Sunday, 30 June 2013

Loreal Total repairing masque for damaged hair

Hey everyone,

       How are you all doing? Today, I have the most amazing hair product with me, to talk about. It's a hair mask by Loreal Paris. It's named Total Repairing Masque and I got the one for damaged hair. First of all, I love the packaging of this product. You can see below, why.


     It's this deep red colour of the cap that caught my eye a couple months back. I was looking for a conditioner at the super market when I saw this sitting right next to the shampoos and conditioners. I read that it "fights 5 signs of damage" and it had me there. The five signs of damage that it fights are hair fall, dryness, roughness, dullness and split ends.


 As a victim of great hair fall, I thought I'd give this a try. I've been using it for two months now and can definitely notice changes. I don't use this every time I wash my hair but I definitely use it once a week. I use shampoo and conditioner like I normally would and after that, put this all over my hair and tie up my hair into a bun. It says you only need to put it on for two minutes but I give it a good five minutes and then rinse it off.
My hair never felt softer and shiny. Every time I use it, I can't stop touching my hair. I'm just a little upset about my hair fall, as it did not do much for that. It did help a little but I'm not yet satisfied.


Inside, it is this really creamy texture like any other conditioner or hair mask. As far as the smell goes, I think that's another reason why I fell in love with this product. I can't really describe the smell but trust me, you'll just love it. I've noticed that when I put my hair into a bun with the product on, my hair locks in the smell and keep smelling like it for at least two days which is also amazing. I did mention this product in my last video. I highly recommend this product for people suffering with dry and damaged hair. I got this for Rs. 325.

If you try this product out, do let me know if you like it. I'd love to read from you. I'll see you all in my next post. :)