Tame your Tresses with these At-Home Remedies

Nana Team
4 November, 2020

Whether you want to smooth your frizzy hair, undo the damage from heat styling and colouring or simply looking to maintain a healthier scalp, these tried-and-loved hair products will repair, cleanse and breathe life back into your hair. 

Briogeo’s Superfoods Nourishing Hair Rituals 

Hair craves the vitamins and minerals found in superfoods, so be sure to fill your shower with products that nourish your strands and scalp. Backed by healthy ingredients like matcha, kale, avocado and coconut, Briogeo’s Superfoods Nourishing Hair Rituals deliver nutrient-rich shampoo and conditioner formulas. Housed in cute juice bottle containers, Briogeo helps your hair drink its fruits and veggies! 

The Olaplex No. 3 Hair Perfector 

The Olaplex No. 3 Hair Perfector is a concentrated hair treatment suitable for all hair types and is a godsend for repairing damaged hair. This coveted hair treatment helps reduce breakage and restores natural shine back to your strands to give you nourished, smooth and soft-to-touch locks. For a fraction of the cost of a professional treatment, this DIY hair mask’s secret is a breakthrough technology in bond-building. 

GHD Heat Protect Spray

If you use any kind of heat styling on your hair — whether that’s a 10-minute speed blow dry after washing, or an hour using your favourite hair straightener – GHD heat protect spray is a must. Skipping heat protection is one of the biggest causes of dry hair, breakage and split ends, as it offers a layer of protection when using scorching temperatures on your hair. Plus,  this water-light product stuns with a fresh botanical scent.

Christophe Robin Cleansing Purifying Scrub with Sea Salt 

Scalp treatments went from being an embarrassment we pushed to the back of the shower to the prettily packaged bottles we brag about—and it’s for the better, since having a clean, hydrated scalp relates directly to healthy hair. While it might not be the shampoo you’re used to, this scrub cleanses your scalp of dead skin and product buildup, while also stimulating blood flow in the scalp. Meanwhile, you aren’t stripping your hair of all of the natural stuff that makes it gleam.

Amika Flash Instant Shine Mask 

Workaholics will rejoice withthis 60-second mask that instantly seals the cuticle while softening and hydrating strands for a silky, smooth finish. Plus, it’s packed with amino acids and UV filters to keep colour bold and vibrant. For fine or oily hair types, this mask can be used in place of conditioner, while for thicker or drier hair, it is best used after shampoo and conditioner.  

Oribe Imperial Blowout Transformative Styling Crème

Transitioning back from bleached hair to your natural hair colour normally leaves you with two completely different textures — dry, brittle ends and healthy roots, split mid-shaft. This crème adds enough moisture to the colour-damaged parts to help you fake healthy-looking hair without weighing down the virgin grow-out.

With just a small pump, you can get a sleek blowout or smooth waves and no greasy roots. Oribe’s amino acid complex mimics the proteins in the hair cortex while it smooths, moisturises, reinforces and protects your strands while you hit ’em with heat. 

Moroccan Oil Dry Scalp Treatment

There’s a reason why argan oil for hair has the nickname ‘liquid gold’. Extracted from the kernels of the argan tree, which is native to Morocco, it’s extremely rich in beneficial nutrients including fatty acids and vitamin E. Use it as a styling product by rubbing a small amount in your hands and run through your hair lightly. So as not to compromise on your hair’s volume, apply a thick layer before you shampoo. 

Ouai Super Dry Shampoo 

You can strip your hair of natural oils if you over-wash which is why Ouai’s Super Dry Shampoo comes in handy! It’s powdery but not white-casting, and absorbent in all the right ways, giving your third-day hair a just-from-the-salon look. Start spraying it about 6 inches away from your scalp on your part, then part it two inches away and spray, working your way around the oily areas, often around the hairline. Once you’re done spraying throughout, use your fingertips to rub it into the scalp and tousle the strands.

Share this article

You May Also Like

Beauty Tried & Tested Beauty Finds in Sephora Hong Kong 4 days by Nana Team Beauty 6 Hairstyling Tools Every Beauty Lover Should Have 4 days by Nana Team Beauty Best Mascaras for Asian Lashes 1 week by Veronica Yoo