The DIY mask that gives you glossy hair with ONE ingredient

All Soft Mega Sheet Mask, £8, Redken

Not only is this one of the funnest hair treatments we’ve ever tried, but this innovative sheet mask tackles frizz and deeply nourishes each strand.

Super Nourishing Coconut & Fig Hair Masque, £34.90, Coco & Eve

A triple whammy of naturally nourishing ingredients (virgin coconut oil, argan oil and shea butter) will transform your hair in one application, eliminating dryness and frizz. Plus, it comes with a handy brush helping you to distribute the mask evenly.

Strength Care Superfood Treatment, £18.55, Pureology

Superfood ingredients like goji berry extract and olive oil make this a delicious remedy for dry and dehydrated hair – and it’s 100% vegan to boot.

Perfectly Perfecting Wonder Overnight Recovery, £20, Percy & Reed
When washing, applying, waiting (and waiting), then washing out a hair mask seems like a bit of a chore, turn to this genius product. Apply to wet or DRY hair (seriously?), sleep in it without the worry of it soiling your sheets (whaaaaa?) and rinse out in the morning without having to use conditioner (yesss gurl). Snaps for Percy&Reed please.

Treatment Masque, £25, Ouai
Created by Jen Atkin, mega-babe hair stylisy to mega-babes Chrissy Teigen, Bella Hadid and the whole Kardashian crew, Ouai gives A-list hair at B-list prices. She’s even packed her restoring mask into individual servings for ease. What a honey.

Hydrating Mask Light, £31.25, Moroccanoil
If you’ve tried the original Argan oil from Moroccanoil, you’ll already know this brand is sent from the haircare Gods. As an extra treat, smooth this on for a mere 5 minutes to take yourself to hair heaven.

The Great Hydrator Moisture Mask, £14.50, Evo
Not only is this mask a wonder for colour damaged hair, but it also contains UV protectors to shield from sun damage. If you’re going on a 2 week beach holiday take this with you, and not too many smug Instagrams please

Frizz Ease Dream Curls Conditioner, £6.99, John Frieda
Soothes and adds shine to often troublesome curly hair, without weighing them down. A steal at only £6.99, we’d pay double that for the results. But don’t tell John Frieda that.

NouNou Nourishing Repair Mask, £19.45, Davines
Buttery and thick, your hair will feel better just looking at this tub. For optimum results, slather it on and wrap your hair in cling film while it gets to work. Makes for a hilarious selfie too.

No.3 Hair Perfector, £32, Olaplex
The third step in their game-changing treatment plan (the first two are in-salon only), this re-builds broken bonds in damaged hair. Best used on top of the first two, but also brilliant on it’s own.

Gold Lust Transformative Masque, £57, Oribe
We could bang on about how this nourishes, smooths and adds shine to hair (because it does) but instead we have to talk about the smell. OMG. You will be sniffing yourself all day. Strangers will be sniffing you. You won’t care because you’d sniff a stranger if they smelt like you did. DEE.VINE.

Overnight Hair Repair, £35, Sachajuan
The name might be complicated (it’s pronounced sash-ah-wan. We think…) but the application isn’t. Simply slap it on wet hair and leave it on overnight. No need to wrap (it won’t stain pillows), no need to rinse. Light enough to use on fine hair too.

3 Minute Miracle Reconstructor Deep Conditioner, £4.99, Aussie
Silky smooth, sweet smelling locks for under a fiver? Sign us up. The best the high street has to offer.

Coconut Breeze Elasticizer, £74.80, Philip Kingsley
It might sound pricey until you realise this bad boy is a LITRE serving of hair-saving goodness. The rich formula is perfect for thick or afro hair, and – added bonus – it smells like a Pina Colada. Doesn’t taste like one though, trust us.

Restore Mask Treatment, £37, Living Proof
Healing and strengthening without weighing hair down, this hard-working treatment works to rebuild from the inside out. If you need convincing, bear in mind the brand was co-founded by Jennifer Aniston (and her trend setting, head-turning, Brad-Pitt-dating hair). Need we say more?