Battle of the Hair Masks

Friday, 24 June 2016

Hair masks seem to popping up everywhere specially coconut hair masks and the great things they can do for your hair. I have tried a few different hair masks to see if I could notice any difference in my hair and to see what all the fuss is all about of course. So today I will be chatting about the benefits from using coconut oil in your hair and a few hair masks that are on the market...

All three of these hair masks pretty much offer the same results that I have listed below and all smell great the main difference between them is the ingredients used which I have also listed below. The process is to apply the mask/oils to your dry hair (Except for Hair & Me they say to apply to damp hair) and leave the treatment on your hair for as long as possible to gain the maximum benefits and really let the mask/oils soak into your hair follicles. When your ready to wash out you shampoo 2x and condition once and your hair should look and feel so much better. 

Benefits / Results
  • Adds Shine
  • Softens Hair
  • Helps with Split Ends and Breakage
  • Tames Flyaways & Frizz
  •  Helps Damaged & Brittle Hair
  • Cuts Hair Straightening and Styling Time Down
  • Soothes Dry & Itchy Scalps
 Hello Hair Island Escape Edition 100g $18.00AUD* - All-natural botanical extracts of lime, grapefruit, vanilla and coconut to fragrance. Pomegranate Seed Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Coconut Oil, Argan Oil, Olive Oil, Olive Leaf Extract and Castor Oil.

Hair & Me 90g $16.00AUD - 100% Raw Certified Organic Extra Virgin Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Prunus Amygdalua Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Macadamia integrifolia Oil, Simmondsia chinensis (Jojoba) Oil.

Lani 100ml $21.00AUD Roughly - Camellia Oleifera (Camellia) seed oil, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) oil, Aleurites moluccana (Kukui) nut oil, Macadamia Integrifolia (Macadamia) nut oil.

I have medium length hair that is fine, healthy and pretty straight. The results I had noticed with all three hair masks was that they made my hair look very shiny & healthy it was soft and it was also easy to manage/brush once dry. I did prefer the Hair & Me and the Hello hair mask over the Lani just for the fact you can put them in the fridge and get a more solid mask then the oil that goes everywhere. I think if I were to use a hair mask at least once a week for a few weeks I would notice more of a difference in my hair and it would also cut out the need for me to use a leave in conditioner. 

What are your thoughts on coconut oil hair masks? Beneficial for you? 
 * Products were gifted to me for consideration, all opinions are my own and I will always give my honest opinion.

12 comments

  1. I really want to try a Hello Hair mask! They sound so good! Lovely post! I dont really hear much about hair masks, but this was a lovely post!! <3

    Amelia | http://amelia-g.blogspot.com.au/

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    Vildana from Living Like V & Stalia Is BAE

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  3. I've not tried any hair masks before personally but I have heard a lot about how good coconut oil is supposed to be for your hair (and just about everything else!)

    Musings & More

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  4. I've never tried a hair mask like this but I know coconut oil in general has all of these amazing benefits. I think I like the sound of the last two masks the best, mainly just because I don't love the idea of castor oil in my hair mask!

    www.thesundaymode.blogspot.com.au

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    1. Thanks for reading Lovely, Coconut oil has some amazing benefits!

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  5. I have the Hair & Me one and I absolutely love it. I'll have to check out the Hello Hair one as well though! xx

    Jasmine / sweetaholic-beauty.com

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