With dyed hair, having dry hair is the bane of anyone’s life. Etude House has a product which is suited for permed or dyed hair, to promote healthy texture and shine. I haven’t seen a product like this before and thought it’d be great to test out.
Each packet contains the hair treatment and the hair cap. You apply the treatment after towel drying your hair then pop on the cap, relax for 10-15 minutes, then wash off. The treatment itself is thicker than your standard conditioner. It had a floral scent which wasn’t overpowering. I did find it was enough for my long hair. The cap itself was meant to be covered in some sort of hair renewal essence but it felt dry when I had unfolded it. Not sure how if the treatment was meant to activate this?
Using this had left my hair feeling soft, smooth and a lot more manageable however lacked in volume. It did weigh my hair down. I wish I had used this on the bottom half of my hair, concentrating on the ends where it needs it the most. I can’t comment on how long this feeling lasts as I did have to wash my hair the next day. The joys of a very oily scalp! If you’re lacking in volume, this isn’t really the one for you. I believe you can purchase the treatment separately too.
I did think this was some innovative product but it’s nothing really special. I get the same results as if I was using a hair mask treatment. You could just use your standard conditioner, put a shower cap on then relax for 20 minutes. It’ll give you the same results in my opinion. For this reason, I personally wouldn’t really repurchase it as it is a tad on the pricey side just for the one use.
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