We Rounded Up the Best Hair Masks and Conditioning Treatments by Hair Type
Extract from Popsugar:
When your hair is desperately dry and damaged, there are times when a regular conditioner just won't cut it. If your ends are starting to fray, your colour is looking dull, or your curls are looking limp, then it's time to call on the big guns: hair masks and intensive treatments.
For Afro Hair Textures: Shedid & Parrish Deep Restoring Conditioner
The Shedid & Parrish Deep Restoring Conditioner (£27), might not say "mask" in the name, but that doesn't mean it doesn't seriously condition and coddle your hair — it's honestly one of the top three best deep conditioners we've ever used. The formula is absolutely beautiful because it's made with some of the best oils and butters for multitextured hair — olive oil, castor-seed oil, and shea butter. It deeply moisturises coils and kinks while having enough slip to easily detangle in the shower — which is basically our standard of how good a deep conditioner is.