The benefits of multi-masking for your skin are pretty well known. Separate patches of your skin may have varied needs, all of which can be tended to properly by multitasking. Interestingly enough, your hair is no different. Different sections of your hair need to be cared for differently.
The purpose of a hair mask is to revive damaged hair and restore it to its healthier self. Multi-masking makes sure that you are providing it with the right amount of moisture, strengthening ingredients and shine serums at the right spot. So, to up your hair masking game, here are some combos you can try depending on your hair type!
- Curly and frizzy hair
- Thin and greasy hair
- Colour-treated and weak hair
- Fine and limp hair
- Dull and coarse hair
Curly and frizzy hair
Dry and curly hair can very easily turn into a frizzy mess if not treated with love and care. Use a gentle, calming mask on the mid-lengths of your hair to tame the frizz. On the brittle ends, use an intense treatment mask like the Toni&Guy Damaged Repair Reconstruction Hair Mask to breathe new life into them. The salon-inspired formula of the hair mask also leads to less breakage caused by everyday brushing.
Thin and greasy hair
Just because you have thin hair doesn't mean your scalp is immune to buildup. Multi-masking can help your detox your scalp and moisturise the strands at the same time. Use an exfoliating mask on your roots to gently rid them of product build-up. For your mid-lengths and ends, use a moisturising mask to nourish your strands.
Colour-treated and weak hair
If you have colour treated hair, you can attest to the damage, breakage, and fading that it goes through overtime. The best way to mask colour treated hair is by covering it with a colour-safe shine mask all over and then following it up with a regenerating formula like the TIGI Bed Head Urban Anti-Dote Recovery Level 2 Conditioner from mid-lengths to ends to tackle the dryness. The conditioner is also known to reverse any heat damage your hair might have suffered.
Fine and limp hair
Fine hair texture already lacks the volume needed to make it look full. On top of that, an oily scalp can further weigh it down. Multi-mask this issue away by applying a purifying mask on the scalp to get rid of all the oil and product build-up and to strengthen the roots. Then, apply a volume-enhancing mask from the mid-length to the tips of your hair to give it a bouncy look and feel.
Dull and coarse hair
This hair type is in dire need of a multitasking session! Add some shine to your dull mid-lengths with a smoothening mask. At the same time, use a deep conditioning product like the Tresemme Botanique Nourish & Replenish Conditioner to treat the rough split-ends. Rich in vitamins A, B, C and E, the formula makes your tresses much more manageable after just a couple of uses!