Review for Etern’l Haircare*
I recently bought an amazing hair do book and have been working my way through some of the new braids and styles for the summer. My only problem with it was my hair wasn’t long enough for some of the styles. I had thought I had long hair as it hangs past my shoulders, but unfortunately not long enough for some of the more complex styles.
Aside from buying hair extensions or waiting till next summer and not having my hair cut for a year. Could there be another solution? Possibly with the help of Etern’l hair care
which I had been sent to review. I received a bottle of shampoo, serum and a big tub of hair mask. All of which were meant to promote hair growth.
They came beautifully packed and all smelt great. I started with the hair serum straight away as this was simple massaged into the scalp at bedtime. Slightly strange sensation going to bed with damp roots but not unpleasant and really quick to do.
The next morning I realised I should measure my hair so I could really see if they did improve growth. So my first measurement from root to tip of my longest hair was 18”.
I kept up with the serum at night and used the mask and shampoo in the week. Only doing my hair twice a week as it goes too frizzy otherwise. I loved the hair mask and it left my hair well conditioned and shiny.
I was pleased with how committed I stayed to using this and kept it up for four weeks. My thoughts on my hair were positive. It felt soft, shiny and looked it good condition. But had it made my hair grow? Could I now braid my Rapunzel locks into all manner of Dutch braids.
Remember my hair at the beginning was 18”. So my final measurement was…18”. Nothing, not even the 1/4 of an inch hair growth you should expect in a month.
A shame really but it wont stop me using it as I’m loving my hair at the moment.
I was sent these Etern’l hair products in exchange for my honest review. You can read more in my advertising and disclosure policy.
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