Victoria's Secret So Sexy Nourish Healthy & Hydrated Moisture Mask

February 22, 2013
The other day I received a $10 reward card to Victoria's Secret, so I headed over to try to find some Brilliant Love with Diamond Dust body wash.  I ended up getting this in a gift exchange and wanted to pick up some more because I really like the scent, which is "blushing peony and blackberry" according to the bottle.  They didn't have any at the store I went to, so I tried to figure out what else I was going to put my $10's towards.

I noticed that the store I went to now had products from the Victoria's Secret Haircare line in stock, so I decided to go for the So Sexy Nourish Healthy & Hydrated Moisture Mask.  I bought some because lately I feel like regular conditioners are not doing the trick on my hair. 

A bottle retails for $14.00, so I got it for $4.00.  I tested it out and I have to say that my hair felt smoother and was way less frizzy than it usually is.  The product promises to quench "dry, thirsty hair with soothing moisture" and to create "healthy, shiny, easy-to-manage hair."  I would definitely agree with the easy-to-manage part.  I also thought this product was heavily scented when applying even though it is described as a "light, fresh fragrance" that conditions with "Hibiscus and Rosemary Extracts."  Maybe they mean that your hair will have a light, fresh fragrance after using the product, but there is no way I would consider the actual product itself as having a "light" fragrance.  I didn't mind the scent, but just wanted to give a heads up in case you are sensitive to that sort of thing.  I used this mask for two days in a row; however, I want to try to limit it to a once a week thing because my hair felt like it was heavier than usual on the second day.  The impression that I have is that masks are meant for weekly not daily use, but since it worked so well the first time, I just wanted those same results extended...can you blame me?

This is only the 2nd hair mask I have ever tried, and the first time I used one was when my hair was very damaged.  Now my hair is in much better shape, so it's hard to compare the two products.  Do you use a hair mask?  If so, what kind and how often do you use it? 
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