February 24, 2013

Hamadi Organics - Shea Hair Mask - pics, swatches, review

Hello, Beautiful!

If there is one hair care product I don't think people do enough, it's using a hair mask. Whenever my friends ask me what to do for their dry, damaged hair, they usually are asking me to recommend a styling product to help. Sure, there are plenty of styling products to help with that, but what can really make a difference is using a hair mask 1 to 2 times a week! Most recently I tried out the Hamadi Organics Shea Hair Mask and I had really great results!

Check out my pics, swatches, info, and review... click on pics to view them larger.

Hamadi Organics - Shea Hair Mask

Hamadi Organics Shea Hair Mask Info & Review:
Cost/Availability: $25.00 (4 oz size) - or - $39.00 (8 oz size). Available on the Hamadi Organics website.
My Rating: 5 out of 5 Kisses!

This hair mask from Hamadi Organics is a perfect weekly indulgence or daily hair essential for hair in need of repair; replenish and color maintenance.

This is a certified organic deep conditioning treatment for dry, damaged hair. Made with essential oils and plant extracts. Completely biodegradable. Absolutely no artificial ingredients. No perfumes or colors.

99.4% of the total ingredients are from natural origin.
19.1% of the total ingredients are from organic farming.

Avocado silkens and aloe vera hydrates from roots to ends. Leave the hair feeling sensuous and touchable. Naturally occurring sunscreen in shea butter protects hair and scalp from harmful rays.

Available in two sizes; I have the smaller 4 oz, but the 8 oz size isn't much more and is double the product. When I'm out of the 4 oz I will buy the 8 oz.

This hair mask has a nice thick creamy texture, that works into hair nicely. The scent is light, but I can't describe it.

You can use this mask on dry hair (which is how I like it) or on wet hair. Work it in from the scalp down to the ends, making sure to coat all your hair. You can pull it back and hold it in place with a claw clip (which is what I do), or if you have shorter hair just leave it like it is. You can even go out and sit in the sun for 15 minutes if you want a more intense effect (which I haven't tried yet, since it's been so cold but will try on a warmer weather day). Leave it on for 15 minutes or longer. I leave it on while I do other things, so sometimes it's left on for 15 minutes, other times for 30 minutes. Then just get in the shower and shampoo it out. Of course you can also use this as an overnight treatment. I like to use this once or twice a week.

This hair mask works really great in my hair! I have long, fine, thin hair that is damaged heavily from about mid-way down to the ends from way back when I did a lot of damage dying parts of my hair electric blue -- but the real damage came when I had to reverse the blue; ever since then my hair hasn't been the same. This hair mask did an amazing job at adding a silkiness back to my entire head of hair. I couldn't believe how soft and silky and shiny my hair turned out! It didn't weight my hair down either; I was still able to curl my hair and my curls held.

If you don't already use a hair mask in your hair care routine then I would highly recommend you try one out, and the Hamadi Organics Shea Hair Mask is a great place to start.

Now let me know what you think...
What do you think of this hair mask? Have you tried this or is this on your wish list? Discuss in the comments below.

1 comment:

  1. Ooooh, I've been looking for more organic hair products to try, so this looks like an option! Really great post and review!


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