5 Deep Conditioning Hair Products for Luscious Locks

by Carissa Wong
LIFESTYLE  |  March 26, 2019
  • Can’t run through your hair without getting stuck in tangles? Try these deep conditioning hair products for smooth and silky hair.
    1 / 6 Can’t run through your hair without getting stuck in tangles? Try these deep conditioning hair products for smooth and silky hair.

    With Singapore’s heat and humidity, and that constant washing from working out, it’s common to find knots in your hair. Instead of harshly pulling through them with a brush that might cause breakage, try these hair products that will condition and smoothen your hair cuticles.

    (Also read: 9 Hair Masks Under $25 That Will Smooth Out Dry, Frizzy Hair)

    Read more
  • Loreal Elvive Extraordinary Oil Red ($26.90)
    2 / 6 Loreal Elvive Extraordinary Oil Red ($26.90)

    This lightweight oil might not have a fancy bottle or price tag, but its sturdy glass bottle contains six rare flower oils that will nourish your hair. Simply take a pump and apply it to your hair, concentrating on the ends. Your hair will feel silky smooth, look shiny, and smell great. Plus, this non-sticky formula doesn’t leave any heavy oil residue on your hands or hair.

    Where to buy: Guardian

    (Also read: 10 Ways Argan Oil is Good for Your Hair and Skin)

    Photo: Loreal

    Read more
  • Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair Deep Conditioning Mask ($53)
    3 / 6 Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair Deep Conditioning Mask ($53)

    A top-rated product in Sephora, this Briogeo mask really does live up to its claims. The pleasantly scented cream is thick, which makes it coat and stick to your hair well. Apply a small scoop to your ends and leave on for a few minutes. When you rinse off, you’ll notice how smooth your hair feels.

    Where to buy: Sephora

    (Also read: 5 Reasons Behind Your Bad Hair Days)

    Photo: Briogeo

    Read more
  • Merito Certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil ($12.50)
    4 / 6 Merito Certified Organic Virgin Coconut Oil ($12.50)

    Coconut oil is a cult favourite because of how accessible and affordable it is. And because of the fact that it actually works. Some people use coconut oil on their face, but due to its high cosmogenic rating, experts recommend using it on your hair instead. The thick oil penetrates the hair shaft, conditioning it from deep within. This makes a cheap and good overnight hair mask. It can be massaged into the scalp to promote healthy hair growth too.

    Where to buy: Fairprice

    (Also read: Is Coconut Oil Really All That It’s Hyped Up To Be? Find Out The Truth Here)

    Photo: Merito

    Read more
  • Starskin Coco-Nuts Nourishing Coconut Hot Oil Hair Mask ($16)
    5 / 6 Starskin Coco-Nuts Nourishing Coconut Hot Oil Hair Mask ($16)

    For an extra kick, try a coconut oil product that is infused with other effective ingredients. This Starskin coconut oil hair mask contains coconut oil, seed oil, rosehip oil, sea buckthorn fruit oil, and evening primrose oil to deeply moisturise your hair. After applying the mixture to your hair, you can wrap it in the cap provided. This will help to trap heat and contain all the oils, making the absorption more effective. Shampoo thoroughly after use.

    Where to buy: Sephora

    (Also read: 6 Beauty Uses of Coconut Oil)

    Photo: Starskin

    Read more
  • Olaplex No. Three Hair Perfector ($44)
    6 / 6 Olaplex No. Three Hair Perfector ($44)

    This product is used in salons because it truly works. When you bleach your hair, your hair’s moisture is striped and the chains in your hair are broken, weakening the cuticles drastically. Olaplex is used as a treatment and wash alongside bleach, to repair your hair. The at-home treatment will add health and strength back into your lifeless locks to make them look fresh again.

    Where to buy: Various salons in Singapore or at Sephora

    (Also read: I “Botoxed” My Frizzy Hair and it is Now Smoother Than Ever)

    Photo: Olaplex

    Read more

HIGHLIGHTS