The Macadamia Deep Repair Masque is my holy grail hair mask and I’ve repurchased it countless times. The Macadamia Deep Repair Masque is described as being a revitalising hair reconstructor for dry, damaged hair with a combination of macadamia oil and argan oil along with tea tree oil, chamomile oil, aloe and algae extracts. The hair mask works to rejuvenate and rebuild the hair, leaving the hair deeply nourished for improved elasticity and shine with long-lasting conditioning benefits.
– Provides intense nourishment, smoothing and a long lasting, tangle-free, frizz-free finish. Hair is ultra-smooth, manageable and shiny.
– Instant absorption and light-weight, non-greasy feel.
– Shown to extend the life of colour treatments by reducing fading.
– Natural UV protection.
– Reduces drying time an amazing 40-50%.
The Macadamia Deep Repair Masque is available in 100ml, 256ml and 500ml sizes and I tend to prefer the largest size as it always works out as being better value and I picked this 500ml size pot for just £17.95 which is the cheapest I’ve ever seen it. I love the design of the Macadamia products with the green and brown colour scheme, with a white floral intricate design and the pots have a slightly matte finish which makes them easier to hold when in the shower with wet hands.
I’m not normally bothered about celebrity endorsement when it comes to beauty products but the Macadamia Deep Repair Masque is supposedly Kate Bosworth’s favourite hair mask, and her hair always looks incredible so it’s easy to see why as this mask is amazing.
The Macadamia Deep Repair Masque’s consistency is pretty thick and creamy, and I tend to scoop out about half a golf ball sized amount of mask and rub it between my hands which thins it out slightly, which allows the mask to spread better over wet hair. If I scoop the mask out and just apply it directly to my hair, I don’t find that it goes very far; maybe because my hair is so porous.
I have quite dry hair but because it’s fine, I have to avoid applying the mask directly to my roots as it can leave them looking a little flat once styled so I tend to leave a three inch gap and leave the mask on my hair for anything between ten and 30 minutes. One of my favourite things about this mask is that it smells incredible and it leaves my hair smelling incredible even when it’s dry and I can’t help but sniff my hair throughout the day like a weirdo whenever I use it.
Not only does my hair smell incredible, it also feels incredible and it’s the only mask that actually makes my hair look less damaged as it smooths the hair follicles right through the ends and I particularly like using this mask when I want to wear my hair straight as my hair is a lot more co-operative and sleek, and not to mention amazingly shiny.
This really is my number one hair mask, and whenever I’m asked what my favourite hair mask is, it’s always this mask that I recommend as it offers such noticeable results and the whole Macadamia Natural Oil haircare range is very good quality in general.
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