I have heard so much about the Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque, but I’ve never tried it before. I don’t know why I haven’t, as I love a good hair mask but I decided I finally needed to give it a try and see what the fuss was all about. The Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque is £34.90 via their UK website, and the box includes a 212ml size of the mask, and also their Tangle Tamer Brush. If you’re new to Coco & Eve, their story begins in Bali where Coco & Eve was born. In this tropical oasis, Coco and Eve live in an untouched paradise similar to Eden.
Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque
“Our Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque 5 in 1 formula works by locking moisture into the cuticle to ensure a luminous shine whilst repairing hair from the inside-out.”
- 5 in 1 treatment
- Restores dry damaged hair
- Improves hair texture and shine
- Hydrates and deeply conditions
- Treats split ends and tames frizz
- Transform your hair in only 10 minutes
- Revives dry hair, damaged by styling, heat, dyes and the environment.
- Repairs hair from the inside out, to make it healthy and lustrous.
- Restores hair to its pure state… so it’s like a Virgin, again!
- Tames frizz and treats split ends.
- Conditions from root to tip, to hydrate even the thirstiest of tresses.
STRENGTHENS & REPAIRS
Our raw virgin coconuts from Bali add shine and softness to the hair. They also strengthen and repair the hair by preventing hair breakage and split ends. The coconut penetrates deep into the follicles to help promote a healthy scalp and prevent problems such as dandruff.
Essence of fig and shea butter work in harmony to moisturise and help detangle the hair without making it heavy or weighing it down.
SOFTENS & SHINES
Linseed improves the gloss and texture so it’s silky soft to the touch.
TAMES & TREATS
Argan Oil treats split ends, tames frizziness, to make your hair more manageable, whilst adding gloss and shine to give pure hair vitality.
Coco & Eve Tangle Tamer
“With 2-tiered bristle technology, it detangles hair with minimal breakage and damage. Helps with application of the masque and in the aftercare of your new healthy glossy locks.“
The Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque comes in a cute pink plastic jar, with a dark green lid. The mask is cream coloured and thick, and really reminds me of the Macadamia Deep Repair Masque.
If you love that mask, you’ll love the Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque as they have a similar consistency, and they both have an intensive nourishing effect on the hair but the Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque smells even better which I didn’t think could be possible. This mask leaves my hair smelling insanely good the whole following day after using it, and every time I move, I can catch a whiff of the mask in my hair and I love the scent so much.
To use the mask, it’s recommended that you shampoo as normal, and then evenly distribute a generous amount of product to your towel dried hair. Leave for 5 to 10 minutes then rinse with warm water. For super damaged hair or for even better results, keep the masque in overnight and wash out in the morning.
By towel drying your hair before applying the mask, it helps to stop it from dripping off your hair so you don’t waste any. With the fab little brush included in the set, it really helps to evenly distribute the mask through the hair, and it works amazingly at detangling the hair.
It has an amazing nourishing effect on my hair, but even though it’s an intensive hair treatment, it never leaves my fine hair feeling overloaded like some masks can. My hair can become weighed down very easily, but the Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque leaves my hair super soft and shiny, and super bouncy.
I love how healthy it leaves my hair, and it’s not the type of mask that only leaves your hair looking good once you’ve used it. It genuinely nourishes the hair, and works well as a weekly treatment and is a very welcome addition to my haircare routine.
You can find the Coco & Eve Like a Virgin Hair Masque right here.
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