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Thursday, July 21, 2011

H'Suan Wen Hua Hair Treatment

Photo: Lush.com


Last night I put the incredibly popular hair mask, H'Suan Wen Hua by Lush, on and I absolutely love it!  I have super long hair so I used almost the entire pot, but it was def worth it.  My hair is also extremely colored treated, base color and highlights, so I was skeptical on whether or not this mask would have an obvious effect.

Since it's kinda thin (I heard it was super thick...so, I'm slightly confused...but whatever), it was a little bit messy but no big deal.  I left it on for 12 hours (they recommend 20mins, but I've heard the longer you leave it in, the better).  I decided to just go to sleep with it in, then I shampooed and conditioned normally when I woke up.  I just pinned up all my hair, and covered it with my Hello Kitty ;] shower cap, it was fine and comfortable all night.

So far, I'm loving the effects on my hair.  I added the products I normally do right after I wash it, and I can tell there's a difference from the texture of my hair to just the way its falling today as its drying.  It feels light and overall just looks healthier, shiner, and softer.  The smell lingered a little bit, a mix of cinnamon and bananas..I hate bananas...but I don't mind this at all.  

This hair mask contains tons of natural ingredients (what Lush is known best for)...free range eggs (the main ingredient) bananas, avocados, watercress, bay leaves, olive oil, balsamic vinegar, rosemary, and cinnamon oil.  It also has some chemicals in it, but just from the consistency and overall effect I can tell how natural and pure it is, which is exactly why I like it so much! 

I'm giving the rest of the pot to my mom to try, she has short, color treated, curly hair.  I'm interested to see the different effects (if any) the mask has on our two different hair types!

Overall grade for the Lush H'Suan Wen Hua Hair Treatment: A+  Everyone should def try it if there hair is needing a little love!  You can find it at any Lush retail store or Macy's Lush store for $18.95.  I rather spend $19 than hundreds at my salon to get a hair treatment, so it was well worth the money!


3 comments :

  1. I was just looking at this product today. That is great you felt like it made a difference. How long did it last for? This is my first time stopping by your blog and I really like it! I am looking forward to reading more, following :)

    Lauren
    http://antiquedgold.blogspot.com

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  2. I've only had it done for a day now! I went out last night and normally my hair is kinda dull with no volume on top...it was completlyyyy different last night...it looked great with volume that I know I didn't have the day before!

    Thank you so much for the support!!

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  3. Maybe I should try this. I love a good treatment since I dye and heat style the hell out of my poor hair!

    http://www.stylish3.com/maryalne

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