The Review: Label M Honey & Oats Hair Mask BEAUTY February 17th,2016
My hair was in dyer need of some more TLC and it was time to switch up my deep conditioning mask to fit with the weather so I decided to try label.m honey and oats hair mask.
Label.m have been one of those brand that I see everywhere and are one of the official sponsors of London Fashion Week. Most recently my hairdresser has been using a number of their products when straightening my hair and the outcome has been good.
I have always seen products which despite saying "for all hair types" didn't include afro hair so stayed away from it or thought it wasn't for me. It probably didn't help that I couldn't relate to the majority of hair models out there.
Honey is a humectant that helps to absorb moisture into low porosity hair. Deeply moisturising & replenishing, honey is rich in antioxidants & nutrients that exfoliate gently to reveal hair’s lustre. The Oat Extract and Baobab Oil help to strengthen hair fibres to prevent dryness and brittleness that leads to breakage and severe damage.
After co-washing my hair I worked the product into my hair. It wasn't as thick as previous mask I have tried but it seemed to just absorb into my hair. It smelt like a breakfast bar and it was easy to brush my hair through. I left it on for way longer they I should of but with deep conditioning mask leaving them on for over 20 mins will not make your hair anymore conditioned. I have tried humectant conditioners before and haven't been crazily impressed with the outcome and at first I was a little bit meh about the product. It brought out my natural curl pattern but when using steam with my deep conditioner. It wasn't until I braided my hair the next day that I really saw differences. I had no fly away hairs and my hair absorbed my hair oil and when my curls where brushed out my hair was fluffy and soft and not wispy
I really liked the outcome of my hair when I put it in a protective style. I think I will use my other mask for when I want to wear my hair in a bun as I felt that my hair was to full and thick after using this to manipulate. However, I have now found a go to product this winter to coincide with my protective styles. For £15 it is really good.
label. m You have put my faith into hair products that say for "all types of hair"