It would be impossible to count the number of times one has glanced at Cheryl Cole, Kim Kardashian or any other A-list celeb in a magazine and gawped at their radiant, shimmering hair. Taylor Swift has claimed to be a frequent user of Kerastase Bain Apres-Soleil shampoo retailing at $36 dollars a bottle. Faith Hill has admitted to spending $40 on Moroccanoil Treatment. Is celebrity style hair that hard to achieve?
So, the question is can the hair-conscious consumer with only a couple of pounds to spend match that. Thankfully, this is where My 7th Heaven’s hair masks really come into their element and show celebrities how to spend their hair budgets more wisely.
Two of My 7th Heaven’s hair care products are their sumptuous Coconut Protein Hair Masque and glossy goddess Manuka Honey Hair Masque. Both masks made by vegetarian animal lovers and retail at only £1 per sachet. So it’s kind of hard not to want to pick one up at your local cosmetics store and give it a try. Check out a little bit more about each of them.
With the texture of creamy coconut dew, the masque is enriched with nourishing protein dense Quinoa (pronounced ‘Keenwa’) grains. These two ingredients have been gently blended together making it a refreshing tropical substance. The quenching coconut oils feed thirsty hair while strengthening and volumizing from the roots for uber hair happiness.
Manuka Honey Hair Masque
The masque is made with golden Manuka Honey (nature’s pure miracle nectar) and nourishing Abyssinian Oil which is rich in Omega 3. This delivers nutrition to the roots of damaged hair leaving follicles rich, and velvety. It can be further described as a sensually deep therapy masque that encapsulated your stands of hair to intensely nourish and revive them. This radicalizes your hair making it radiant from root to tip.
I’ll be giving these hair masks a whirl soon, so be on the lookout for a review. For now, you can get more information on the 7th Heavens hair masks by visiting 7thheaven.co.uk.
(collaboration with 7th Heaven)