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Hello beautiful! Well, my hair is on her way to redemption, i.e., perfection. It has been a long journey of a love-hate relationship.
And if we’re keeping it real: Ignorance, negligence, and an I-don’t-care attitude have gotten me over-processed damaged hair with lots of split ends. I was literally shedding hair like a furry animal.
It was that bad.
An intervention occurred, the hairstylist trimmed my hair. My overly protective twin sister scolded me a little. Now it was time to start making strides to achieving my hair goals.
Just when I thought things were looking better, I made a stupid decision that pushed me back 3 steps and cost me almost two inches of my hairline; ouch!
Hask Argan Oil Review: Shampoo, Conditioner & Hair Oil
I first tried the Hask Macadamia line as a sample that came with one of my shoe packages. I loved it! If you think like me, you believe that manufacturers make samples better than the actual product itself (guilty).
It wasn’t until I was sent the Hask Argan Oil product line did I realize how completely awesome the product is. Let’s break it down:
The Repairing Shampoo helps restore the luster of damaged hair. Argan oil is great for dry, damaged, over-processed hair (like mine), and it left my hair feeling soft and alive.
For a domino effect, use with Hask repairing conditioner. The light scent of this product had me ballet-dancing in the shower [literally].
Revive and restore the look of your hair with HASK Argan Oil from Morocco Repairing Conditioner. Combined with the reviving power of the repairing shampoo, this conditioner softens and detangles while moisturizing and protecting against breakage for super soft and silky hair.
This product is way better than the drugstore conditioner I have been using.
This small but mighty 50g deep conditioning treatment contains Keratin, a super strengthening treatment that is great for over-processed hair. The Argan oil component increases penetration and absorption of the product into the hair shaft.
I noticed a big difference in the texture and ‘life’ of my hair after using the Macadamia oil deep conditioner. I can’t wait to try this one too.
I use this product almost daily to restore the lost moisture back to my hair and partly because I love the scent and texture of the product. It comes in a small 18ml bottle, but all you need is a coin-sized amount.
This is a huge contender against the Olive Oil ORS hair polisher that I have been using for many years.
Hask Argan Oil Review [Frequently Asked Questions]
Is Hask argan oil good for hair?
Yes, Hask argan oil is good for hair. It was actually made to be used on your hair. Although it’s not a magic bullet, expect to see noticeable improvements with use.
Are Hask products good for your hair?
Yes, Hask products are good for your hair. Their products’ suite is formulated free of sulfates, parabens, phthalates, gluten, and aluminum starch. There is seriously a product for any hair type!
Is Hask argan oil shampoo good?
Absolutely! Hask Argan oil shampoo lives up to its name. It also smells amazingly good. I highly recommend trying this product if you’re on the edge. Plus the price won’t break the bank.
How do you use Hask argan oil?
You can use Hask Argan oil either on wet hair or dray hair to create a silkily smooth finish. Simply apply a small amount evenly throughout your hair while avoiding your roots and style. It reminds me so much of Colleen Rothschild’s Smooth & Shine Serum.
Girls/gents, listen up! This product really works. Feel free to check out Hask’s other collection: Keratin Protein, Macadamia Oil, Coconut Oil, Almond Oil, & Essential Stylers. As always, thank you so much for stopping by.
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