Oh, hair masks. Quite possibly the most underrated step in our hair care routines. While most of us have (or are working on) a solid regimen, including a weekly mask seems like an arduous and unnecessary step. Though, truth be told, coating your strands with moisturizing and hydrating ingredients can truly make all the difference for your hair.
Hair masks are essentially intense conditioners and typically contain more fatty acids and lipids in them which not only help hair retain moisture but also protect it. Healthy hair means less frizz and more bounce — it also looks better. Masks can help undo the damage done by styling and environmental irritants such as pollution.
While many products can break the bank, we’ve found one that doesn’t. Enter: TGIN’s Honey Miracle Hair Mask. Made with raw honey and jojoba oil this deeply hydrating mask is like an instant makeover for dry, damaged or color-treated hair. And at $15 it’s a clear winner against its much pricier counterparts.
The mask is best used after cleansing hair. Apply a generous amount of the Miracle Mask to strands, from root to tip. To help fully lock in moisturizer, use a plastic cap and sit under a dryer for 10-15 minutes. If you don’t happen to have a dryer, simply leave the mask on your hair while you run a few errands.
This mask is formulated with all natural ingredients to reduce shedding and breakage while conditioning to the fullest. It also comes from one of our favorite Black-owned beauty companies making it a surefire winner.
Beauty vlogger T’keyah B is also a fan. Check it out!
So do yourself, and strands, a favor and make hair masking a part of your weekly hair care routine.