I’ve been colouring my hair for as long as I can remember. So dealing with dry and damaged hair is something I’ve long come to accept. But my undoing really came after I bleached my hair some years ago. My hair texture hasn’t been the same since. It’s no longer smooth and sleek.
Well, the bleaching might have stopped but I still colour my hair every two months to hide my greys. And because my hair is so damaged, I’ve taken to swopping out my conditioner for a hair mask as part of my daily haircare routine. However, I don’t leave it on for long because I don’t want to stand around in the bathroom in the cold while waiting for the mask to take effect.
So when the new Jung Beauty 2 Step Steam Hair Spa arrived, I was really excited to try it out, especially since I had just coloured my hair a week ago. Here’s what went down:
What It Is
A formula of hydrolysed keratin, gold, silk amino acids and coconut oil to strengthen hair while repairing damage, reducing frizz and leaving hair soft and shiny.
The mask looks and feels like most hair masks in the market – creamy and a little thick in texture. There is also a rather strong floral scent.
The Keratin Leave-In Treatment, on the other hand, looks like a thick lotion, but feels really lightweight to the touch.