A few weeks ago I went to action to get some cutting boards, but you can never leave action without taking something home you werent planning to take home. Thankfully this time my eye fell on something extremely cheap (mind you everything is cheap, but this was super cheap). It was an aloë vera scent hairmask for only €0,69.
The other day I finally found some time to try it out, and to be honest, my expectations were not that high, only judging by the price. Also, my hair tends to be on the dry side, so I usually have some more “heavy duty” stuff.
A closer look
The Ingredients: Aqua, Cyclopentasiloxane, Behentrimonium Chloride, Polyglycerin-10 Stearate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Panthenol, Cyclohexasiloxane, Glyceryl Undecylenate, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Parfum, Isopropyl Alcohol, Sodium Chloride,Sodium Acetate, Polyquaternium-10, Phenoxyethanol
To be honest, I am not an ingredient connaisseur, so for me it’s just a list of long words, but some of you might find it important to know what’s in there.
The instructions: Tie your hair up in a ponytail and tear the mask open along the perforated line. Turn the mask inside out and put your hand inside like a glove. The place the mask around your hair and pull the mask down. Tie the ends of the mask together, massage it into your hair and then leave it in for 15-20 minutes. Then thoroughlyrinse with warm water.
Alright, sounds easy enough.. SO here we go!
Final thoughts, and the result
After leaving the mask in for about 20 minutes I went ahead to rinse it out. I was actually expecting some kind of conditioner feel while rinsing it out, but it actually didn’t feel like anything. Brushing my hair afterwards was not easier either.
So in all, it wasn’t really a succes for me, but then again, it was only €0,69. Maybe it works when using it once a week or something. But I think I will just stick to my regular routine.
I did take a selfie in the mirror to see the end result. But again, not any different than what my hair usually already looks like.
Well, that’s it for now!