Thursday, July 3, 2014

Orlando Pita Hair Mask

I have tried and tested many hair masks over the past 15 years. Some I loved and some were, well, good enough. Today I share with you the Orlando Pita Hair Mask, a hair mask that works! 

Do you have dry, frizzy hair that's color treated? How about thick hair? By that I mean hair so thick, it takes a few minutes before water hits your scalp. And let's not forget double processed hair. If you fit any of these descriptions, then I have a hair mask that will work wonders.
This hair mask delivers fast nourishment, tames frizzing and makes it easier to blow dry hair. What else do we need in life? ;)

Hair tip #1
If you use a lot of silicones, Moroccan oils or any other oils in your hair, I recommend getting a clarifying shampoo. Why?

Most women who use oils and silicones have buildup on their hair and scalp. It can be caused by excessive product use, a shampoo that's too moisturizing (not enough cleaning action), or not rinsing out shampoos and conditioners enough.
In other words everyone should have two shampoos, one recommended by your stylist and a clarifying one. I recommend the Phyto Phytoneutre Clarifying Shampoo. It's not over-priced and yet contains loads of natural ingredients. If you want your new hair mask to work, then give it a chance by starting with a clean head of hair.

Hair tip #2
For thick hair, use a clarifying shampoo every 3 – 4 days. For color-treated hair, mix with a little bit of regular shampoo to dilute. This is to avoid color fading.
If you have hair that's dry, fine and brittle, only use a clarifying shampoo every 6-8 weeks. Mix your clarifying shampoo with your regular shampoo to weaken the clarifying shampoo a bit. This little tip will make all the difference before applying a great hair mask.

Shampoo and rinse your hair, squeezing out as much water as possible. For thick hair apply generously throughout. It's a big jar and a little goes a long way so lather that hair baby! (The thickness of the hair will determine how much product you should use.
With a super wide-tooth comb, start combing from the ends, to the scalp. Rinse very well, by well I mean don't leave any residue in your hair thinking it will help. Your hair will have already absorbed all the nutrients it needs.
FYI - I don’t have any advertising on my blog, so their are no kick backs…just my honest opinions on products that I tried over time and that actually work!


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