Hi there! Today’s post is about this Nutrafix Hair Mask With Argan Oil, pro-vitamin B5 and silk protein. This product promises to give hair a natural boost and to leave it hydrated, soft and silky.
The instructions state that this hair mask is meant to be used on towel-dry hair (after washing). You’re supposed to leave the hair mask on for 5 minutes, and you should ideally cover your hair with a warm towel. Then rinse (and condition if you want) and follow with your normal hair routine.
I’ve given this hair mask a try, and I think it’s awful! It turned my hair into a completely unflexible and unmanageable mess, and I had to double-condition (!) my hair to get it back to normal. What a waste of time. And what a waste of water! Oh, and I’ve also lost plenty of hair when I tried to get this rubbish out of my hair. Yikes!
I’ve binned the product after 1 use – but I should have binned it without even opening it! I’ve previously tried another hair mask from this brand, and the result was pretty much the same. Well, I can safely say that I won’t be trying any other poducts from this brand.
However, if you’re interested in this terrible product (maybe you want to prank someone…), Nutrafix Hair Mask With Argan Oil is available as 150ml for £1 (Poundland).
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is about this Nutrafix Keratin Hair Mask which I found at my local Poundland store. This hair mask with keratin, vitamin B5 and wheat protein promises to heal damaged roots and split ends in order to restore hair’s natural beauty.
The instructions state… wash your hair, towel it dry, apply the hair mask, cover your hair with a warm towel, leave the mask on for 5 minutes, then rinse and follow up with a conditioner (from the same brand, of course).
I’ve given this hair mask a try, and I think it’s one of the worst hair products I’ve ever had. Its awfulness is comparable with the awfulness of Naked Colour and Naturtint. And here’s why:
I applied a generous amount of product. Unfortunately, it turned my hair into an unflexible mess pretty much immediately. I applied some more product hoping it would help, but it didn’t. When I rinsed the product 5 minutes later, I tried to detangle my hair – gently – with my fingers, but it was impossible. The hair mask turned my hair into a knotty mess. Awful!
To make a long story short, in the end I had to double-condition my hair just to get the knots out. I lost 3 times as much hair as I normally do, and I probably wasted around 20-30 litres of water because I had to rinse my hair 4 times (shampoo, hair mask, conditioner x2).
I’m usually against binning stuff because most of the time I can find a way to repurpose an unloved product, but there was no point trying to find a raison d’être for this hair mask. I threw it out. If you’d like to try it, Nutrafix Keratin Hair Mask is available as 150ml for £1 (Poundland).
Mrs Strawberry Blonde