All about the HAIR masks


When it comes to my hair, I would have to say that I  do neglect it quite a lot. I’m the kinda gal that will rely on hotel shampoo rather than taking my own, and tie those loose locks up rather than get all hot and bothered blow drying and straightening the mane. Well, things gotta change around here, and the first step comes on the form of hair masks.Welcome Miss Jessies’ Treatments -You gotta love Birchbox for introducing you to new products! DSC02589
I’m the never faltering advocator for trying products before you buy, and these hair treatment samples were perfect. These treatments work in the same way as other masks, by applying them to damp hair, leaving them on for around half an hour, then washing them out. The hardest part for me is remembering to actually use the stuff, and having the time to use it. These would be the perfect addition to a bath session – sadly I don’t have a bath any more but if you do *jealous* pop one of these masks on while you soak.

While my hair is more frizzy than naturally curly, these  treatments still left my dry unruly locks, soft, smooth, and definitely helped combat the humidity frizz, that curses your hair when you live in a hot climate. Thanks to the  Shea butter and avocado oil, working their magic, my hair became more manageable, radiant and nourished.

I’ve just got my paws on Phillip Kingsley’s Elasticizer too, so I’ll be reporting on that one shortly. My locks are thankful I’m finally paying them some attention – not promising I’ll be ditching the hotel shampoo just yet, but I’m getting there!


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