How Often Should You Use A Hair Mask

dry hair How Often Should You Really Use A Hair Mask?

Timing is everything.

Masks are making a comeback these days — especially in your beauty routine. From face masks to foot peels, there’s one for every part of your body and that includes your hair. Hair masks are a great way to provide your strands with a dose of rehydration. But while you may know how to apply hair masks, getting the best results comes down to knowing how often to use a hair mask and what kind is best for your hair type. Below, we’re sharing our tips to the perfect masking frequency and choosing the right hair mask to refresh and rejuvenate your strands.


Can You Use Hair Masks Every Day?

If you’re obsessed with healthy, moisturized locks like us, you’re probably tempted to use a hair mask every day. But honestly, this beauty staple works best when used once or twice a week. Since your hair can only hold so much hydration, once it reaches its maximum levels any product you apply on top of that isn’t actually helping your hair— only weighing it down. Not to mention, you may just end up wasting product, which isn’t great for your wallet or the environment. 


Hair Masks Vs. Deep Conditioner: What’s The Difference

While the benefits of hair masks and deep conditioners can be very similar, they both have key differences. Typically, deep conditioners are used more often than a hair mask. For example, when your strands are extra dry or really in need of some care, you can swap your regular conditioner for a deep conditioner. On the other hand, regardless of the state of your hair, you’ll only want to use a mask no more than a couple of times a week.


How To Choose The Best Hair Mask For You 

No matter what hair concerns you’re dealing with, we have the right hair mask to help you get your strands back on track.

If you’re dealing with brassy strands:
The L’Oréal Paris EverPure Sulfate-Free Anti-Brass Purple Mask Treatment will restore order to your mane. This salon-quality mask is formulated to refresh blonde, colored hair and eliminate brassy tones from your strands. As a result, hair is nourished, and your hair color is refreshed. Pair it with the  L’Oréal Paris EverPure Blonde Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Blonde Conditioner.


If you’re dealing with damaged strands:

The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Power Restore Multi-Use Treatment can help whip your strands back into shape. Formulated to repair the hair fiber of extremely damaged hair, this luxurious offering conditions, penetrates, and renews broken fibers for healthy-looking hair. Pair it with the L'Oreal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Repairing Shampoo and L'Oreal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Repairing Conditioner.


If you’re dealing with dry hair:

The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Dream Lengths Super Curls Cream Leave-In will rise to the occasion. This offering works to hydrate dry, curly hair leaving you with bouncy and defined curls. Pair it with the L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Curls Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris Elvive Extraordinary Oil Curls Conditioner.


If you’re dealing with dull hair:

The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Damage Erasing Balm Rinse-Out Mask is just what you need. This rich formula instantly penetrates hair to restore strength and brilliance strand by strand.

Pair it with:  L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair and Defend Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris EverPure Repair and Defend Conditioner.


If you’re dealing with weak hair:
The L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total Repair 5 Damaging Erasing Balm will revitalize your mane. This rinse-out hair mask works to repair the five signs of damage: split ends, weakness, roughness, dullness, and dehydration. When used as a complete system, the mask reverses damage.

Pair it with: L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total 5 Repairing Shampoo and L’Oréal Paris Elvive Total 5 Repairing Conditioner or L’Oréal Paris EverPure Sulfate Free Bond Strengthening Color Care Shampoo and the L’Oréal Paris EverPure Sulfate Free Bond Strengthening Color Care Conditioner.


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