Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Feeding My Hair with Some LUSH Food

If you read my blog you may remember that I ombre'd my hair recently. I spoke about it a bit in 
my post A New Way of Curling. As a naturally, quite dark, brunette my hair went through a bit of damage from lightening. I didn't notice it too much, until I straitened my hair and I noticed the ends needed a bit of a fix. My hair needed nutrition. I reached for H'suan Wen Hua Hair Treatment from Lush Cosmetics. This treatment is named for the Chinese goddess of hair! The treatment is a work of passion for the Lush founder, Mark Constantine, as he is a trained tricholigist. He started out his career helping people with troubled hair and scalps and that's why, today, Lush has such a wide range of hair care with effects lead ingredients. 

So after I got home I put this treatment all over my hair and left it in 30 minutes. I then rinsed it out, washed and conditioned as normal. My hair is now soft and feels like the same texture all the way down the hair, from my natural color to my lightened ends. This powerful cocktail is filled with a Bay Leaf Infusion, Fresh Free Range Eggs, Fresh Organic Bananas, Fresh Organic Avocado, Balsamic Vinegar, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Lanolin, Cinnamon Leaf Oil and Rosemary Oil. All of these ingredients combined hydrate, repair and add protein, while stimulating and balancing the hair and scalp.

The formula does smell a bit like a weird salad dressing, but well worth the scent when your hair feels healthy, shiny and strong. People even complimented my hair, noticing the difference. I used about 1/3 of a pot and I have thick medium-long hair. I would recommend this treatment to anyone who has damaged hair that's in need of some food. 

I hope you have found this post helpful. Have a wonderful Wednesday!