Elaine was nice enough to let me try the sample of Macadamia deep repair masque from the February Jolie Box, as after having the ends of my hair bleached it is in some serious need of some TLC. On the website Macadamia Hair describe this product as a “Deep Repair Masque is a hair reconstructor (love the beauty industries use of made up words) that will penetrate and rebuild damaged hair for improved shine and elasticity.
- combines Macadamia & Argan oils with Tea tree oil, chamomile oil, aloe and algae extract
- deep nourishment & long-lasting conditioning
- ultra-conditioning hair reconstruction
- Paraben-free formulation with Tea-Tree leaf oil, Chamomile oil, Aloe & Algae to revitalise & reconstruct dry, damaged hair
- All hair is deeply nourished with improved elasticity & shine
- Available in 500ml & 250ml retail & 60ml trial size”
After hearing all the reviews I couldn’t wait to try this product however I must admit I am a tiny bit disappointed. This product smelt great & was creamy, soft and easy to run through my hair without snagging or tangling, so as I waited the 7min I was quite excited to wash it out, dry my hair and see the lustrous effects. Whilst drying my hair I must say it was totally tangle free and did feel a lot softer and healthier however that’s where my love ended for this product, I found my hair was frizzier than normal on the top near my roots and lacked its usual all over shine I get from other products.
All in all I found this product did make my hair feel healthier but it didn’t look as good as when I have used other hair masques, so maybe this is a product to use to add health but not on a night you’re going out. If you would like to try this product the best price I have found online is on Cheap Smells £16.25 with free delivery for 250ml, but the Macadamia travel pack is also coming onto BuyaPower anytime soon so you might be able to pick up a bargain – I’m tempted by this to try out their other products.
Overall nice but not amazing, so I'm still on the hunt for the ultimate hair masque, any tips on great hair products?