The Bosley box claims to “deep condition for strength,” increase “volume,” and keep “color-safe.” I am reluctant to use these kinds of products because many claim to achieve the same thing, but perhaps if I followed the instructions, then the product would actually work.
I shampooed my hair twice and squeezed the excess water out before applying a thick layer of the Bosley masque. I combed my hair to ensure I evenly spread the product as I waited the instructed five minutes. I did notice that there was an odd smell to the masque but it was not unpleasant. It would help if a nice scent could accompany the wait for impatient gals like me.
However, upon washing and drying my hair, I saw a significant change in my hair. Is it the perfect full-bodied hair I always dreamt about? No, but with the amount of trauma my hair has gone through the past six months it never felt so good!
Bosley’s masque ingredients include Biotin and vegetable proteins to strengthen hair. The chamomile and jojoba extract help soften and condition. I was even surprised to learn that the masque added much needed volume to my hair even after I dried it. I found this added benefit miraculous because typically hair masques weigh hair down.
I would definitely recommend this product for desperate gals that want to maintain their gorgeous locks for years to come. For more information check out their website. And to experience it yourself...
→ Buy the Bosley Healthy Hair Moisture Masque, $23.25 (was $39.00), at amazon.com.
Disclosure: A review sample of Bosley Healthy Hair Moisture Masque was provided by Bosley; no compensation was received in exchange for this review. All opinions are those of the writer.
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.