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Does anyone else go through phases of growing out hair, then cutting it, then immediately wanting to grow it back out? Yes, me too. Even when I’m not going for length, I still try to protect the strands from damage and breaking. A good hair mask goes a long way.
Farmstay Shining Silk Repair Hair Mask promises a salon treatment at home, featuring olive oil, ceramides, amino acids, and keratin. It’s supposed to help with tangles, split ends, and dull / weak hair.
How to use
Apply generously after shampooing
Rinse thoroughly after 2-3 minutes
I only apply this mask from the ear level to ends, because it’s too rich for my oily roots. It has a pleasant scent that’s not long lasting or particularly memorable.
I have fine, thin, straight hair with oily roots and dry / normal lengths. I color treat it with henna every 4-5 weeks and wash every other day. I would consider Farmstay Shining Silk Repair Hair Mask a deep treatment. Initially, I started using it as a regular conditioner after every wash. While it made my hair quite silky and smooth, it also weighted it down and made it dirty sooner than usual.
Eventually, I started using this more sparingly and then passed it on to my mom - she has much thicker hair that’s lightened and can get a bit frizzy. This is a good mask, but my hair is too thin for it. I can’t afford to spare any volume and Farmstay Silk Mask weighs my strands down too much. It’s not a bad product, just not for me. I bet it would work really well for bleached, overprocessed, dry, or damaged hair.
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