As I may have mentioned on more than one occasion, I’m quite easy going when it comes to looking after my hair and normally just stick to the usual shampoo and conditioner routine. However in recent weeks I’ve definitely been actively seeking out products which will give me super soft, glossy locks! One of the products which has been newly introduced to my somewhat simple hair care routine is the Essential Rich Premier Ultra Honey Hair Mask.
I picked up a jar of the Essential Rich Premier Ultra Honey Hair Mask when I was in Hong Kong a few months ago. Having dyed my hair previously, the ends of my hair can easily become dry and brittle so a hair mask at least once a week should have been an integral part of my routine! Anyway, better late than never I suppose and since using the mask I’m starting to see the benefits.
To use, I slather a generous handful into freshly washed hair focussing mainly on the ends. I leave on for around 10 minutes before rinsing off thoroughly. I then let my hair dry naturally (about 80-90%) before finishing off with a blast from the hair dryer. Once completely dry, I’ve noticed that my hair feels like it has been coated in a layer of moisture without feeling heavy or greasy. It also gives a healthy shine and is so soft to the touch! The smell of honey is quite strong but this adds to the delight of using the mask. It’s certainly doing an excellent job of helping me to keep my hair in a more decent condition!
The Essential Rich Premier Ultra Honey Hair Mask cost around $62.90 HKD (approx £5.20) it can be bought from Sasa, Amazon or eBay.
Do you use a hair mask regularly? What’s your favourite mask?
Love Sophia xo
I bet its worth it if the results are good. I haven’t tried a mask before but conditioners are what I have been hooked to. I don’t mind trying it out and recommending it to others if it works for me.
You should definitely give hair masks a go! They’re more deeply hydrating than conditioners alone and I find the results to be more long lasting. 🙂
Hi, so my hair gets oily really fast and so I was wondering if you put this onto your roots? Thanks!
Hi, I tend to leave the roots and focus more on my ends where I experience most dryness. 🙂