Hi there! I’ve already done a few posts to tell you about some of the beauty products I didn’t like at all. But let me tell you about a few more products that I hated! 🙂
Elizavecca Gold CF-Nest Collagen Jella Pack Mask
This mask is simply awful. It makes your skin feel like it’s covered in lard. In addition, the only way to remove the mask is to rub it off. This causes the mask to flake big time (but there’s nothing else you can do) which means that you have to wash your hair after you’ve used this mask. A truly awful product!
TRESemmè Colour Revitalise Vibrant Colour Protection Conditioner – I didn’t like this conditioner at all because it made my hair go greasy quickly. And the “fragrance” was borderline unpleasant. The shampoo was OK, though.
Montagne Jeunesse 7th Heaven Charcoal Masque – this mask contains crushed walnut shells which are unsuitable for the face. Awful!
L’Oréal Elvive Fibrology Thickening Masque
I could write an essay about why I didn’t like this hair masque, but I won’t. In summary, it took 24 hours for the thickening effect to kick in, and the product made my hair feel crunchy. 😠
The Body Shop Fijian Water Lotus Body Lotion – this body lotion smells really bad. I have to admit I’m not the biggest fan of lotus or water lily scents, but this is the worst lotus “fragrance” I’ve ever smelled in a product.
L’Oréal Elvive Smooth & Polish Thermo Detangling Spray – it doesn’t detangle hair, but it seems to straighten and flatten it, so if you have wavy or curly hair, this spray just ruins your hairdo…
Boots Being By The Sanctuary Spa Cloudberry & Lychee Blossom Body Mist – one of the cheapest fragrances I’ve ever smelled. I tried to give it away, but none of my colleagues wanted it…
Superdrug Red Colour Conditioner – this stuff was anti-conditioning! Truly awful! Guess what, it’s been discontinued!
Superdrug Optimum Phyto Brighter Triple Action Illuminating Black Moisturiser
This moisturiser left a grey residue on the skin. I can’t believe I actually finished it…
Maybelline Dream Satin Liquid Foundation
One of the worst foundations I’ve ever tried. Poor coverage, but cakey look, feels super silky, but impossible to blend. Rubbish!
This was part 5 of The Ultimate Beauty Duds! Whilst I’m not saying that no one could ever like any of these products (some of them are still around), I found these products to be rubbish. But if you do like any of these products, that’s good for you. Feel free to get in touch if you want to. And thanks for reading!
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! How’s your week been? I hope you’ve had a good week so far! Today’s post is my weekly blog recap. And this is what I’ve been up to this week… 🙂
Monday 26 Jun – L’Oréal Elvive Fibrology Thickening Masque
Monday’s post was about L’Oréal’s Elvive Fibrology Thickening Masque. Click here to read the post.
Tuesday 27 Jun – Nail Of The Day / Nail Art Challenge
Wednesday 28 Jun – Superdrug White Chocolate Mousse Mask
Tuesday’s post was a Nail Of The Day post. Click here to read the post.
And on Wednesday I reviewed Superdrug’s White Chocolate Mousse Mask. Click here to read the post.
Thursday 29 Jun – Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel
Thursday’s post was about Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Water Gel. Click here to read the post.
Friday 30 Jun – June Beauty Awards a.k.a. June 2017 Favourites
On Friday I told you about all the products I loved in June. Click here to read the post.
This is it for this week. I hope you enjoy the rest of the weekend. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂
Mrs Strawberry Blonde
Hi there! Today’s post is about a product that I’ve been using once a week since early May – L’Oréal’s Fibrology Thickening Masque. This product promises to expand hair from within, thus increasing the diameter of every single hair. L’Oréal also says that the thickening effect is long-lasting and buildable. This sounds fantastic! But does it work? If you read on, I’ll let you know.
This mask is easy to use. It’s supposed to be used instead of a regular conditioner – you just need to leave it on for 2 to 3 minutes before rinsing it out.
I’ve used this mask several times, but I’m not impressed because this mask feels like ‘product’ in my hair even after it’s rinsed out. I also don’t see or feel any immediate thickening effect. The only thing I can feel right away is that, as soon as my hair is blow-dried, it feels crunchy.
But whilst there’s no immediate thickening effect, there is, without doubt, a delayed thickening effect which seems to kick in after about 18 to 24 hours. Unfortunately I can’t appreciate the delayed thickening effect because I wash my hair every day, so I won’t benefit from products which (claim to) start working after 24 hours.
I will continue to use this hair mask because I can hardly give it away now, and I don’t want to be wasteful, so I won’t throw it away. Maybe I should treat my husband to a thickening hair mask every now and then! 😀 L’Oréal’s Fibrology Thickening Masque is available as 300ml for £5.09. I paid £2.49 (better than half price offer).
Mrs Strawberry Blonde