One of the reasons I don’t post the empties posts monthly is because I just have so many empty jars and bottles each time, one would probably think I eat conditioners and deodorants for breakfast. It isn’t so, but I figure my empties box is a good picture of how we women are conditioned to believe that we ought to use 16 different products daily to look more or less presentable.
And that’s without make-up.
Oriflame HairX Volume Boost Leave-In Conditioner
I have reviewed the set of Volume Boost Shampoo and Conditioner in full in a separate post. You can read it here.
Oriflame Nature Secrets Hair Mask for coloured hair
I have a feeling that I’ve been using this mask all wrong. That is, on hair that wasn’t dyed. Therefore, I cannot comment on whether it would prolong the vividness of your hair colour. However, I will say this – it’s got a certain scent to it that is akin to hair dye, but much gentler.
Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this mask for any of its other properties. I didn’t find that it conditioned my hair well (leaving a simple conditioner on my hair for 2-3 minutes worked better than this mask) or left my hair silky smooth at the end, or made it easier to brush. I did notice a bit more shine, though.
Planter’s Balancing Shampoo with Aloe Vera
How much do I love this shampoo? Let me count the ways. This product honestly deserves a detailed review, but for now have a short run-down:
- the formula is a bit on the thin side, but not runny or watery;
- the scent is strong but very fresh and very pleasant;
- Planter’s does not test on animals;
- the volume of the product is small, but you don’t need a lot;
- it lathers well, but is very soft – I barely needed to condition my hair after it;
- it’s one of the rare products that did not irritate my scalp.
My only two gripes? Price and packaging. I’ll tell you more about these (and the points above) in a full review. Perhaps I’ll buy a mask to go with the shampoo as well, to review the whole set.