Review – Garnier – Hair Mask

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I was at the Real Canadian Superstore about a year ago, when I saw a bunch of hair products discounted. One of these products was Garnier Whole Blends Nourishing Rinse-out Masks.

With the price that it was, I felt like it was something I could try. I have had luck with Garnier products in the past, not reacting to them in the slightest.

I was having issues with my hair at the time, as the hairs at the base of my skull seemed to want to self dread overnight suddenly. I have since figured out the reason for that issue, but it was rather annoying for me back then, so I was up for using an item that claimed 3x more nourishment.

When I started using it, I found it helped smooth out my hair and make it less tangled in the  back where my issue was arising. My hair had been a bit dull in that area too, due to the unruliness.

I generally leave the mask on for a good period of time to let it set. After drying, my hair is really silky, shimmery and just smells great. The scent is very long-lasting, but not heavy to the nose.

I was so impressed with the product, I actually bought some for my mother-in-law, my sister and my bestie.

I currently own the whole line, with the honey treasures being my favorite.

You can purchase them at Walmart.ca:

Garnier – Whole Blends Avocado Oil & Shea Butter Nourishing Rinse-Out Mask
Garnier – Whole Blends Honey Treasures Nourishing Rinse-Out Mask
Garnier – Whole Blends Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Hydrating Rinse-Out Mask

‘Til Tomorrow,

Helen

***Disclaimer – I am not sponsored by any of the companies mentioned on this blog. I just started to blog, so who would sponsor me, seriously. All items featured were purchased with my own money, gained by some other means, like awesome gifts from peoples, trades, or perhaps even a promotion of some sort.***

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