I felt I needed to give my hair a deep treat type of treatment, to put moisture back into my hair and I have not used a hair mask for my hair since my 20’s. Unfortunately, I can’t remember the hair mask I used then, but I remember it being very good.
The hair mask I treated myself to this time, was the Garnier Ultimate Blends Smoothing Hair Food Coconut and Macadamia, for £5.50, from my local supermarket. This one is for frizzy and unruly hair.
It’s a 3-in-1 hair mask. You can use it as:
- A conditioner
- A mask
- A leave in
I used this as a mask and using it this way, it says on the package to leave in for 3 minutes. But I left it for 5 minutes. You use it in place of your usual conditioner.
It was easy to apply. Felt nice and smelt nice.
Once left in my hair for my preferred time, I rinsed my hair well.
I then used my usual heat protection spray, before blow drying my hair and, I left my hair down that day.
I did not use my Creightons Frizz No More on this ocassion, as I wanted to see how good this was for my hair. I could smell the fragrance of it still in my hair. I was even surprised that I still could smell a hint of it in my hair the day after.
Whenever I use this again, I shall use this as a hair mask and use it once a week, or once a fortnight. So this 390ml tub will last me a nice while and so I feel it was worth the money. Especially as my hair felt and looked great. So I totally recommend it.
On the tub it says vegan formula. But it doesn’t have the vegan trademark, like some companies would have to go that one step further to highlight their vegan friendly products.
The review is my own personal opinion and I have not been asked to review this product.
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