Hask sent me several products to try out and review. This is a familiar brand to me! They make hair repair treatment packets that you can find in Sally's Beauty Supply like the placenta ones. I didn't know they had shampoo, conditioners and oils! I received the Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo + Conditioner, Keratin Smoothing Shampoo + Conditioner, Conditioning Treatments and Shine Oils.
It's been said already that I don't use shampoo. Products that contain sulfates remove hair color fast and make my hair dry. These Hask products do NOT contain sulfates so of course, I was super curious. It also doesn't contain parabens, phthalates, gluten, alcohol and artificial colors. The bottle says it's an environmentally responsible forumla. They do not test on animals!!
I wash my hair every other day. I would recommend the same and at least once a week especially for products containing protein. Too much protein can make your hair difficult to manage and feel gross. Has anyone else gotten a little crazy with it before?
It's awesome that I got this bathroom caddy! Makes it much more convenient for me especially when there's no room to actually place these yet in the shower.
Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo and Conditioner
I have never used Argan oil before but have heard amazing things about it especially for curly hair. The shampoo was conditioning, lathered up nicely with a small amount and so far hasn't stripped out my color to pink yet! I would like to use this for months just to see if it's a perfect fit for color treated hair. My favorite about this is that it has a citrus scent. I really LOVE this conditioner. I can't stop touching my hair. The first few times I'll wrap my hair up and then blow dry it. Extremely soft and I get more volume from using these. I have tried air drying as well and it's much more manageable.
Keratin Smoothing Shampoo & Conditioner
I did my roots and decided to dilute my dye with the Keratin Conditioner. It was the ultimate conditioning treatment. I forgot how much I loved using Keratin. This made my hair much more manageable after a shower. I'm surprised I didn't wake up into a frizzy mess for putting my damp hair into a bun. If there's anything to make my hair even more low maintenance then I love it haha. Both are conditioning products but Argan wins for that extra volume!
Hask twistbands to hold those tiny containers!
Argan Oil Repairing Deep Conditioner
It says to leave it on for 10 minutes. I only used a small amount all over and my hair length is to the small of my back. I can only imagine how many uses you can get for shorter hair! I would save this for a night of pampering or after bleachin + dying hair! I love the results.
This one restored my hair after heat curls and bleaching my roots! Kept this one on for 15 minutes and got super soft results. This deep conditioner reminds me of the packets you get after using box dye. So conditioning.
Keratin Smoothing Shine Oil
It says you can use a dime size amount on dry or wet hair. I'm too scared to try this out on dry hair. I applied a small amount on damp hair and let it dry down. I think letting it soak in would work better for my hair type. It felt smooth and surprisingly my hair dried a lot faster than normal.
Argan Healing Shine Hair Treatment
I curl my hair only once a week just to lessen damage. I used this before curling and after the second day!
It normally feels a little dry 2-3 days after using heat tools. This really helped it!! I already got comments about how shiny it is.
Overall... all of these products are amazing. I prefer using the Argan Oil for washing my hair, both of the conditioning treatments and the Argan shine oil. You can find out where to get these products here.
For someone that has damaged hair could get much more noticeable results using protein! Keratin restores, reduces frizz and strengths hair. If you don't plan to dye your hair after bleaching it then definitely use their deep conditioning treatment! I think you can find both products in the same store but just in case, use this link for those Keratin products.
This post is sponsored and all opinions are my own