Arbonne Pure Vibrance Hair Revitalising Masque [Product Review]




At the time of writing this post, I was an Arbonne Independent Consultant. To learn more about what this means, please click here.


If you've been reading this blog for any period of time, you'll know that one my biggest woes is the state my hair is was in. A brief history - in university, I dyed my hair blonde. At first, it was a nice, natural looking shade. But I wanted more, out came the bleach again and again until I had pure white hair. I was using nasty silver shampoos on it and because I also had a short bob haircut, I was blow drying and straightening it every day too. Yeah, I'm sure you can imagine how bad the condition of my hair was.

Obviously, I decided to stop bleaching it. After attempting to dye it my natural colour, I gave up for months and months on end - no dye, just getting it cut regularly and trying to find the perfect hair care routine. I tried various brand, high streets ones such as Tresemme to high end treatments such as the Philip Kingsley Elasticiser. Each time I went back to the hairdresser, the verdict was the same: it's still awful, sorry.

Enter Arbonne, of course. At that time I discovered this brand, I was eager to find skincare free from parabens and mineral oil, but also hair care free from silicone and SLS as well. Honestly, I felt like it was fate. And when I discovered there was a relatively new range of Arbonne haircare, Pure Vibrance, aimed at colour-treated hair, I knew this was the one I had to try.

At the time, I didn't want to invest in the full set so needing a new hair mask, I naturally went for the mask. Thankfully, I wasn't disappointed. This is lovely, thick, creamy masque with a subtle, pleasant smell to it. You only need a very small amount to cover your hair. I tend to leave it on anywhere from three minutes to overnight, but even when I only leave it on for three, it works wonders.

After using this mask, not only is my hair super soft but it feels so much more resilient. I can comb through it with no resistance and over time, I noticed my hair was no longer feeling as fragile as it used to. It started to feel like actual hair again. The moment of truth was when I braved colouring my hair a light brown colour again - when the colour actually took, I knew my hair was back to normal again.

I cannot recommend this hair mask enough for those of you with major hair woes. What's your favourite hair mask?