Thursday, February 28, 2013

Organix Macadamia Oil Mask

In the beginning of this past December Walgreens was having a BOGOFree sale for organix, and me being me I couldn't say no. I did a review on the other mask, Organix Awapuhi Ginger Mask, I bought.

I found that the Awapuhi mask smelled delish, but was super drying. What did I think of the Macadamia Oil Mask? Keep reading to find out.






This mask has a thick consistency, but even with that texture it feels like it's sitting on the top of your hair.  I actually had to use quite a bit to feel like it sunk in my hair. The first time I used it I left it in for about 6 or 7 minutes.  ( two songs worth, I can't shower without music. I've gotta have some music for my singing) I didn't add my usual argan oil after my shower because I wanted to see how moisturized my hair felt. As my hair air dried my ends felt like straw. Since I had the exact same results with the Awapuhi Ginger Mask I wasn't going to do a repeat of using this with my hair oil. This immediately got moved to my hair-conditioners-I-didn't-like-but-use-as-shaving-cream pile. 
PROS:
  • Get a lot of product for price
CONS:
  • DRIED MY ENDS OUT!
  • Felt like a conditioner not a mask
  • Hair was knotted and felt like straw after use. 
  • I didn't like the scent
VERDICT: I will admit I might be a little bias. I did have the same exact experience (sans the amazing smell) as the other hair mask I bought from this company. I just don't think these masks do well on damaged hair. Which is bad since this is marketed towards helping damaged hair. Skip. Sells for about $7.99 




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