A quick way to achieve a glam hairstyle is to go through chemical treatments and heat styling; however, these slowly leave us with damaged tresses. In fact, even simply going out and being exposed to the sun can already cause hair breakage.

Let your hair recover by skipping bleaching, coloring, and other similar processes for the time being. You can give it a boost by using hair masks. We recently got our hands on the V&M Naturals Voila! Locks Deep Repair Hair Masque (P580), and it does prove that using the right product and being patient with your tresses really pay off. 

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After applying shampoo, leave a generous amount of hair mask on your towel-dried hair for five to seven minutes (that's equivalent to a song or two). The revitalizing treatment then seeps into the strands and reconstructs the rough spots and breakages.

V&M Naturals Voila! Locks Deep Repair Hair Masque contains emu oil, coconut oil, keratin, sunflower oil, chamomile extract, macadamia nut oil, oat protein, argan oil, and canola oil, treating your hair with natural and safe products. These deeply nutritive oils target everything from the scalp to the tips. You may think that the oils will leave your hair, well, oily, but the product actually gives just the right volume and softness.

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Consistently using it at least once to twice a week resulted in nourished strands and rehydrated hair. 

But don't feel left out if you're not that into coloring or curling and your hair isn't really brittle or damaged, this product is still great in amping up moisture in your strands—plus it smells nice, too!

You can shop for V&M Naturals products online or at their kiosks in SM Megamall and Ayala Malls The 30th.

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