dye or can’t seem to say no to hot showers, these new deep conditioners will come to the rescue.

Victoria Moorhouse Mar, 01, 2017

This article originally appeared on InStyle.

Hair products don’t need to have an astronomical price-tag to ensure they’ll work. The fact that a $7 can of L’Oréal Paris Elnett Hairspray is still one of the most popular setting sprays out there proves the point.

And luckily for someone who’s dealing with dryness or damage, the same rings true for hair masks.

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Whether you’re the victim of too much hair dye or can’t seem to say no to hot showers, these new deep conditioners will come to the rescue, while also saving your wallet.

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The beauty of this deep conditioner is that it will revitalize your dry, damaged hair in less than five minutes. Well, three minutes to be exact. It's made with notoriously hydrating jojoba oil, in addition to aloe and sea kelp. Work it into the lengths of your hair while you're in the shower. After you rinse and dry, you'll find your hair feels super soft and manageable. 

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Hair damage doesn't just come from too many highlighting sessions. Unfortunately, it can also result from vigorous brushing, consistent blow-drying, curling, and more. TRESemmé's latest mask takes on all the probs with a formula that repairs seven different types of styling damage. Made with biotin, it not only brings sheen back to lifeless-looking hair, but seeks to repair the actual hair shaft while also providing ample moisture. 

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The beauty of this deep conditioner is that it will revitalize your dry, damaged hair in less than five minutes. Well, three minutes to be exact. It's made with notoriously hydrating jojoba oil, in addition to aloe and sea kelp. Work it into the lengths of your hair while you're in the shower. After you rinse and dry, you'll find your hair feels super soft and manageable. 

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If you're a lover of argan oil in your skin routine, you're probably going to dig Pantene's latest sulfate and dye-free innovation. The brand infused the rich, hydrating ingredient into a mask to strengthen your hair and protect it from future damage. 

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Coconut oil lovers, rejoice. This new mask from OGX combines super moisturizing shea butter and hydrating, restorative coconut oil for a de-frizzing "hair butter" that you can either use as a leave-in conditioner or a standard hair mask. 

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