HASK Mint Almond Oil | Review

by - 3/03/2016

Hello beauts!

I'm not sure if I've mentioned this, but I have pretty thin hair. And in the winter, it gets crazy static-y. So much so that it's always super annoying and is more than likely tied back. I hate it. So because I have thin hair, I'm always looking for different ways to make it look and feel thicker. I've tried L'Oreal's new thickening hair gel. I've tried OGX Organix Biotin and Collagen shampoo and conditioner, which smells amazing, but didn't have much lasting effects.

If you follow me on Instagram (@ohmy_m) you've seen the picture up above. I teased it because A) the bag is super cute, and B) I'm generally really thrilled with the product I'm about to share with you. It's so so hard for me to get good volume in my hair, not to mention finding something that doesn't smell like you're pouring tar all over your head. (I'm looking at you Neutrogena T/Gel).

HASK has a mint almond oil collection that makes your hair thick but also making it shiny and healthy looking. My problem with some thickening products is that it makes your hair feel weighed down and greasy. I am in love with the shampoo/conditioner combo, because they did just what they said they were going to do. It lifted my hair and made it feel and look thicker. Like it actually had some body to it. They also sent me the thickening spray for the roots, which gives you extra volume.

This is good after you've just come out of the shower and are ready to blow dry your hair. Just shake it, give your roots a couple sprays and comb it in before you dry. It says you can use it on both wet and dry hair, but it gave my hair that greasy and dirty feeling when I used it while dry. So I wouldn't recommend using it with dry hair.

If you want to give this stuff a go and have some amplified hair, you can get the collection here. If you try it out, let me know what you thought!

*This post was very kindly sponsored by BrandBacker and HASK*

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  1. This sounds great! My hair is fairly thin too and this sounds like my cup of tea - I'd love to give it a try!

    Jodie @ Jodetopia x