Thursday, November 12, 2015

Reclaim Your Hair--Honor Haircare Dry Solution Moisturizing Mask (Review)

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Honor Haircare Dry Solution Moisturizing Mask

What we do to beautify our hair like coloring, perming, straightening to using hot styling tools every day to enjoying summer activities can dry and damage the condition if you’re not careful.  However, I discovered a way to help your hair bounce back from ugliness–and it’s called the Dry Solution Moisturizing Mask from Honor Haircare.

This is a very moisture-intense deep conditioner that is infused with nourishing oils like safflower oil, shea butter, argan oil, olive oil, avocado, coconut oil, wheatgerm and rosemary oils.  The formula also has pathenol, and wheat, collagen, and silk proteins to strengthen and assist in hair rejuvenation.

My own dry, color-treated hair happened to be suffering and in need of deep conditioning when it arrived.  It was dull, somewhat hard, lacked its usual shine and bordering on brassy since it was also nearly time to recolor.

Upon opening this jar, you will love how the delicious vanilla cookie type smell that radiates from inside. However, you will love the results even more once you give your hair a treatment.  

The company recommends three to five minutes but I left this stuff on my towel-dried, freshly washed hair about an hour one morning.  Since no one was here to see me in this state, I decided to get the most I could out of this mask and wrapped some plastic wrap over my head before fashioning a turban out a towel to reap all its benefits.

When I finished styling later in the day, my hair was softer, more lustrous and easier to manage.  Hating the condition of your own hair and wanting to restore the feel and look of it, I suggest visiting Honor Haircare and checking out the Dry Solution Moisturizing Mask ($49.95).

1 comment:

Brenda said...

Sounds like a great product, especially since it smells like a vanilla cookie! My hair is really dry here in CA. This sounds like a good product for me.