This is a find I’m really pleased with. I normally stay very faithful to the Kerastase Age Recharge hair mask, which, for my hair, is the best I’ve ever found, but the Label M Honey & Oat Hair Mask is not that different in terms of texture and results. One of the things I hate most is having to rinse out thick masks that take nearly forever. Like Kerastase, Honey & Oat seems to just slip away from the hair under hot water so there’s no residue or hours under a torrent of water.
The smell is also incredible. I know you’d think Label M Honey & Oat Hair Mask would smell of honey (not sure oats have a smell), but rather surprisingly it smells kind of spicy and cinnamon laced with maybe a bit of banana! It’s delicious, actually. It contains oat oil and black honey, and I suspect its the oil content (avocado, olive and oat kernal about mid way through the ingredient list) combined with silicones (my hair loves silicone) that had such a good effect on my hair – my keratin treatment has completely worn off (I have another booked!) so I’d forgotten just what a tangle my locks can get in. This left it smooth, easy to blow dry and shiny – that’s all I ever ask!
It’s £15.75 HERE.
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