After bleaching out all of the dark red into my hair then going dirty blonde again, I started using Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask. Which I got at target for $14, and contains 6.7 fl oz. So I’ve been using this one container of the moisture mask for around five months and I probably should’ve written this review a while ago but I just never got around to it.
About Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask
I like my hair masks to have slip so I can easily distribute them throughout the hair. This mask is softening and detangling, but not heavy. It’s a universal treatment for anyone looking to reverse dryness.
Contains Zip-Up Technology™
Our proprietary strengthening complex designed to “zip-up” split ends while targeting weak areas of the hair, smoothing the appearance of damaged cuticles and helping to protect hair from environmental stressors and color fade.
Directions for Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask
- After shampooing & rinsing, run a small amount from middle to ends.
- Allow it to sit on the hair for 5 minutes, or longer if you have time.
- Rinse thoroughly.
I use this product every time I take a shower as I love how my hair feels. About two weeks ago, I decided I no longer wanted red hair as it’s just too much maintenance. So I used a new color remover, and it completely dried out my hair to the point where it was falling apart. Instead of going to the shampoo step of that product’s direction, I went straight for the Kristin Ess Strand Strengthening Reconstructive Moisture Mask. And I am beyond glad I did. My hair went from a dead, dried out mess that was falling out… to completely soft and strong again. So if your hair is dry to any level, this product does wonders. And I hope this product never gets discontinued as it’s something I want to keep in my hair routine for ages.
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