Verb Hydrating Mask
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I use an expensive restoring or moisturizing conditioner. Usually Moroccan oil or Ouai. I use a mask almost every time I wash my hair for extra moisture or sleep in it overnight for a lot of repair.
I still haven't found my holy grail so I purchased the sephora hair rescue mask set so I could try a few masks I'd been looking at without breaking te bank on masks that just didn't do it for me.
This mask didn't do much for me. It was almost like a normal conditioner. It didn't leave me any softer, healthier, shinier or more manageable than a regular conditioner from the brands I usually use.
I wasn't particularly impressed as there was no drastic change or drastic moisture surge. It did however do its job to an extent so I can't hate it. Its just not worth the money and its not a holy grail item. Ive used drugstore hair masks that work better than this (aussie 3 min miracle anyone?)
So it smells decent. Clean and fresh. Not too strong. Nice minimalistic design. Secure bottle. Travel friendly. Moisturizes lightly. Probably great for super fine hair since it is so light and doesn't over moisturize or weigh hair down. Just like your regular moisturizing conditioner even if left in overnight.
It's not amazing like I said but it does do its job. I just don't think its for anyone who has super dry or damaged hair or who needs a lot of moisture.
Try living proof restore mask if you need something amazingly great like me. That's my new holy grail.
I don't recommend for everyone as I said but could work great for some.
Sold at sephora. Not going to break the bank like some of the really high end masks but its not exactly cheap either.
I really loved this product. It left the hair very smooth and nourished. It felt beautifully restored after having used it. I would recommend it.
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