Bleach London Reincarnation Mask Review

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The hair mask retails at £6.50 from boots. 
For those of you who dye your hair frequently you'll probably be familiar with dye damage. My hair is particularly susceptible to dye damage so I needed to find something that would help revive it after I played around with hair colour.

I used about half a bottle on medium-long hair, which means there's plenty left for the next time I damage my hair by dying it too much.


The other day I tried to go pink again, which involved bleaching it twice, then adding a pastel pink colour and then, since it failed, going back over it with a brown. Well, the brown didn't take so I opted for a light blonde colour and consequently my hair was very damaged.

So off I popped to boots and I stumbled across the Bleach London Reincarnation Mask, and thought hey ho, it's £6.50, (not exactly my usual £1 bottle of Alberto Balsam conditioner) I may as well treat myself (my hair was in desperate need) and I left the store feeling pretty pleased with my purchase.

The product smelt absolutely gorgeous and was well worth the money.
I've heard a lot about Bleach London, that it's a very good brand, so I had high hopes for this product, but did it live up to expectations? I washed out the light blonde from my hair, coated my hair in shampoo (yes I know it rinses out dye quicker but hey ho i'm no expert), before I then combed the reincarnation mask through my hair. Of course, I rinsed out the shampoo first though. Wrapping my hair in a warm towel I sat back and relaxed for twenty minutes.

The mask, which is both vegan and cruelty-free, smelt absolutely gorgeous and felt really good on my hair, and upon rinsing I noticed instant results. My hair felt healthy again, which is brilliant considering I really had put it through a tough time.

One thing I did question was whether or not I could actually achieve the same results as the mask by using conditioner and leaving it on for the same amount of time. I've tried that before, but it hasn't worked quite as well as the Bleach London. That's not to say using conditioner as a mask doesn't work, but the Bleach London worked marginally better.

Any signs of damaged were drastically reduced and hair was less frizzy and left glossy and shiny, so I'd definitely recommend this to anyone dying there hair, especially if that involves using bleach.

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4 comments

  1. I really need to try this. I've put my hair through so much lately - hair stripper and then bleaching, it's in a bad state! I love products that give you instant results- thanks for sharing :)

    Ashley
    https://lellalee.com

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  2. Perfect timing �� I’ve been brunette for like 3 years but recently added some red streaks which involved some bleach first! My hair isn’t super damaged but could do with some TLC that’s for sure, can’t wait to try this. Thanks for sharing! Rach ��
    https://rachaelhope.co.uk/

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  3. So many people have been raving about this!

    Lola Mia x

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  4. Oooh this mask sounds absolutely amazing! Perfect for if your hair needs extra TLC!

    Love, Amie ❤
    The Curvaceous Vegan

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