Mixing Hair Masks.



It wasn’t until I met my wonderful hair stylist, Nicky Lazou, of how important it is look look after your hair on a weekly basis. After watching her DIY Hair Mask Video (which you can totally watch HERE), it never occured to me that you can mix different products to create your own hair mask. So over the past couple of weeks I have been experimenting with my own. I’ve been using a combination of the Philip Kinglsey Elasticizer, Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Melting Balm, Kerastase Age Recharge and good ol’ KTC Pure Coconut oil.

The Philip Kingley Elazticizer is probably one of my favourite hair masks that does a bit of everything. Leaves my hair protected, shiny and gives it an amazing feel to it! I just wish it came in a gorgeous scent. Is it me or should all hair products smell out-of-this-world-amazing?!

Something new which I am yet to really test drive is the Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Melting Balm. Seriously, I feel like anything with the word ‘balm’ I’m just drawn to. It smells absolutely incredible and have very high hopes for this little tub of joy.

Kerastase Age Recharge is something else my stylist has got me hooked on. If you have coloured hair and want it to be looking fresh, nourished and protected, then this is a must have! I have noticed a massive difference in my hair colour since using this. It’s kept looking fresh like I had it done just the other day. It must have some superpowers in there as my hair feels much stronger too.

I’ve grown up putting some form of coconut oil in my hair. My grandma would sit me down and not only give me a strange head massage but really help get this through my entire hair. Alone, I remember waking up the next day and having soft and silky hair with minimum flyaways. If you’re on the hunt for somethign cheap and cheerful, then this will be right up your street.

Being the rebel I am I put my hair mask mixture, mixing things I feel like on the night, I apply this to the mid lengths and ends of my hair. Give my locks a braid and head to bed. I then like to wash it out the next morning making my hair look and feel like I’ve just come out of a TV ad!

Philip Kingley Elazticizer £15 available HERE
Charles Worthington Moisture Seal Melting Balm
£10.99 HERE
Kerastase Age Recharge £20.62 HERE
Coconut Oil from £5 HERE

Have you ever thought about mixing your hair masks together? I want to try adding greek yoghurt and an egg in there next!