Beauty, Empties, Reviews

Sweet Hair Mask

For Wen Sweet Almondmint ReMoist Intensive Hair Treatment

What it is:

A concentrated treatment that helps to strengthen and repair the hair.

Key Ingredients:

Water, cetyl alcohol, cetearyl alcohol, glycerin, shea butter extract, Matricaria flower extract, wild cherry bark extract, rosemary leaf extract, aloe leaf juice, sweet almond oil, jojoba seed oil, coconut oil, wheat protein, citric acid, menthol, fragrance, limonene, linalool.

How it feels/smells/looks:

A thick, white cream/balm texture that smells like Vic’s vapor rub with an undercurrent of sweet nuttiness, which I’m guessing is the almond oil. Since it was so thick, you need quite a bit to coat all of your hair strands.

Why I like it:

This is a once a week treatment (that I used more around once a month) that you put in your hair after shampooing. I would put this in my hair at night, put a sleeping cap on, and rinse out in the morning. It left my hair feeling soft, but now I wonder how drying it was with alcohol being the 2nd and 3rd ingredient. I enjoyed the hair mask while it lasted, but I will not be repurchasing. I found a scalp mask at Lush that I like better for less and more product. I think it’s double the product. It’s called Roots and I use that once a month as well, but it goes on before shanpooing. This hair mask was nice, but the ingredients list is troubling to say the least. Wen is more trouble than it  is worth for me. The products are usually great, but the customer service leaves much to be desired.

With Love <3
Beauty, Empties, Reviews

The Final Verdict: For Briogeo…Mask

For Briogeo Don’t Despair, Repair! Deep Conditioning Mask

Hair Mask

What it is: A deep conditioning hair treatment for dry, damaged hair.

Key Ingredients: This is chalkful of powerhouse nourishing oils, including avocado, sweet almond, agran, and rosehip. It also contains added vitamins for strengthening strands.

How it feels/smells/looks: The treatment feels and looks like regular medium thick white generic conditioner, but it smells like an almondy, coconutty vacation with a rosy lingering scent after rinsing.

Why I like it: While it failed to replace my Wen as a deep conditioner, I like it to replenish strands once a week after using a deep cleansing shampoo on top of my regular conditioner. I even used it to nourish strands between washings and as a defrizzer.

With Love,

Selena Hannah xoxoxo

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