Lush Jasmin & Henna Fluff Eaze Hair Moisturiser
Sunday, 12 February 2012
This is the second Lush post of the week... But I did get a MASSIVE haul which I will blog about next week probably wednesday. But as it is a Sunday and I am having a pamper session before I go to Snow Patrol.
When it comes to doing things I am sometimes a bit like a bull in a china shop... I brought myself the Jasmin and Henna Fluff-Eaze Hair Moisturiser £11.95 for 220g. So it was only half way through using this that I realised I had only put a fraction of what it says to put on. I thought it would work with the same concept of the face mask and you just need a little bit. But it does state: Use: 1/4 pot for very short hair, 1 whole pot for very long hair and 1/2 a pot for in between. Despite this I am going to blog on the difference that it made even thought I didn't put the recommended amount on.
I think I only put a scooped cup full onto my hair in total. I rubbed it into my hair and then left my hair for about 30mins until I washed it off with a shampoo and then conditioned it. My hair smelt amazing... lots of people have been complimenting the smell and it is strong - so if you aren't a fan of dense smells then probably not for you. But if you have read my blogs then you'll know I have dry and knotty hair so I am always on the hunt for 'cure' products.
This did make my hair feel soft and gave it an extra bounce, so i'll be keen to see what it'd be like if I used it once a week for about a month with the recommended amount. It contains jasmine, brazil nut, olive oil, yang yang oil, wheatgerm oil, jojoba oil, almond oil, coconut oil, hemp oil, soya oil and castor oil. With is probably why my hair was so soft afterwards as people are always hyping about the hair oil trend this one is a gooden to add to the collection.
Has anyone tried any of their other hair masks out???