Sunday, 15 February 2015

Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue Range Review

Sometimes I think the whole Universe is against me, you know? I look around and be like, "DUDE?! SERIOUSLY?" Why, you ask? When it concerns the matters of my heart hair. *Hearts are stupid, don't listen to them*. Its like, my hair has this vicious circle. It will be totally damaged, so I go chop it off and promise myself not to cut it again and to take care of it. Everything will be a bed of roses until three months. And then, either I make stupid decisions like coloring it, or abusing it with heat and stuff. Else, external conditions change. Like now. In my new place, there is no soft water connection yet, and boy, is my hair suffering or is it suffering? There is so much damage, I can't even....!

I chopped it off a couple of days ago.

So if there is one product that held my sanity, its this range. When the range was sent across, I was skeptical.  I mean, expecting plain shampoo, conditioner and a mask to do the repair thing? Seems unfair, eh?



But this range, I think its the only reason I haven't gone bald yet. *The fear is real, people* You still want a review? Kay.

The Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue shampoo comes in a flip cap, sturdy container. It smells divine *for the lack of better words!* Its thick and takes some water to dilute so I can spread it easily. It gives a squeaky clean and no, I didn't experience any build up/excessive hair fall. On that note, lets not talk about hair fall :(



The Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue conditioner too, comes in a flip cap container. It is thicker than the shampoo and requires little effort to work it into hair. I leave it in for like three minutes before washing off. It makes my hair so much more manageable. Too much product causes a little weighed down effect though.



Schwarzkopf Bonacure Repair Rescue Deep Nourishment Treatment. I think I will marry it. Really. This adorable tub is definitely the best mask I have used till date. Hard water or not, this work almost the same and makes hair silky smooth ^_^ I leave it for ten minutes max, I am impatient. Plus there's only so much labels on products you can read :D  I don't follow it up with conditioner, obviously. Used once a week, it has given me great results.






Overall, I love the range. I have no complaints as such, just that the conditioner tends to make hair limp if used excessively. If you deal with dry hair, mostly damaged fussy hair, this is your Holy Grail. Pinky promise.

I am still using the Moisture Kick, Volume Boost and Time Restore Rejuvenating Serum and will review them all by the end of next week.

Here is how my hair looks after using these products - air dried.



Let me know how you liked the review. :)

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