I Tried The L’Oréal EverPure Repair Remedy Mask — Here's What Happened

Trying out the Loreal EverPure Repair Remedy Mask

By Verky Arcos Baldonado

As I mentioned in my last post, I don’t like the cold. In the winter I go to a warm, sunny islita as often as I can. Over the holidays I retreated for an island vacation, and returned with glowing skin. But with a warm, sunny destination usually comes a beach and a fabulous pool that I bask in daily with my kids that is amazing for my spirit, but not so good for my hair. Luckily I was given this L'Oréal EverPure Repair Hair Mask and I couldn’t think of a better time to test it out than after my vacay.

After shampooing my hair with the L'Oréal Ever Pure Shampoo, I skipped the conditioner and went straight to the L'Oréal EverCare Repair Remedy Mask. I left the mask on for the entire 5 minutes and once I rinsed it out, I could already feel the strands more slippery through my fingers! I allowed my hair to air-dry and once it did, I have this routine where if I want it wavy I just tossle it a bit. But if I want it sleek and straighter, I run my fingers through it, molding it for about an hour and add some frizz control serum until it looks smoother. Since it’s been neglected, I’ve been sporting it wild and wavy to camouflage the dryness, particularly in the ends. But after trying the repair remedy mask I was ready for some sleek hair.

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I was super surprised to see my hair looking and feeling silky. It seriously looked as if I had used a quick flatiron on my hair and, best of all, there was no frizz serum needed. The mask seemed to lock the hair ends together giving it a nice swoop at the bottom of the hair and made it very manageable. This mask was the perfect damage control I needed after a vacay. Now that I’ve tried it and see how luscious it leaves my hair, it might be the perfect weekly mask!