Product Review: Nature Vitale Color Mask

Hey ‘Guys’!
So a friend thinks its ‘somehow’ the way I always use guys in the opening and my ‘target’ audience is female; my blog, my rules :p. When I had my hair colored, I noticed that it was fading off with each wash and then I came across Nature Vital Color Mask. I’ve used this mask thrice since I got it and I get amazing results each time.

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Size: 300ml
Price: N970
Product Claim: In just 5 minutes, the mask restructures, softens and leaves the hair with an intense mahogany shine. The result is soft, moisturized and shuny hair with a touch of color that revives the hair’s natural look.

Ingredients: Aqua, Cetearyl Alcohol, Cyclomethicone, Cetrimonium Chloride, Lawsonia Inermis(henna extract), Triticum Vulgare(wheat germ oil), Panthenol, Amodimethicone, Tridecth-12, Parfum, Phenoxyethenol, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Propylparaben, Butylparaben, Mica, CL12250(Basic Brown 16), CL12245(Basic Red 76), CL177491 (Iron oxides)

How To Use: After washing, apply the mask to wet hair. Comb through from roots to ends and leave to work for 5 minutes. Meanwhile wash hands with soap and water to prevent any possible colour transfer. Finish by rinsing the hair well.
I use mine immediately after deep conditioning and just follow the instructions, except I leave mine on my hair for 10 minutes and true to its claim, it revives my color and adds shine to my hair.

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After Use.

Has anyone tried any color mask?

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6 thoughts on “Product Review: Nature Vitale Color Mask

    1. Thanks. Yeah, it should, A friend with relaxed hair said it worked on her hair and weave, plus my hair takes it pretty well, so it should work on most types of hair. You could try a strand test first just to be sure.

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