Showing Your Hair Some Love

March 26, 2019

Have you ever woken up with just perfect hair? Us either! Especially as we color our hair, use products, get blow-outs, and just put our hair through environmental stress, we continuously damage the hair follicles, making it harder and harder for our hair to manage. What we need is MOISTURE. This is why we created the Good Hair Day Hair Mask. Use two-to-three times per week on your ends overnight and begin to see how you can create soft, supple, manageable hair. Restore the moisture balance to your hair by giving it the overnight treatment it deserves then wake up to many more Good Hair Days!

Directions: On clean wet or dry hair, take half-dollar size amount of Good Hair Day hair mask and work into ends of hair avoiding scalp. Leave treatment in hair overnight and rinse out in the morning. After the overnight treatment, feel free to wash and condition as usual, or just rinse out the mask. Use 2-3 times per week, as needed.



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