3 Must-Have Hair Masks For Natural Hair

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For those of you who are transitioning or even natural hair veterans, it can be hard knowing what products to use - there’s so much to choose from! Masks are integral to the overall health of your hair but unfortunately it's a trial and error process to find which ones work on your hair. To help you on that journey, here are a few we’ve tried and tested and can confidently say work well!


Shea Moisture Manuka Honey & Yogurt Hydrate + Repair Protein Power Treatment

If you suffer from dry hair or heat/chemical damage then this is a life changer! This mask fortifies weak hair strands and promotes healthy hair overall. For those of you who regularly wear protective styles like braids, this is a great pick-me-up for when your hair needs TLC.


Aunt Jackie's Fix My Hair Intensive Repair Conditioning Masque

This conditioning mask is a must-have if you’re looking to restore damaged hair strands. The carrier oils restore shine and it leaves your hair looking and feeling so soft afterwards! Detangle with the mask in for ultimate ease.



Joico Moisture Recovery Treatment Balm

This mask is truly a holy grail! It works immediately to deeply condition and nourish the hair and features natural moisturising elements from the ocean to help restore hair’s hydrolipidic barrier and prevent dehydration. It also helps to keep frizz at bay - which we love!

 

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  • Posted on by Funmilola Ola

    Hi Chris

    I do agree with Deborah above have you seen example of how the above flourish its time with you guys on board to shine.

    The coloured continent needs to shine through and it is about us owning like you guys do your production and supporting our local bountifully to let them excel we can so it .

  • Posted on by Deborah Rosanwo

    Dear Christelle,
    Thank you for the hair tips. In keeping with sustainability and supporting black businesses( which is why I faithfully support yours) I do feel that you should showcase black owned hair products. We can do this! Shea Moisture used to be African and of course it was bought over. Let us all turn our dollars over in the community like the Indians, Chinese and Jews do.
    Love and Thank You,
    Deborah.

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