REVIEW: Amika Triple Rx Hair Mask

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Studies show that 9 out 10 women have damaged hair. I just made that statistic up but I feel like it’s probably true. Most of us have a harmful hair routine; whether you dye, highlight, straighten or curl your hair on a regular basis, it’s not healthy!!! I literally do all of those things all the time so you can just imagine how damaged my hair is. The obvious way to treat this is by getting hair cuts pretty often, but most hairstylists can’t be trusted. How do they translate “I want just a little trim” into “just shave my head Karen” LOL. If you don’t want to take that risk, I suggest trying hair masks! I’m surprised at how underrated they are, or maybe I’m just new to them. I’ve been using the Amika Triple Rx Mask for a few months now and I looove it for so many reasons.

First of all, it smells freakin’ amazing. If you’ve ever smelt the Viva La Juicy perfume, that’s basically what it smells like. That was my go-to scent in high school so using the mask makes me feel all nostalgic.
Secondly, it makes your feel like a softness you’ve never felt before. I’m trying to think of something to compare the softness to but I can’t. You’ll have to see for yourself.
Also, the shine THE SHINE!!!!! I’ve gotten so many compliments on the shininess of my hair since I started using it. And it’s not like a oily type of a shine, it’s like a Jennifer Aniston type of shine.

This one is a little pricey, but you only have to use once a week so it’ll last a few months at least. You can buy it here. If you know any other good hair masks comment down below!

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