08/04/2014

Lee Stafford Treatment



Woah January feels like ages ago, anyway back in January I was super lucky and won Beauty in Beta’s amazing giveaway (if you haven’t checked out her blog please do everything from fashion to beauty) I was super chuffed to win. Included in the prize was this hair growth treatment from Lee Stafford. I’m quite judgemental when it comes to brands, if I try one product from a range or line and truly dislike I’m unlikely to go back and explore the range further. I had previously tried the Lee Stafford dry shampoo which I truly would not recommend (it made my roots even oilier!) This mask however is truly divine. I do think the branding is a little gimmicky as lets face it no product will make your hair grow quicker, only regular trims can do that! Branding aside though this hair mask is a gem. 

This hair treatment has a light weight feel almost milky in texture (like yoghurt!) When I first opened and smelt this I didn’t think it would be anything spectacular, however after rinsing the product I could feel an automatic difference in the texture of my hair. With hair masks or treatments I do like to see them work, and I could definitely see and feel a difference in my hair. 

After blowdrying my hair it was smoother, softer and frizz free and a whole lot more manageable (my hair usually gets very tangly!) I'm on and off at using this (I chop and change my hair routine a lot) on the days I use it I do notice the biggest difference in my hair, it's just softer and healthier looking. 

This mask has a subtle inoffensive scent that does linger in the hair a little. Despite instructions I like to apply this to the ends of my hair (I always avoid roots with hair masks as they have a tendency to get a little oily) Awhile back I reviewed the Redken extreme range. If your after a hair mask that’s a little cheaper and does the exact same job as the Redken treatment, I highly recommend this as they're highly comparative. The only difference is colour, Lee Stafford's offering has a salmon pink colour, as appose to Redkens White colour also the Redken mask is a tiny bit thicker in texture. My favourite is actually Lee Stafford -it smells a lot nicer!  

Have you tried any hair care bits from Lee Stafford? 
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18 comments

daisy walters said...

I have this and I really liked it but only for the way it made my hair feel, I couldn't say it made it grow any quicker!

xxx | daisydaisyxxo

Amy Keeling said...

The Lee Stafford range sounds quite nice, I'm sceptical on the growth claims but I haven't tried it myself to confirm.
Amy x | A Little Boat Sailing

Evelyn Morales said...

I have heard about this mask before, now you but it back on the map. I really want to try this one myself and I just ran out of my dove mask!

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Charlotte MacDonald-Gaunt said...

This treatment is amazing and it's definitely helped to improve the quality of my hair :o) Xx

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Ria said...

I've actually never tried this before, but you've done a great review and I might just give it a try.

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Miche said...

I've never tried or heard of any of these products. I know nothing will make my hair grow faster but I've definitely fallen for these gimicky things in the past. Still though, if it makes your hair feel nice it's probably definitely worth trying!
Miche from Buttons and Birdcages

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment Daisy, I'm so glad you like this too, I really wish they'd loose the gimmicky branding and just market this as a box standard hair mask :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment Amy it is really nice it smells really nice too. I don't believe any product makes your hair grow quicker, it's a shame really as I can imagine the gimmicky branding would put a lot of people off :(. X

Rinica Warner said...

Hi Evelyn thanks for stopping by (love your blog!) ooh I really want to try some Dove hair care, but yes this is a really nice hair mask, wish they'd drop the hair growth claims and market this as a hair mask though :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Hi Charlotte, glad you like this too...I was really skeptical but this defo makes my hair feel a lot softer and look healthy not sure about the hair growth claims though :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, just followed on BL can't wait to read your posts :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment, glad you enjoyed sweetie :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for stopping by Ria, I really enjoy using just a cheap n cheerful hair mask that gets the job done just what my dry frizzy hair needs haha :) x

Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for stopping by, oh agreed I do think it's fair to say there's no product that will make your hair grow faster (otherwise wed see an increase in bald men around the world rushing to buy this haha) I wish they'd loose the gimmicky marketing and just out hair mask :) x

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Rinica Warner said...

Thanks for comment/tag Jen sounds really fun :D x

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