When it comes to hair I am all about long luscious and glossy locks but having put mine through hell and back over the past year or so it is not currently in the best condition. I have been reasonable (and brave) having my hair chopped off in an attempt to grow back super duper healthy hair and I am acknowledging that my hair needs to be cared for. Despite what hair type you have, and speaking as someone who has coarse, thick and dry hair taking care and treating your barnet to regular nourishing treatments is a must if you want the finest of results. I have recently repurchased this trio of preening products so decided to share my opinion on them. Look out for special offers as Avon usually do great deals, especially on their hair care.
SHAMPOO & CONDITIONER
These products are typical of the average shampoo and conditioner however they do cleanse the hair effectively whilst leaving it feeling smoother and nourished. I did expect the formula to be really heavy at first but was pleasantly surprised to discover it was not at all and I am sure it will work well on most, if not all hair types. I do not solely use this brand as I am a loyal fan of Tresemme Salon Silk but I find that switching things up often enhances the effectiveness of all. Both the shampoo and conditioner smell the same as the other Avon ones I have previously used.
I love this hair mask. I am on a journey to growing a happy and healthy head of hair so a weekly treatment providing moisture and strength is always a winner but whatever hair type you have, it is important to use a hair mask/deep conditioner once in a while. Avon advises to apply the mask from root to tip but I would always suggest to generously use the product on the lengths and ends. Leaving the mask on for 3-5 minutes will suffice but I am a conditioner junkie and leave it on for as long as possible which is usually approx 45 mins. I can see this mask having it's own little place in my bathroom for time to come and I can quite merrily recommend it to any of you.
LEAVE IN OIL
I can not compare this to other oils as I have not used any but I see this product to be more of a serum. I have been using it on damp hair and more recently on dry hair. Again like the mask I do not apply this to my roots, despite having dry hair I am always cautious of making them greasy. The oil comes in a 30ml glass pump bottle which easily controls how much product you want to use which means no waste. A reasonably priced oil that provides results.
Do you use moroccan oil? What products do you use?