(ANOTHER) MUST HAVE FOR COLORED HAIR

And this particular one, comes in butter texture.

It had me at no parabens, alone. As you might already know, parabens can be found in hair products, as they’re known as preservatives. Just being precautious as I’m getting older, whenever I can help it, I chose a no parabens product.

And this hair mask from The Body Shop is one of my personal choice. It comes as a blessing for me, who would love to go to hair salon every week to get a hair spa, but (lately) my patience to sit down for hours seem to run out.

The Body Shop Rainforest Radiance Hair Butter for colored hair feels like a thick conditioner, smell like berries and rinsed out (surprisingly) easily with warm water. Some of the ingredients listed are pracaxi oil, bilberry extract and linseed oil to protect the colored hair from dullness and keep it shiny. I use it once a week in the shower after shampoo session. What I usually do, after I shampooed, I apply the hair butter and I let it soak for 5 minutes while I clean the rest of my body. I believe that’s more practical than having to get out of the shower, put on a hair mask and in to the shower again just to rinse your hair.

I love the lasting scent it left on my hair and it made my short, coarse, colored hair softer, easier to comb. As for the shine, it did show after blow drying. However, I recommend this for them who don’t expect any volumizing result. IMHO, it’ll work well for long hair and longing for those straight long locks.

 

 

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