03 February 2015

Hair Savior :Bleach London Reincarnation Mask

It seemed for a while there that we were escaping the worst of winter (yes, even here in Scotland). However, all that seems short lived in the past few weeks and we are now throwing on so many layers that it makes any form of physical activity difficult. That isn't the only burden of winter.
Going from the cold to dry air conditioned environments and then the cold then home to central heating, plays havoc with our bodies. Our skin doesn't just get dry but so does our hair. My hair turns brittle and goes static.. adding insult to injury. I don't just mean a little that goes away after 5 minutes oh no its here to stay!

I have had one weapon in my war against dry, static hair this year and that ladies and gents is the Bleach London Reincarnation Mask*.
You may well have heard of Bleach London and be thinking of the hair dyes and then thinking hang on she is talking about a hair mask. Well that's because the same people who do all those amazing colours also do a line of hair care and styling products.
The Reincarnation Mask has some lovely ingredients to hydrate and replenish your hair, these include sunflower seed and micro wheat extracts. You put the mask on pre-shampooed hair and let it do its thing for 10-20 minutes then rinse off. However I have been slightly cheating purely because I love it so much. I us it as a mask after 3 hair washes and in between the others I use it as conditioner.
It really is amazing and unlike most moisturising conditioners it doesn't weigh my fine hair down. It makes my hair soft and silky without making it completely unmanageable.

In short this is the best hair mask I have tried, its simple and easy to use and Bleach have just got it right!

You can buy the Bleach Reincarnation mask online or in Boots stores.

*Items in this post are PR Samples sent to me for consideration. 



  1. Interesting post! Love your style of writing and your pictures!
    Wish you good luck with your blog! And will be happy to see you in my!

    Best wishes,
    Diana Cloudlet

  2. Love this mask so much its soo good! i always use it after shampoo even though it says before



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