Thursday, 22 December 2011

The Ultimate Hair Mask?


I have to admit I’m fussy with my hair care. Not only is my scalp exceptionally sensitive, it also has a tendency to get very dry in the winter, and my colour treated hair needs a conditioner that works overtime!

I was sent Geilly Green’s Nourish Mask a few weeks back, and while I had never heard of the boutique salon brand before, I was instantly impressed by the luxurious packaging and design. This is something you would want to see in your bathroom!
The product itself is really thick and looks a little grainy in the pot but smells nice, and a little goes a long way so you only need a small amount. I’ve been using it once or twice a week as an intensive mask and it honestly works wonders. My hair feels soft and shiny, but strong, thick and lustrous.

I’m always extra critical on products that I’ve been sent, as I haven’t made the investment to purchase them myself, so I do have to flag up the one downfall of this product… the price. It retails for £29.99. Ouch!

This is an absolutely fabulous product in every other way. It works wonders for my hair and has certainly secured a spot in my hair care routine for the moment, but would I repurchase it? Maybe…

If it had a price tag of £15 or less, I would definitely add this to my routine on a more permanent basis, but spending £30 on a single hair care treatment is a little lavish don’t you think?
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29 comments

  1. i might be wanting to try this myself but it looks super expensive, yeah :/

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  2. it looks gorgeous! very expensive though as you say.

    emilys musings
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  3. it definetly is expensive! but it sounds great!

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  4. it sounds amazing! but seeing the price kinda hurt my pocket hahaha

    Brigitte
    http://ohhemgeeboutique.blogspot.com/

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  5. Sounds really good but I'm afraid nothing other than Moroccan Oil would make me shell out over £30 on a single hair product. I'll stick to my Joico K Pak treatments x

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  6. Sounds really good but......eh to pricey

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  7. Sounds (and looks) lovely but I honestly dont think I'd fork out £30 for a treatment as I usually go through them quite quickly plus theres always the risk of not liking it.
    xo

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  8. Sounds amazing, but that's very expensive. I love Elvive full restore 5 hair masque. That works wonders for my hair and is around £5 for the tub :)

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  9. ouuuch and it sounded so good untill the price got mentioned, booey, I shant be spending that money =] xo

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  10. It is definitely a bit on the expensive side but it sounds great, I'd love to try it :)

    Frances x
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  11. oooh that is quite pricey, but i'm more than happy to shell out for the Kerestace hair conditioner in a pot, if that doesn't make me feel pampered and give a L'Oreal am i worth it flick - then i'll be blown! xxx

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  12. So expensive! I would love to try it given the chance, but not sure I would pay that much!
    Carissa xx
    http://vanillacrush1.blogspot.com/

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  13. It might be good, but so are so many other things which are a lot less expensive. I think its easiest to justify spending a little more on a good product but the real thrill comes out of finding awesome products at reasonable prices.

    Anca
    http://coralista-xo.blogspot.com/

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  14. Oh ouch yes that is a bit exxy for haircare. I would definitely try it given the chance but not sure I'd fork out the dough for it. Stunning packaging though!

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  15. I use a similar mask by Kerastase and it cost me £26 and I thought that was expensive! But high end masks really do work at rejuvenating the hair so I might give this a go at some point :) x

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  16. it does look very luxurious.. which is definatly confirmed by the price tag haha,gorgeous packaging does make it a little more worth it though,in my eyes :P

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  17. If it worked I'd pay the price. It's at the top end of my product budget but if it provided exceptional results I wouldn't mind. The way you've got to look at it is you're buying one thing that works rather then six that don't.

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  18. Expensive but sounds great though.

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  19. Sounds just what I need!
    Merry Christmas xoxo
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  20. I hate when you found something beyond amazing for your hair, and then realize that it's not in your budget. At least for me, this is definitely way too pricey. But I just have to keep looking for something as good but with a lower price.
    But Merry Christmas and amazing new year to you Fleur!

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  21. It sounds amazing, i wish i had the money to actually buy it! way too pricey!

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    xo

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  22. I'd love to try this out!

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  24. this sounds very good and as you said expensive :(
    I am very fussy with my hair care so when I heard about the Natural Classic Henna Treatment Wax I didn't believe it would work as it only costs £1 in bodycare, but after using it I fell in love.
    Have you ever tried it? I suggest you give it a go as its only £1 or you can get it on amazon for just little bit extra
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Natural-Classic-Henna-Treatment-Conditioner/dp/B002A8AE2O

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