Macadamia Deep Repair Masque

Sunday, 26 May 2013

Macadamia deep repair hair masque hair mask

Hi lovelies! I hope you're all enjoying this beautiful weather we've been having recently, we seem to be so lucky with the weather every bank holiday recently! Anyway I thought I would make the most of my time off before I start work on Tuesday and life gets a bit hectic, and get some reviews up to keep you all interested! 

When my Mum and Dad helped me move into my new home in London on Friday my Mum bought along this hair mask as a little treat so I could have a nice relaxing bath after all the stress of moving and unpacking (how nice!). 

You can buy this hair mask either in a little pot or you can buy it in these little sachets from the hairdressers as a little treat every now and again. I've tried this mask before and I loved it the first time but its just a little too expensive for me to buy a whole tub of it, but, if you're lucky, sometimes TK Maxx have reduced macadamia products! I popped in there today to pick up a few little home bits for my new room and saw that they had a couple of full size macadamia products on offer but they were still quite expensive! 

Macadamia say that this 'deep repair masque' is a combination of macadamia oil and argan oil, along with tea tree oil, chamomile oil, aloe and algae extracts to rejuvenate and rebuild the hair. This sounded like a great product for my hair, because anyone who knows me knows I love to use and abuse the hair straighteners regularly, not to mention the curlers, hairdryer and rollers for nights out...so its fair to say my hair is in a pretty bad way. 

I'm not sure how many uses you're supposed to get from this one sachet but the first time I used it I was a bit stupid and plonked it all on my hair because that's what I thought I was supposed to do. For me, that was a waste of product because I didn't need it all and then I had none left over to use. I think half a sachet would have been enough for my hair. My hair is about boob length (sorry there's no other way to describe it!) and its a mixture of thick and thin hair so I think for most people half a sachet would be enough. The only annoying thing is that you can't close the sachet so I was worried about the product drying out and going bad, so I put it in a little empty pot I had because I didn't want to waste such an expensive product. 

It says to comb this through wet hair and leave it on for at least 7 mins. I don't think that's an unreasonable amount of time for a hair mask so you could use it if you wanted a quicker shower, as some hair masks do tell you to keep them on for half an hour. But seeing as I spend hours in the bath anyway, I left it on for half an hour so it could really soak in. 

I was a bit worried that all the oil in this product would make my roots greasy as I do suffer from greasy roots and dry ends (I can't win!) but it didn't cause any problems at all for my hair. When I'd washed the mask off and blowdried and straightened my hair I was SO impressed with the results! My hair has never felt so soft and silky as it has when I've used this mask and it really did rejuvenate my hair and put some shine back into my hair, something which it's been missing for a while now. I'm so impressed with this product that I would definitely buy it again- it's that good that I wouldn't even think of shopping around and trying out other brands! 

Which hair masks do you love? Also, don't forget to enter my 150 follower giveaway! 


11 comments:

  1. Hiya,

    I got a fab travel set of Macadamia products from Look Fantastic that arrived yesterday - so excited to try them out! The mask sounds gorgeous - lovely review!

    Rebecca x
    cloudnineindulgence.blogspot.co.uk

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  2. They're so much cheaper on Amazon-- I got the Deep Repair Masque (16.9 oz) for $29 instead of the usual $52 and it's amazing!

    Jillicious Cosmetics

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  3. I have one of these sachet's and I can't wait to try it xx

    http://beautyqueenuk.blogspot.co.uk/

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  4. im sooo pleased i found your blog! been dying to try this and didnt know they done little samplers, will be on the hunt now, xx

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  5. This is my favorite hair masque, it's awesome. What a sweet thing of her to do :-)

    Love, Christine♥
    http://christineiversen.blogspot.com

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  6. I know I think the little sample sizes are great if you want to try out an expensive product but aren't sure if its worth it! Aw I know it was a great little moving in present :) xx

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  7. How gorgeous is this product,
    I love it, the oil is amazing too :)

    Love Kate at prettylittleus

    xxx

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  8. Your mammy is an angel! So thoughtful.
    I really want to try this out too.

    Thank you for sending me your link on twitter!
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    xoXo
    BreezeyBee Blog

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  9. Great review...I think it's expensive too so havent bought it yet however when I'm next at hairdressers will see if they have these sachets as I didn't know u could get them..a cheaper mask I find great is the lee Stafford hair growth xx

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  10. Love this stuff makes your hair feel so soft!
    Lots of love
    Laura xxxxx
    http://xteaseflutterpoutx.blogspot.co.uk/

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  11. Ooh I really want to try this, I've heard the entire range is amazing!! zz

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