K-BEAUTY CURATOR KSISTERS UNVEILS DIY HAIR MASK

The idea of creating your own home spa experience has never been so attractive, now that staying home has become the new normal during the COVID-19 pandemic. A simple act of self-care—the deliberate act of boosting your physical, emotional, and mental health, can be more beneficial than you think. And it can be as simple as taking a coffee break from work, as active as a 15-minute high-intensity workout, or as luxurious as a long soak in the bathtub.

The two-step hair masks come in pastel pink boxes.

KSisters, one of Asia’s most prominent online curators of Korean skincare, makeup, and lifestyle goods, knows this well. The platform’s founder Jungmin Lee has recently debuted Jung Beauty with the 2-Step Steaming Hair Spa—a fuss-free hair mask formulated for all hair types.

Designed to restore hair to a state of silky smoothness, the two-step hair mask offers an easy stay-home alternative to your salon appointment. The first step involves coating hair with a creamy, lightweight mask that emits a rose-scented steam to help ingredients penetrate into the hair shealth.

Hydrolysed keratin helps to increase the tensile strength of one’s hair, while silk amino acids seal moisture into one’s locks. In addition, coconut oil deeply hydrates hair and replenishes proteins lost during colouring and bleaching.

Meanwhile, step two is a leave-in treatment essence boasting keratin-locking abilities to ensure prolonged effects of the hair spa.

Perfect especially for those battling damaged hair, the mask promises to leave one’s mane smooth and moisturised for days.

The Jung Beauty 2 Step Steaming Hair Spa retails at $50 for a box of 5 pieces, available at Ksisters.

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