HERBAL ESSENCES HAIR MASK-Review

“Everything has beauty, but not everyone sees it.”
― Confucious

What’s small and smells like summer? It can just be Herbal Essences.
I was planning to buy a completely different mask. I went to the store with a goal and came back with another product.

Interesting thing is that I have never seen an advertisement for this mask or heard about it, I just found it on the shelf, squeezed between other Herbal products. The packaging looks tempting, with the flowers and this beautiful blue color.

HERBAL ESSENCES ARGAN OIL OF MOROCCO HAIR MASK

What’s this all about:

-repair mask
-specially crafted for damaged hair
-deeply hydrates and nourishes hair
-Multilayered scents of fizzy citrus, exotic spices & creamy vanilla
-paraben-free, colorants-free and paraffin-free
-pH-balanced and safe for color-treated hair

Their site is very interesting. There you can see what other ingredients this mask contains,they go into detail and I am very impressed.

Review

Mask smells like a bowl full of summer flowers. They say it smells like vanilla, but it’s not exactly, It`s a very good combination of ingredients I must admit.
Easy to apply and the texture is not too liquid.
I like this product because after it the hair is silky, easy to comb (which is one of the essential things for me).
I recently dyed my hair and put on this mask afterward it leaves the hair in really good condition.
I didn’t regret buying Herbal.

Published by Didi

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but often we look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one which has been opened for us.” -Helen Keller

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