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Ouai haircare treatment masque review

I purchased a hair treatment box from Sephora a while ago, which had a variety of hair masques to try out. Included was a small tube of Ouai’s hair care treatment masque. I saved it for last, and am pretty glad I did so. Keep reading to find out why!

While maintaining my blonde tresses, I’ve managed to do a hair treatment weekly. I purchased a sample box, because I wanted to do a trial before committing to a full size bottle. (If you are searching for a hair masque/treatment I highly recommend doing this). Within my box came a small 1 oz tube of Ouai’s hair care treatment masque. 

The sample lasted me three treatments. (A little bit goes a long way). I tried the treatment both on wet and dry hair, but felt it worked better on my hair when applied to pre-shampooed, damp hair. The first time I used it, it definitely left my hair feeling silky while the masque was on, when I washed it off my hair felt as though it had a protective silicon barrier, though it is a paraben-free formula. The second time I used it, the jasmine scent really hit me. And I loved it! I’m not sure why I hadn’t noticed it the first time around, but if you are a fan of floral-smelling hair masques you will love Ouai’s. You get the scent while applying it, while the treatment is on, and it washes off to a very faint remain. My third trial had me hooked. This stuff not only smells great, it also helps your hair feel soft and manageable days after you use it. When you have damaged hair, manageable hair days-after is a great thing. 

My only issue with Ouai’s haircare treatment masque is that the full size product comes in packs instead of a bottle. You get eight 3 oz packets for $32, which are nice if you travel often but I’d much rather have a bottle or jar of this stuff. I feel like you have to cut the little packets and wipe them on your hair to make sure you get your money’s worth. Besides that, I would definitely repurchase Ouai’s hair care treatment masques or try other products from the line. 

Have you used Ouai’s masque before, what was your experience with them? Not one product works for all, so your thoughts are appreciated 🙂 


The best remedy for dry hair

So you dye your hair to get a shade that makes you smile, but are you also ensuring to keep your hair healthy throughout the process? Yes, hair treatments at the salon, or purchased at a store can be expensive and time consuming; but if you are splurging to get the color, you should do your best to keep your hair soft, shiny and healthy. Except, you don’t need to splurge on treatments, when the best one can easily be made by you right at home.

I love getting my hair done. ( Don’t we all?!) Just over a year ago, my main concern was getting a cool shade of blonde, and switching between blonde and brunette to match the seasons. Then my stylist introduced me to Olaplex, and I learned I could get my hair dyed and keep its’ integrity as well. Because truthfully, pretty colored hair is so much better when you can run your fingers through it and feel softness instead of dry, brittle strands.

So I continued getting my Olaplex treatmemts, but recently I stopped and started doing an at-home remedy which has seriously kept my hair silky, manageable and kept split ends to a minimum. Check out the recipe below, and don’t hesitate in sharing if you have tried it and loved it too.

ingredients 

  • honey
  • coconut oil 
  • pot or pan to heat up ingredients 

how to

  1. mix *1 tablespoon of coconut oil with *1/2-1 tablespoon of honey and heat it up for a few seconds. (*measurements vary depending on length and hair thickness )
  2. make sure oil is not hot and generously apply to your hair, concentrating on ends. 
  3. leave on hair for at least 20-30 minutes. I like applying it and doing whatever I need to do and washing it off at the end of the day. shampoo and conditioner, style as usual. 
  4. enjoy soft, manageable hair until your next wash. do this treatment once a week, but be sure you don’t have allergies to either ingredient first.

There you have it! Quick, affordable and most importantly, it works! The first time I tried this, I loved the fact my hair didn’t get tangled at night, stayed soft to the touch for the few days in between my next hair wash, and looked shiny and healthy.

You can see the sheen on my hair, ends don’t have much noticeable split ends, and considering I do multiple bleach sessions my hair looks and feels healthy.

I even decided to test this treatment versus a few hair treatments I purchased at Sephora, and even though some worked good; I seriously felt the honey coconut oil treatment kept my hair feeling healthier longer that the rest. 
Try it out for yourself !
coconut oil and honey hair treatments

versus store purchased hair treatments.