Each person’s hair has specific needs to be cared for, hair masks act as treatments that help hair feel and look healthy, while working to improve strength and structure. Discover the superpowers of hair masks
Masks are like an elixir for our hair. Day after day hair is exposed to hair dryers, straighteners, chemical treatments like dyes and bleach, UV rays, the summer heat and the cold and humidity and the winter. Read about what a hair mask is and why it is important to add to your routine, and how to apply it.
Follows these easy steps:
The leave-in time is crucial for the efficacy of hair treatments. Ten minutes is the average, but this may vary: always read the directions for use on the product or on the Davines site. Or find out here below which mask is best for you, based on how much time you have!
If you're in self care mode, you can dabble with every type of mask. We always recommend taking a full spa day at home - alone or with your favourite people - to take care of your personal well-being. Click below to browse our full collection of hair masks.
If you're short on timer, choose a quick application mask such asThe Quick Fix: suitable for all hair types and most importantly, works in just five minutes! Try it to believe it.
Using too much product will not boost results, but may make it harder to rinse out! Put the right amount of mask on based on:
Usually, masks are applied to the lengths and the ends. But there arespecific treatments for the scalp too, like The Purity Circle, our bamboo charcoal mask formulated for people with very oily hair, or those who live in polluted areas and wish to help regenerate their scalp.
Why not try hair multi-masking?
Using masks for areas that have different needs, try The Purity Circle on your roots and scalp and layer a restorative mask like The Renaissance Circle on lengths and ends. This will also help prolong the duration of your hair treatments by using them where they are needed most!
Excellent question! Generally speakingtwice a month, but the right frequency depends on the your hair's needs, the number of times you wash it and the products you use in between. The packaging of Davines masks - or the product data sheet on the website -provides the directions for use: we suggest using these as your starting point!
But to be to follow a hair routine that feels right for you, give yourself time to experiment and “listen” to your hair: when it starts to feel brittle or in need of care, immediately apply a treatment and make a note on your calendar. Then, keep track of how things evolve to understand how long the effect of the mask lasts on your hair. It could be a week, or even longer.
If you still have doubts, your Davines hairdresser can help you understand how frequently you should apply the mask. The next time you go to the salon, do not hesitate to ask for advice.