I’m a New Believer in Hair Masks!

This post is sponsored by Brilliance New York, but, as always, all opinions are my own.

I’ve always had a love-hate relationship with my hair. But after twenty years of cutting, snipping, dying, twisting, curling, and straightening, it seems like my hair and I have finally come to a mutual understanding.

My skincare routine is already down pact, but honestly my hair care routine is still touch-and-go. Then when I tried the Essential Hydration Argon Oil Hair Masque from Brilliance New York, I knew I had to work it into my regular routine.

You take a healthy size of the masque, which smells just heavenly, and apply it all over your hair, from root to tip after shampooing. Wait about five minutes, and then wash! If you have thick hair like I do, I also recommend using a little bit of conditioner afterwords just to solidify everything. Dry however you usually do, and voila! Disney princess hair!

Seriously, I went from this mood:

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to this one:

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(also not to gas myself up but doesn’t my hair look great in this shot? Like a sassy Marvelous Mrs. Maisel or Call the Midwife character. Seriously, its the product.)

Plus, the hydration masque is on sale right now for 40% off!

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Treat your hair and let me know what you think!

XOXO,

Kat

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2 thoughts on “I’m a New Believer in Hair Masks!

  1. Great post! I’ve never really known much about hair masks, though I’ve always assumed there’s some kind of magic involved when I get my hair washed at the salon. Thanks for sharing! And yes, your hair does look as fab as Midge’s.

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