In Rotation: Hair Masks

Sometimes, we neglect the thing we love the most, then we get mad when they turn on us. What am I talking about? Hair, that's what! What that really means in that we have to feed it, nourish it, love it, and it will improve the predictability of how our hair should behave - theoretically! There's no harm in trying, right?
So, in a bid to tame the wild tresses, here's what I've been piling on them:

Natura Siberica Oblepikha Mask for Dry and Normal Hair * - I absolutely adore the scent of this one! This has a thick, butter-like texture, and while the wait can be a little lengthy compared to some of the others I've got on the go at the moment, it's worth it! You can read more about it here.

Alterna Caviar Repair Fill and Fix Treatment Masque * - I've been really liking this one recently and you can read more about it here. This one only takes 3 minutes out of your daily routine, which gives you just about enough time to shave your legs and scrub your body down.

L'Oreal Elvive Total Repair 5 Instant Miracle * - Feeling time poor and rushed, but still wanting to look good? This little baby will only set you back 1 minute, but leave you with hair that feels like you've had a mask on it for ages. Repair the damage to your hair in a flash!

Mad for Keratin Hair Treatment - This is a cheapie, but a goodie, from Kmart! It comes in a little foil pack that has a screw top, so it's not a one use only product, and while a 5 to 10 minute wait can be a while, particularly when it's cold in the shower, you can consider using this in the bathtub to get a bit more out of a pamper night. This doesn't weigh the hair down, and it makes the hair soft to touch.

As you can see, I can't seem to get enough of them! Long hair issues - the struggle is real!

Do you use any hair masks? What's your favourite?

* These products were provided for my consideration, but my opinions remain my own