its product write-up, this mask, “…submerges hair in humectants and extracts to revive just-colored condition and silkiness" and, “…provides long lasting color brilliance."
So naturally I used it on hair that hasn’t been highlighted since March. Why I did this I do not know but because I went this route I can’t comment on whether or not this hair mask has any real impact on revitalizing hair colour.
However, I can easily say that this product does a wonderful job of transforming dull hair into hair that’s super-shiny and that feels and looks silky soft. It also did a fairly good job at taming frizz.
Compared to the Joico K-pak Revitaluxe Bio-advanced Restorative Treatment I tried out a few weeks, the Fekkai mask does a better job at leaving hair smooth and left my hair looking shinier for longer. While I felt like I needed to use the Joico mask twice a week to keep up the shine levels, the Fekkai one is easily a once-a-week treatment.
Like the Joico product, the Fekkai mask works best if applied after hair has been shampooed and conditioned. However, I found that if I applied this mask, I could get away with skipping my usual post-wash MoroccanOil treatment.
Like most hair masks out there, this one is easy to apply and only needs about five minutes in the shower to work its magic.
Would I buy this product: Yes, especially if I can find it on sale since it normally retails for around $40 (yeah, it’s pricey).
Should you buy it: If you’re looking to add some shine to your hair, pick it up (ideally on sale).
*I received this product in my Luxe Box.*