Christophe Robin Shade Variation Mask

If you follow me on social media, you'll know I'm currently in the stages of growing out years of dying my hair very dark brown. In the process of this, it has become very uneven and this product sounded like a lifesaver so I couldn't wait to put it to the test! 
The Christophe Robin Shade Variation Mask can be used on both natural coloured and dyed hair is why I was so excited to try it as I have a mixture of both at the moment! This is hair treatment that is not only nourishing on the hair but it also helps adjust and intensify the colour of your hair while boosting the tone of it. There are a few different options available and I have been using the warm chesnut one. 

It contains a blend of almond butter, cocoa butter and burti oil to feed the hair nutrients to help it looking healthy with also adjusting the colour. It has a formula that doesn't contain any ammonia and has a pH of 4.5 to prevent the hair from becoming dry and damaged. This is recommended for those whose hair colour has become a little lack-lustre and if you dye your hair a similar shade of dark brown like I was, you'll know just how quickly the tone of it changes.

This is to be used on washed but towel dried hair and left on for 5-30 minutes depending on the intensity that you desire, I personally like to leave it on for as long as recommended. Make sure that you cover your hair evenly and rinse thoroughly once the time is up. I really love this stuff and it has been working wonders for my hair! It brings my hair back to its radiant shade and gets rid of any of the unwanted tones that I hate. It's so hydrating on the hair and the effects last for 4/5 washes which I think it really good! It will be perfect to have on hand for events to make sure my hair is looking as even as possible while I am trying to grow out the dye. 

The Christophe Robin Shade Variation Mask is available in a travel size too if are wanting to give it a try before investing in the full size! 


This post contains a press sample, all opinions are my own.


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