The Best Hair Masks for Repairing Sun Damage

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The Best Hair Masks for Repairing Sun Damage

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Michela Marra | Thursday June 7th 2018

Last week, I got my haircut. I hadn’t planned on it at all, but made the last-minute decision because I was tired of looking at my burned out, dry ends. Partly to blame is my aggressive color – I am a bright hair color fanatic – and the other culprit is the strong sun, which, even just a few weeks into warm weather, has left my hair in bad shape. So, I decided on a radical change.

All I really need for my hair during the summer months is protection; protection from the wind, chlorine from the pool and salt from the ocean, right? Hard to say.  But this early on in the season we still have time to prevent a catastrophe. Just like your skin, your hair needs a beauty routine. It is not necessary to pack your vanity table full of all types of product, but the right shampoo and conditioner to see you through the first signs of change during the summer.

And because of the thermal aggression (your hair dryer is Enemy #1) there is one product you need to add your must-haves: a hair mask. Nourishing, hydrating, restoring and protecting: this is what you should be asking of your hair mask during summertime. If you can’t live without coloring your hair during the hottest time of the year, then a mask is a definite must to prevent your hair from completely losing its vitality, causing those frizzies to come every time the humidity rises.

Take a look at our favorite hair masks for fighting heat, humidity, and the general damage of days in the sun, approved by us here at ATPB.

Omega 9 Hair Mask RAHUA 


An oil base of Ungurahua, rich in Omega 9 fatty acids and made up of very fine molecules that penetrate into the strands and into the hair follicles, reconstructing and reinforcing the damaged hair. In addition, it is deliciously-scented thanks to the presence of the pure essential oils of lavender and eucalyptus.  

John Masters Organics Rose and Apricot Hair Milk 


Thanks to rose and apricot oil, it protects and nourishes your hair, combatting dryness and the frizz effect.

Camo Hair Mask di Kocostar


Rich in ingredients that provide a generous amount of protein to leave your hair elastic, this mask forms a layer over your hair cuticles that protects and stops further damage. This hair cap covers your whole head, fitting more comfortably than a traditional hair mask.

Alfaparf Precious Nature Sicily Mask 


A restructuring treatment specially designed for color-treated hair, it generates a shield that wraps around the hair, leaving it soft and protected from external agents.

Aveda Dry Remedy Moisturizing Treatment Masque 


Helps seal your cuticles, leaving your hair smoother and shinier thanks to the deep moisturizing complex with Buriti oil that leaves your hair hydrated.

Biopoint Cloth Mask With Reparative Treatment 


The thermo-steam hair cap heats up, encouraging the penetration of the active ingredients, for a high performance treatment that reconstructs and repairs damaged hair.

Davines Essential SU_Hair Mask 


It provides softness, hydration and shine even to the driest and dullest hair. For this reason, this is suitable for all hair types after sun exposure.

Davines The Renaissance Circle 


This reparative mask gives new life to your extremely destroyed hair, it is perfect for those who love the pool, or for those of you that are into outdoor sports.

GUM Supernova Cold Mask 


The regenerative treatment is designed for hair damaged by chemical treatments, coloring or thermal stress.

Paul Mitchell Marula Rare Oil Intensive Hair Masque 


Containing Marula oil, cold-pressed and very rare, it hydrates, softens and smooths dry hair, adding fullness to even the finest strands. Marula microspheres with prolonged release offer powerful antioxidants and long-lasting hydration over time to seal split ends and prevent damage while providing UV protection.

 

Credit ph: Vogue

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