REVIEW: Herbal Essences hair mask for dry/damaged hair




Over the past few years I have come to realise that I don't care for my hair as much as I should do. I went through a phase of dying it, I hate getting it cut  (gross I know) and I rarely use heat protection spray. This has left my hair a bit drier than I would like so I opted for Herbal Essences beautiful ends split end protection intensive mask for dry/damaged hair. Obviously it doesn't get rid of your split ends but it sure does make them softer and less visible.

It is really easy to use. You apply it all over your hair focusing on mainly the mid-lengths and tips and then leave it for up to 5 minutes to work it's magic. Then wash it off. It's as simple as that. The only issue is that you can only use it once per week so it doesn't leave you hair feeling luxuriously soft for the rest of the week. However this may be different if you use the shampoo and condition to go with it which I don't.

As for the smell, it's supposed to smell that raspberries which I don't really think it does but things never really smell like what they say on the packet, do they? It does smell really sweet and you can actually smell it on your hair once you've used it which is a plus as I often use products and the smell just doesn't last.

Overall it is a good product but I would prefer something that you can use more often. Have you used it? What do you think?

Comments

  1. I bought this recently and love it! it leaves my hair feeling really soft and in better condition afterwards, but I wish it stayed that way for the rest of the week too!
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    1. I know right! I just want my hair to be so soft all week x

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  2. i love hair masks at the moment, definitely going to give this a go- especially if it's raspberry scented! xx

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    1. I definitely recommend it - it smells so lovely! x

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