Macadamia name their Deep Repair Masque as a 'hair reconstructor' that is specially formulated to with Argan and Macadamia oils, to 'penetrate and rebuild damaged hair for improved shine and elasticity'. I've tired many a hair reconstructor but this really is one of the good guys, that going to give you instant results. Here is how I have been getting on with it...
If you struggle with problem hair, whether that be from heat damage, coloration or over-processing, this is going to give you that moisture your hair is missing - in minutes. This is one of the thicker masques I have used, but its texture makes it super easy to apply and a little goes a long way. Macadamia instructs you to apply this to clean, wet hair and leave for 7 minutes. I find that you can use a little less and leave it on a little longer though, to achieve the same and more economical results!
Macadamia oil is a little different to the highly popular Moroccan Oil. It is extremely light weight and super absorbent, so there is little risk of your hair feeling greasy and being weighed down by their range of products. Also, this oil closely resembles the body's own oil and as a result, promotes healthy hair growth, as well as maintenance. Macadamia do use silicones though, which have been given really negative press recently for only masking dryness, 'suffocating' the hair and causing build up. However, they do claim to use a blend of uncommon, 'higher quality silicones' which resist these negative results.
Even just after one use, the effects of this product are completely noticeable. Hair is left so soft and silky, with an amazing healthy shine to it. As well as this, fly aways are less noticeable, locks are so much more manageable and smell delicious! It really works a dream and does everything you want a hair masque to do.
Macadamia Deep Repair Masque 250ml £22.90 | At FeelUnique.com
It isn't a bargain at £22.90 for 250ml, but if you searching the shelves for something that is really going to do the job, I would really recommend this. It comes in a variety of sizes so you can always give it a go and see how it gets on with your hair!
What masques have you been using recently?