If you haven’t tried multi-masking before it’s basically when you use a few different masks at the same time to combat various skin or hair concerns. It makes sense seeing as your scalp could be prone to one thing but your ends could be telling a totally different story. Multi-masking can be a tricky thing to figure out though, so to help you on your way we’ve grouped together our favourites depending on your type of concern.
For thin hair
For thin hair it’s important to cleanse properly in order to remove any excess oils that could be weighing down your locks and to promote healthy hair growth. The Charles Worthington Thicker and Fuller Scalp Tonic would be a perfect step for you as it’s enriched with organic pea sprout that works to lengthen the growth cycle of your hair. As for your lengths, we’d suggest the Nanogen Thickening Mask which also promotes hair growth and will help to bulk up your strands giving you some much needed volume.
Dry and itchy scalp
An itchy scalp can be super annoying and you definitely don’t want to use something that’s too harsh as it will only aggravate your skin further. We would suggest using the Keracare Dry Itchy Scalp Glossifier to soothe and eradicate any itchiness. This mask will also help to combat dandruff so if you’re struggling with that too it’s a great go-to. Often a dry scalp is coupled with dry lengths, so we’d suggest the TRESemme Keratin Ultimate Smooth Mask to nourish your hair and leave it looking super healthy.
For hair growth
If you’re trying to grow out your hair there are a few masks you can use to stimulate growth. We love the Grow Gorgeous Back Into The Roots 10 Minute Stimulating Scalp Mask to promote healthy hair growth and to cleanse any product buildup in your hair follicles. For the rest of your locks it’s really important to keep it in good condition to avoid getting split ends and having to lose length. We’d go for the Charles Worthington Strength & Repair Longer & Stronger Hair Masque on your lengths to reduce breakage and protect your hair from any further damage.
For naturally curly hair
To boost your curls to their natural potential we would opt for the Salon Science Hydrafoliant Scalp Scrub AquaCacteen to cleanse any product buildup at your roots which can lead to an itchy scalp in thicker hair types. For the rest of your hair use the L'Oreal Elvive Curl Nourishment Oil Curly Hair Mask as it’s super rich and moisturising, making your curls really shiny and full.
For oily hair
If you constantly have oily roots then a deep cleanse once in a while can do wonders for your scalp and leave your hair looking super fresh. The new L'Oreal Elvive Clay Oily Roots Pre Shampoo Mask would be perfect for you! Just apply it directly to your roots and make sure to get a really even coverage so that it can soak up all the excess oils. Afterwards, use the Lee Stafford Sea Salt Mud Mask on your lengths to cleanse and rejuvenate. This mask works really well for oily hair as it’s not too heavy and won’t weigh down your tresses.
For coloured hair
Sometimes after bleaching, your scalp can be a little bit sore so we’d recommend the Garnier Ultimate Blends Oat Milk Sensitive Scalp Hair Mask. Its delicate formula will help to combat any areas that are irritated and calm any redness . For the rest of your hair use the L'Oreal Botanicals Coriander Fragile Hair Strengthening Hair Mask as it will help to restore your hair leaving it feeling stronger and less prone to damage.
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