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Hair Treatments -Hask -Repair That Hair Leave-In Spray 5-in-1 Formula

on 3/24/2019 9:24:00 PM


I have the biotin one with the purple label. It does cut frizz and adds a bit of volume, and revives my hair nicely without making it feel crunchy. Price is good, too. I would repurchase without a second thought, except I do not like the scent. If it faded that would be fine, bout I can smell it for hours around my head. It’s not an awful scent, but I’m more sensitive to fragrance and find it to be too distracting. I plan to try watering it down to see if it makes the scent less potent. I’m hoping that works because the product is nice otherwise.

Shampoo -Hask -Argan Oil Repairing Shampoo

on 3/9/2019 12:48:00 AM


Me and my daughter been using this product for about three weeks now my scalp started itching and sores started then me and my daughter noticed are hair started falling out really bad we have breaking of are hair and thinning I would watch using this product I was not happy my hair is a mess now.

Dry Shampoo -Hask -Charcoal with Citrus Purifying Dry Shampoo

on 2/14/2019 4:52:00 PM


This is one of the first dry shampoos that I tried recently (last time was probably Psssst in the 80s), and it’s probably my favorite. It sprays finely, doesn’t leave a white cast on my brown hair (I don’t hold the can too close to my scalp, though), and it has a nice, fresh citrusy smell. I use it mostly to texturize, so I don’t know how heavy duty it is on oil. This one is in the $8-$10 range depending on where you buy it. I don’t like the other ones from Hask as much as this one, though. This Charcoal one is the best one.

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Hair Treatments -Hask -Keratin Protein Smoothing Deep Conditioner


This has made love my hair again. My hair has gone through a pitiful ordeal after this year's heatwave. I relax it and couldn't for the life of me get under a bonnet dryer since I felt like passing out. I couldn't do this for about 6 weeks. So six weeks of air drying and high humidity and on top of that, my stylist panicked and put a nuclear bomb of relaxer hoping to cut the frizz. I've lost over 50% of my hair since July due to breakage. Most of my HG conditioners were discontinued, including my NEXXUS Emergency Reconstructor. Most of the protein treatments that were well reputed like the Aphogee Two Step and Two Minute were downright awful on my hair. The breakage continued. I'm redeemed by the fact that being of Mediterranean and African stock, I inherited a tendency towards BIG HAIR. Think a combo of Dolly Parton, Pam Gryer in the 70s, Brigitte Bardot in the 1960s, 80s, chia pets and a poodle. Without the styling manipulation (teaser and picking combs, extensions, hair sprays and mousses). Yes my hair is really that big naturally.

The average woman would have ended bald with the amount of hair I've lost. This has fixed the breakage and frizz control miraculously. I was not expecting this. I was intrigued by it due to the high protein content and after the frustration made me realize the strink like quality to my hair meant that it needed strength. My hair bounces and shines after I use it. It has a vibrance and dimmension to it's color (naturally dark brown with no grays yet). It has made the tangling less of an issue. Due to the amount of protein I have relegated this to once amonth after a clarifying shampoo for extra potency. I imagine my hair will be back to normal before spring starts. I buy the packets at Walmart but the bottle I can only find on eBay.I cannot recommend enough. This is really a shocking surprise to me.

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Hair Treatments -Hask - Macadamia Oil Revitalizing Shine Treatment

on 12/15/2018 12:23:00 AM


This oil is legit saving my hair. A small backstory: I have mostly straight, thick hair and I know I really don’t have a lot to complain about. If I had one tiny thing though it would be about how quickly my scalp gets oily. So I’d read about this trick wherein you add a teaspoon of sea salt to your bottle regular shampoo. This trick supposedly helps in keeping the oil at bay. I followed the directions and it worked a little too well, as in my scalp became dehydrated and my hair started falling out! I figured out that my little shampoo trick had been a terrible idea and figured the only way to re-hydrate was with oil.

My initial thought was to pick up some good old V05 but then I noticed this one at the drugstore so I figured it could do the job as well.

My method of application is that before I shower, I massage it into my scalp. I then put on a shower cap so as to not wash it off. The steam of the shower also heats up the cap, ergo the oil on my scalp really penetrates while I stand under the water. After about 5 minutes (sometimes longer depending on how much time I have), I remove the cap and shampoo my hair (I’ve replaced my salty shampoo with Maui’s Coconut Milk shampoo, which is helping as well since it cleans without stripping my hair). I then follow with my conditioner as usual. My hair has stopped falling out and looks and feels infinitely healthier than it did prior. I know the oil has a lot to do with this change since I had already switched to the Maui shampoo before having purchased the oil.

Considering the price of this product (the quantity is little but I honestly don’t need to use a lot of it to get the desired effect) and it’s efficiency, I will continue to buy this for even after

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