Tuesday, 29 July 2014

Jo Hansford Hair Masque Review + GIVEAWAY // CLOSED


I am such a fan of treating my hair and trying lots of different mask and serums on it to make it healthy. Due to my ombre my hair is damaged and I'm always trying to get it back to a healthy state. I received this lovely mask a few weeks ago and I was so eager to try it. I have only used it once so this is a first impression, I am going to try it out more and I will do an update on how it works!



When reading up on this product I saw it was dubbed 'the little pot of magic' by Jo Hansford's clientele and this filled me with a lot of confidence that this would be an incredible product. The packaging is such nice quality and for the £28 price tag I'd expect nothing less. It is a decent sized tub which makes up for the price and you only need to use the tiniest amount each time so you will get so much use out of it. The smell is a little fruity, but nothing too artificial or overpowering, it's also like that smell that hits you when you walk into a really lovely salon, it's a nice paste texture which is a lovely change from the normal liquid texture. Even though it is a paste it isn't overly thick and didn't weigh my hair down.



The way you use this mask is very straight forward, you wash your hair then towel dry it and after apply the mask all over your hair, I focused on my lower half as that's where my ombré is. I left it on 5 minutes like it recommended, next time I think I'll leave it on longer, when you start rinsing it from your hair you can automatically feel the results. While my hair was still wet I noticed it was so silky to touch. While blowing it dry I really noticed the salon smell which lasted in my hair for the whole day, not in an overwhelming annoying way in a lovely subtle refreshing way. After my hair was dry I noticed it was sitting really nicely and had a lot of body to it. Normally hair masks weigh my hair right down as it's so thin but this did not which was fabulous. I ran my fingers through my hair from route to tip and it all felt evenly smooth including the ombré section which it hasn't felt like in a long time. 

Can I say this 'little pot of magic' is magic? Right now I can say it felt really lovely in my hair the first time I used it. Also If I start using it more frequently I'm sure the amazing ingredients will start working wonders.


I do have an extra pot that HQhair (thehut) gave me to give to one of you laaaaavly people! To win it all you need to do is follow me on here and bloglovin (for extra brownie points you can follow me on Instagram @emmmairving), then comment below if you could steal any celebrity hair style who's would you want? I will announce the winner August 12th and email the winner :) 

13 comments:

  1. It sounds gorgeous! I'm loving Vanessa Hudgens hair. Just her whole style in general actually x

    Lizzie's Corner

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  2. Oooooo sounds super yummy. Glad you love it so far! I know ombre damages so I'm glad you found a product that works!

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  3. This hair mask sounds really amazing! If I could steal any I'd steal Ashley Tisdale's hairstyle. She always has super cute styles and updos!
    xx
    Serainie

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  4. really love your reviews! Can't wait for the next ones:) xx

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  5. Ill be sure to give this product a try!

    TEALINHEELS

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  6. I had this mask last year and I really liked it. It's so luxe xx

    Gemma // Miss Makeup Magpie

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  7. Lovely review - this sounds like a great product! x

    Kate Louise Blogs

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  8. Wellllll this souds like all sorts of amazing. I've only recently started trying out hair masks, but I do love the effect they have on my hair.
    I am a little bit obsessed with Emma Watson's hair. The pixie she had was amazing, but it just always look awesome no matter what.

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  9. I want to try it ♥

    I would like to invite you to my giveaway on my blog YOKO NGUYEN BLOG

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  10. Omg, you're gorgeous!

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  11. Always love a good hair mask to revive my bone dry hair. If I could steal anyone else the first that comes to mind is "Binky" from Made in Chelsea, purely for the length and VOLUME, it always looks like she's rolled out of bed (in a good way) *swoons* oh i just love it :-) .....her face i'd also steal haha!

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