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Repair your damaged hair with salon treatments you can do at the comfort of your own home. Racked trendwatcher Donna Kim picks six of her favorite hair masks and deep-conditioning treatments that are in stores now.
1. Phyto restructuring mask for color-treated hair, $38 at drugstore.com: This mask is specifically for color-treated hair to prevent color fade and to have long-lasting shine. Apply after towel-dried hair, and leave-in for 5 minutes to see instant results.
2. Ojon restorative hair treatment, $55 at sephora.com: According to Ojon's studies, its hair treatment shows up to 52% improvement of dry and damaged hair after one use—and one jar lasts up to 3-5 months of weekly treatments. A little dab goes a long way to achieve silky and bouncy hair.
3. L’Oreal EverPure moisture restorative masque, $8 at amazon.com: Formulated for all hair types, this hair mask is used after shampooing. It focuses primarily on the ends to prevent splitting.
4. Pantene Pro-V damage repair ampoules, $8 at pantene.com: Each package comes with five ampoules, and the formula is highly concentrated to restore moisture and shine. Once rinsed out, your hair is left feeling bouncy and voluminous.
5. Lush “R&B” hair moisturizer, $19 at Lush.ca: “Revive and balance” your hair with Lush’s hair moisturizer, which is made of olive, avocado, and coconut oils to not only leave your hair smelling delicious, but revitalized.
6. MoroccanOil intense hydrating mask, $32 at folica.com: Apply a teaspoon amount of product to your hair and after leaving in for 10 minutes, the hair is left feeling soft and manageable. Made of Argan oil, it deters humidity and frizziness.
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