Your skin needs daily hydration, but so does your hair

Hello my beautiful Gurollowers, I have been so busy this summer, but here I’m back with a very important tip to take care of your hair this summer.

The majority of us use a blow dryer, curler, or straighter on our hair. Using these tools very often, causes damage. Plus to add to all of these beauty tools, we have the damage of coloring and high lighting our hair.

I’m guilty for all of the above. I blow dry and curl my hair almost every day. This is the reason why my hair hydration is so important to keep my hair looking heathy and soft.

Through out the years I tried many different hair masks and I chose a few that I truly liked. Some are more expensive than others, but all of these were worth it and showed great results.

My favorite inexpensive mask is the Neutrogena Triple Moisture, you can use it every day and it won’t leave your hair sticky.

Another fairly inexpensive mask is the Mark Anthony Oil of Morocco. I use this one twice a week since it’s for deep conditioning which should be done less often so it doesn’t weigh on your hair.

In the mid price range, I really like the Living Proof Restore mask treatment. This mask feels pretty light on your hair, if your hair is oily, this might work the best.

My favorite expensive mask is the Kerastase Chronologist Mask. It is their newest and most advanced mask. It leaves my hair looking great and it is worth every penny.

Another pricer choice is the Kiehl’s Sunflower Color Preserving Deep Recovery Pak. It smells great and also leaves my hair soft without weighing it down.

Whatever your choice is, using a mask at least once a week will help your locks from looking dry and dull.

Enjoy your summer and I will catch up with you soon after my trip to Europe. I hope I will find great products there to share with you all.

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