GOT MY HANDS ON ‘HASK’ CONDITIONER – HERE’S THE REVIEW

HASK…HASK…HASK!

**PRODUCT PRICES CORRECT AS OF MONDAY 24th JUNE 2019

SO! I wrote a little about HASK in my June 2019 Glossy Box Review, which you can read by clicking the link here.

Since I’m holding back the HASK Coconut Oil conditioner I received in June’s Glossy Box for a good cause, I got myself down to Boots and purchased the HASK conditioner better suited to my hair-type.

As you may or may not know I forgot to change my Glossy Box settings in ‘My Account’ from having virgin hair to denote the colour damage I’ve now inflicted on it, hence the product I got was not the best for my hair – not Glossy Box’s fault but my own.

The HASK masks ‘WERE’, for part of June 2019, on offer in Superdrug (at a bargain £1.66) but not anymore. They are now back to full price at £2.49**. Boots now have the HASK conditioners on offer for £2.00**, reduced from £3.00** in their third off sale. So I was going there anyway and picked myself one up and earned a couple of Boots points at the same time.

The one for me and so the one I chose, is as per pictured above of the Argan Oil variety to strengthen, restore and smooth dry, damaged hair; because at the end of the day I’m no natural blonde and my hair is therefore well and truly BLEACHED and therefore dry and damaged.

My hair is fine, straight, tangley (very, very, very tangley) and comes half way down my back – so long, I guess. But suprisingly, I only needed half a pack of this HASK on my hair. I thought I’d need at least three quarters but half a pack does go a long way…for my hair.

The HASK smells really nice! I say lemon-y…my friend says orange-y…so we’re going to agree somewhere in the middle and I’ll punt for citrus-ey. It’s lovely anyway…well, if you like lemony-orangey-citrusey! The texture is really thick and creamy.

After shampooing my hair (well actually I picked up a bottle of conditioner instead of the shampoo), so after conditioning and then shampooing my hair (I know, I’m an idiot), I coated my hair in the HASK, massaged it in as directed…had a sing in the shower for ten minutes whilst I waited for it to do it’s magic and then rinsed it out thoroughly – I know you know how to wash your hair, but I’m just telling you really that I followed the instructions on the back of the pack.

Dried my hair off and out with my trusted Tangle Teezer – literally the only thing that is allowed to touch my hair when it is wet, or else let’s just say there are tears…and shrieks…and a lot of swearing. I usually use Milkshake Whipped Cream Leave-In Conditioner, but I didn’t, because I wanted to see if my hair was less knotty with the HASK…and it was…I needed the Tangle Teezer (standard)…but I could definitely get away without the Whipped Cream.

I mean, my hair is still tangley, but it’s much easier to brush through than normal. And I also want to point out that seven weeks ago I ran out of purple shampoo which I haven’t got round to replacing. I usually use, again in the Milkshake range, their Silver Shine Light shampoo, once or twice a week to stop my blonde looking brassy…so my hair could also do with a bit of care in the ‘toning down’ department.

Well, HASK has done the job which has presently surprised me. I love my blonde again, the HASK has really toned it down but brightened it up – which sounds like a contradiction, I realise, but it isn’t!

My hair feels thicker, fuller, healthier and has toned the ‘becoming a little brassy’ roots down a treat. I’ve got to say I AM A HASK CONVERT…and I’ve still got half a pack left for next time.

This product was an absolute hit for me! I’ll definitely be purchasing it on a regular basis. I usually use Milk Shake Argan Deep Treatment mask, but will drop this in favour of this HASK conditioner.

Let me know if this was a hit (or not) for you in the Comments section.

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