Milkshake Active Milk Mask

Saturday, 13 July 2013


Hi Ladies! I feel like I'm being such a bad blogger at the moment as I just haven't had the time to keep my blog updated with work and a few busy weekends, hopefully nobody will be too annoyed! I've recently been getting really into hair masks to keep my hair soft and smooth and I find that they really help to repair some of the damage that my GHD addiction causes. 

I received this Active Milk Mask by Milkshake in my LDN Bloggers Party goodie bag and was really excited to try it as I've never got the chance to try any Milkshake products before, and I've been hearing great things about the brand. This product is a 'restructuring milk mask for dry or damaged hair' - something which my hair definitely is! 

The first thing I noticed about this hair mask was the smell, I know the brand is called Milkshake but I didn't really think that would mean the products smelt like milkshake (I can be a bit stupid sometimes!). The mask smells like a sweet vanilla milkshake and is the perfect treat to use when your pampering yourself (pretty much how I spent every Sunday night). 

I followed the instructions and left it on my hair for 5 mins then washed it off and I noticed a difference in my hair as soon as I'd dried it. Usually when I blow dry my hair, it's very dry and VERY frizzy. As I have curly hair the hairdryer can't stamp out all of the curls so the result is a bit of a cross between Hagrid and a bush, but when I'd used this mask it was quite soft although I did still look like Hagrid. After I'd straightened my hair it was soft and smooth and helped to tame my frizz a lot more than just using a normal conditioner was. 

The only problem I have with this mask is the size of the bottle. I reckon I could get about 3 uses out of this bottle now my hair has got longer which really is not a lot. I'm not sure if this is the normal size packaging or weather we got a smaller trial version to try as it was part of a gift bag so the actual product may be a larger version of this one. This mask costs £11.59 for the larger size which I don't think is a bad price seeing as its such a great product and other hair masks can cost around £25! 

Which hair masks are your favorite? I'm always on the look out for new ones! Also, If you like reading my blog, please vote for me to win Best New Beauty Blog in the Cosmo Blog Awards! 




9 comments:

  1. I haven't actually ever used a hair mask. I know, shocking! I need to since my hair is super long right now. This one sounds really great (minus how small the bottle is!)
    the-creationofbeauty.blogspot.com

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    1. They're a definite must for long hair, my hair has always been fairly long but I havent cut it in ages so now its getting a bit ratty, these are a life saver! xx

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  2. Great post. I love John Freida's full repair conditioning hair mask. It works wonders x

    devonabeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Ooh I'll have to check it out, I've never tried any John Freida products before! xx

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  3. I nominate you! http://hailiebarber.blogspot.com/2013/07/leibster-awards.html

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  4. I love this hair mask I used to use this at the salon I worked at smells amazing!

    Sophie
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    www.pocockins.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I love it! It's a little sweet treat without the calories haha! xx

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  5. I still haven't used my one of these but really need to spend some time having a good pamper as it sounds fab!

    Ash :-)

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  6. Thanks for the review :) I'll be definetly checking out this mask :)
    Have you ever tried the Milkshake Whipped leave in conditioner? It smells of vanilla and it leaves your hair sooo soft and silky :) Try it if you can!

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