Hair Masks Review

If you love coloring your hair then you know how damaging it can be. I’ve bleached and dyed my hair blonde, grey, blue, dark violet, and magenta all within a time span of  2 and a half years. To keep my hair healthy and hydrated I’ve gone through a bunch of hair masks. These are the latest I’ve tried.

20170617_185648Shea Moisture Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal System Hair Mask
-12 oz
– Contains Marula Oil & Biotin
-Cruelty Free
-No Sulfates
-No Parabens
-Leave in hair for 5 mins and then rinse out
-Has a fruity/floral scent, smells really good
-You can feel the difference after one use
-Made my hair super soft and silky for two days straight
-Weighs down the hair a little
-It’s a great value, one jar should last you at least 6 months
-Retail $12-$15

Pureology Colour Fanatic
-1 fl oz
-Deep-conditioning Mask
-For normal to thick colored hair
-100% Vegan
-Made with Camelina Oil
-Leave in hair for 1-3 mins then rinse out
-Smells a little bit like playdough and soap
-This hair mask works amazingly, even better than the Shea Moisture’s mask
-It didn’t fade my colored hair
-Made my hair silky smooth and soft
-Felt light weight
-My favorite out of the 5 masks here
-Retails: $26 for a 6.7oz bottle

20170617_185712Living Proof Restore Mask Treatment
-I was very skeptical about using this product since I hated their Perfect Hair Day 5-in-1 styling treatment, it was heavy on the hair and greasy feeling. But to my surprised this product works.
-1 oz
-Deeply nourishes hair
-Leave in hair for 5 mins then rinse
-Has a strong perfume scent
-Leaves your hair feeling soft and smooth
-This tiny jar lasted only 6 uses, and I have short hair, about shoulder length
-A little pricey
-Retail: $12


Dry Bar Bay Breeze Hydrating Shot
-15 ml/ 0.5 fl oz
-Super concentrated treatment
-Single use bottles, you’re supposed to use up the entire bottle each time
-Leave in for 3-5mins, then rinse
-Has a herbal scent
-Leaves the hair soft and silky
-Very expensive
-Retail: $38 for 4 bottles

Briogeo Don’t Despair Repair!

-No Parabens
-No Silicones
-No Phthalates
-Contains avocado, sweet almond, and Argan oil
-Has a green/natural scent
-It’s supposed to repair damaged hair and enhance shine
-But it did absolutely nothing for me! My hair didn’t even feel soft or smooth.
-Would never use again
-Retail: $9


A Look Inside: Sephora Play! June 2017 Box

Summer is here and the Sephora Play! June box has definitely got you covered! Here’s what’s inside:


Benefit Cosmetics Porefessional Face Primer
-Fills in your pores
-Helps your foundation last all day
-Retail Full size is $31(0.75oz) or mini size $12 (.25oz)

Coola Makeup Setting Spray
-0.34 Fl Oz/10ml
-has a SPF 30
-Sets the makeup
-Reduces the appearance of pores
-Contains Green tea & Aloe (great for soothing  inflamed skin)
-Has a strong scent of alcohol and something else… I can’t put my finger on it
-The scent will only linger around for about an hr.
-Leaves a little residue on the skin
-I like the nozzle, it sprays evenly
-And not to mention my bottle smells like skunk/weed
-Retail for a full size is $36 (1.7oz /50ml)

Verb Sea Spray
-2.4 fl oz/ 72ml
-Sea Salt infused
-Contain seaweed and kelp extract
-Great for beachy waves/ loose waves

Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Lovesick
-Matte formula
-Long lasting

Klorane Dry Shampoo
-Made with Oat milk
-Has a refreshing scent, nothing too strong or overwhelming
-Very easy to use and easy to blend into the hair
-Works well to absorbs the oil
-Doesn’t leave any weird or greasy residue
-I’m actually surprised at how well it worked, I might go buy the full size

 Bvlgari Omnia Crystalline Perfume
-Made with Lotus Flower, nashi, and balsa wood
-The closest resemblance I can think of is a mixture of the Tommy Girl and the Ralph Lauren Romance
-It’s a strong scent, not very light
-I feel like this perfume is more fitting for fall
-Retail: Travel size (o.34oz) $25

Overall: I’m very happy with my box. It’s one of the better boxes I have gotten, very much worth the $10. There’s nothing that I wouldn’t use, except for the perfume. Hopefully the next box will be just as great, maybe they can include some type of sunscreen or chapstick. But anyways let me know if you guys got anything different in your Sephora Play! box!

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Korean Skincare: The Cure Collagen Essence Sheet Masks Review

I’m currently on the hunt to find some good quality sheet masks at a discounted price. I came across a bunch of these The Cure sheet masks at Ross, Marshalls, & TJ Maxx. So I decided to buy a few of these to try out for you guys. Each box costs $5.99 for 5 masks, so about $1.25 for each mask including tax. They have a bunch of different masks you can choose from, depending on what you are looking for.

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Unfortunately these masks were a hit and miss.  There were a few that I liked: the Brightening and Argan Oil. They smelled great and refreshing. My skin felt smooth and soft afterwards. While there were a few that didn’t quite work for me. The Tea Tree and the Pearl masks had a very strong, almost overwhelming scent to them. I honestly had to force myself to finish the box. The Collagen and the Vitamin left a sticky residue. Also the Tea Tree and the Coenzyme Q10 masks broke me out. Only a few hours after doing the masks, I noticed small white bumps all over my face.

It’s definitely one of the cheaper Korean sheet masks out there but the real question is, is it worth it??? Did the masks even do as they claim? No. My skin did not look brighter, firmer, nor did it calm down my troubled skin. All the mask did was moisturize my skin, which gel mask sheets are supposed to do. They were maybe average at best. I would not repurchase these again since a few broke me out and the scent was too strong for me to handle. But hey, if you have dry skin and looking for some moisturizing masks, these might work out for you. You never know.

If you are trying to save money, buying a mask in a squeezed tubed or bottle will average out cheaper, since you can use it more than just 5 times. With these sheet masks you really are paying for the convenience and the materials.

**A little background info:  I have very oily skin (usually have to blot after 3 hrs), sensitive, and acne prone. Just because a product didn’t work for me doesn’t mean it won’t work for you. We all have different skin types.**