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Thursday, February 9, 2017

Review: Garnier Whole Blends Hydrating Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Mask

Hey Guys,
Today I am going to share my thoughts on the new Garnier Whole Blends Hydrating Mask. I love masks hair masks and haven't use them in a while.I picked this up MONTHS ago but just got around to trying it a couple of weeks ago. Keep reading to hear more about this hair mask and my thoughts on it!

Garnier Whole Blends Hydrating Mask Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk $6.29

Garnier Whole Blends Hydrating Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Mask
Here is what is said about this mask on the Garnier site:

"Generous rinse-out treatment deeply quenches & softens. Our deeply moisturizing yet light & silky formula blooms with a tropical fragrance of coconut water & vanilla milk, bringing to life our wholesome care that gives strands a deep dose of hydration without weighdown, for hair that is delectably soft with silky shine." - http://www.garnierusa.com/

Garnier Whole Blends Hydrating Coconut Water & Vanilla Milk Mask
On to my thoughts:
This mask is paraben free and gentle enough to use every day. It supposed to hydrate your hair without weighting it down. You leave it on for a couple minutes then wash out. This is the best smelling hair mask that I have ever tried! It smells exactly as it noted above...like coconuts and vanilla. You get a ton of product for under $7.00. The jar is about 10oz. The mask itself is almost a yogurt like consistency. It spreads easily through hair. My hair instantly felt like silk after washing it out. I think it did a great job at making my hair feel soft and hydrated. I let my hair air dry overnight and you could still smell a subtle version of the fragrance once dry. Overall, I highly recommend this hair mask and can't wait to try other scents of the Garnier Whole Blends line!

Have you tried this hair mask? Post your comments below!

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