Saturday, 18 February 2012

Want Beautiful Ends?

In general my hair is quite dry and very wavy, so once a week I like to give it some TLC by using a hair mask of some sort. I have to admit that sometimes I do get a bit lazy and don't take care of my hair as much as I should so I have decided that at least once a week if not twice I am going to use a mask regardless of how busy I am or how lazy I'm feeling. 

Many brands have their own intensive treatments so it was hard for me to decide what to go for so I thought I would start with the Herbal Essences beautiful ends Split End Protective Intensive Mask - for Dry / Damaged hair.  This mask retails from £4.07 for 200 ml from Boots but if you shop around you can usually get a good deal from your local supermarket. 

What Herbal Essences beautiful ends Split End Protective Intensive Mask claims to do: 
- Leaves your hair stronger against damage and keeps your hair
  feeling 'voluptuously velvety'.

How to use the mask:
- First pamper your hair with Beautiful Ends Shampoo. (I don't) 
- Lavish the mask from root to tip.
- Leave for 5 minutes.
- Then rinse out and use once a week. 

The beautiful ends Split End Protection Intensive Mask has a lovely fruity, summery scent with Red Raspberry and Silk Extract (not that I know what silk extract it supposed to smell like). Its of a thick consistency and it really leaves my hair smoother, silkier, and moisturised until the next time I wash it. It has made my hair more manageable and in general it has kept my hair in good shape. I find that I get around a months worth of usage I either leave it on for the 5 minutes recommended or leave it on over night and wrap my hair up in cling film for a really deep treatment. 

I definitely recommend this product for anyone that has similar hair type to me, its done wonders for me but I want to see if I can find something better (if there is) ! Does anyone have any suggestions ??? 

22 comments:

  1. I think I'll have to try this! I have really bad split ends as I have a habit for constantly running my fingers through my hair!

    Jen x
    http://kitsch-n-sync.blogspot.com

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    1. Its a really good one, at a great price x

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  2. Great review, I really need to start looking after my hair a bit better! I've only just found your lovely blog and am now a follower. :-) xx

    http://thebeautyoflouise.blogspot.com

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  3. Great review, and beautiful blog!
    Thanks for the lovely comment, I'm happy to follow you :)

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  4. seems like a good product...nice review .
    joined your site,will be happy if u can join my blog too..
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    1. Have joined... and thank you x

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  5. Looks good, might give it a go :) I usually use homemade hair masks, but I find Pantene repair & protect masks are really good :) I want to try a few from Lush too :)

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    1. Have you got a blog post on your home made masks???? Would love any suggestions ???

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  6. Hey Anika is this product available in India?? I haven't seen it so far !

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  7. sounds good. Thank you for sharing your review. :)

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  8. Great review!! Following you:)

    Kisses!

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  9. This looks great, i will defo try it, thanks! :) xx

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  10. love your blog! Juts followed ... Follow back and enter in my giveaway
    http://beautyfashionbyme.blogspot.com/2012/02/giveaway-thanks-for-great-followers.html

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