Wednesday, July 24, 2013

NUME Pure Remedy Repair Mask

I have recently become somewhat obsessed with hair masks. My hair hasn't been in the best condition thanks to recent colouring so I have been trying my best to get it back into shape. My biggest issues are breakage and dryness. I haven't found a solution for the breakage (and the resulting frizz and flyaways) but when it comes to dryness I think I have it under control. I have been using this NUME Pure Remedy Repair Mask a few times a week for about a month now and it does an excellent job of hydrating my hair. Does it repair? Probably not. I don't think you can reverse damage that has already been done but it leaves my hair feeling silky smooth and I can run a brush through it easily after I get out of the shower which makes me happy. Overall I am pretty pleased with how my hair feels and looks after I have used this and I think injecting a good amount of moisture into your strands a few times a week can do wonders.
What is your favourite hair mask?


  1. I too am still in search for something to help with breakage haha but this hair mask sounds amazing , will have to try it .

  2. Sounds pretty good. I currently use L'Oreal Pro-Keratin mask. Works wonders on my ends!

  3. seems very very good!

  4. This product sounds great! I've been looking for a great hair mask so I'll have to try it out.

  5. Ha not you can not reverse damage that has been done. You can just pray for non humid days and try to disguise the damage with products that make the hair lay down and not have the split ends stick or curl up.

    Ali of

    Dressing Ken

  6. I agree, when your hair are already spoiled with coloring and dyeing, then nothing can restore them fully. Though, it's nice that this mask helps to keep them silky and soft)
    Have a great time)


  7. I need to try this! My hair is in such bad shape!

  8. Great review! And amazing product:)

  9. Sounds like a good mask, I love the GHD opulence mask :) x


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