I think it's that time of year where getting thirsty doesn't only happen in our mouths. Having dry and brittle ends during the warmer months is quite common amongst most us ladies, but you can overcome those 'parched ends' by ensuring that you hydrate your hair much more regularly. Now I had an excuse to kick start mission 'no drought' because I ombre'd my hair for the first time a few months ago and we all know what happens when you apply bleached based hair dyes to your ends... yep I would call it a drought alright! I wouldn't say that my hair was so brittle that it was snapping off, but I would say that my hair was feeling extremely dry for a while (you know when it gets that slight straw feeling). So the only way to sort this little problem out was to put my hair on a strict rehabilitation programme prescribing three different hair medicines (or should I be less dramatic and say three deep hair conditioners). Now there are three ingredients that I mainly look out for in deep hair conditioners and they are the following: Argan Oil, Keratin, Protein, and Biotin. These ingredients are highly moisturising and strengthening to the hair, and I need to mention that I have been known to use egg based products (or eggs themselves) to add more protein into my hair... yep the lengths I go for beauty. Eggs aside, here are the three drug store deep hair conditioners that I have been using recently:
|Deep Hair Conditioners: Apply for up to 20 minutes before shampooing and conditioning your hair|
Keratin Plus Hydrating Hair Mask: I picked up this product up for £9.00 in TK Maxx as it as reduced from £23.00 and I must say that I wasn't overly too impressed with it. This mask is enriched with Keratin, Protein, and Argain Oil (so all of my bonus hair ingredients) but it just didn't shine for me. I mean, I think that this product would show amazing results if it was used for a very long time (mind you I did use it for 3 months) but it didn't leave that soft and glossy finish like most other deep hair conditioners do. I know I'm kind of comparing here but I do think that this product would work if you didn't have very dry/damaged hair (so it's kind of good for a booster). You can pick this product up for £9.00 at TK Maxx.
|Tip: I like to deep condition my hair 3-4 times a week but this is wholly hair dependant. Try and get that happy balance.|
Drug store hair conditioners you have done me proud! What deep hair conditioners will you be using to treat your thirsty ends?
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