For the past few months I have been a diehard fan of Biosilk Shampoo and Conditioner. The stuff is pricey don’t get me wrong, but I found that the extra cost was so worth the results I was getting.
When I ran out of my usual stock, I initially went to the store looking to re-stock. However they had no conditioner in inventory, so I was forced to try something else.
I figured why not try something a little expensive, like my Biosilk, maybe it would work the same luxurious wonders if I spent a little more. This was how I came across It’s a 10 Miracle Hair Mask Conditioner.
I bought both the shampoo and conditioner, but up on today’s chopping block is the conditioner, which comes in a plastic tub.
Everything about the conditioner screamed high end, but when I popped the top and inhaled the scent, I was a little skeptical.
The scent was very familiar, it reminded me a lot of what Pantene’s deep conditioning masks smelled like. Fresh and inviting, but definitely done before. I hoped that this $20.00 conditioning mask gave me better results than Pantene’s low priced hair masks do.
I went ahead and bought it though based solely off of the big boasting promises that were written right on the container. It said it would fix my brittle hair, detangle, soften, smooth, and a whole laundry list of other beneficial things it would do for my locks. I felt more confident with my purchase now. I was a happy little consumer!
Unfortunately, my results were not even close to what the promises included.
For starters, after using the shampoo, my hair felt very, very dry with a slick like brittleness I hoped the conditioner would ease.
Instead though, after applying a very nice amount of it, and letting it sit in my hair for a full 10 minutes, I rinsed, and my hair felt unwashed!
I did yet one more quick swipe of the conditioner to my wet hair hoping it would do something as far as making my hair feel as if it were clean. Sadly, no such luck.
I got out of the shower and allowed my hair to air dry. I was hoping that even though my hair did not feel silky and smooth after rinsing, that it would perhaps dry nicely. The results here were also equally disappointing.
My hair was left feeling very dry, beyond brittle, and just very straw like as if it took on a new sickly dead texture.
Now one positive about the conditioner was that it did leave my hair a heck of a lot shinier than usual. However, it was not worth the added shine. Not when my hair was left feeling like dried up garbage.
It’s a 10 Miracle Hair Mask Conditioner is a total waste of money. I learned my lesson, and will never cheat on my Biosilk again.