It’s A 10 Miracle Hair Mask

$30.00/ 8 fl. oz. (Prices vary on where the product is purchased.)
@ Ulta, Amazon, Walgreens, Target, and Walmart (Also found at other stores)

 

How it claims to work:

Each and every It’s a 10 product is formulated to deliver a combination of 10 benefits:

  • Detangles
  • Restores Moisture Balance
  • Instantly Restores Elasticity
  • Softens
  • Smoothes
  • Imparts Luminous Shine
  • Enhances Natural Body
  • Nourishes
  • De-frizzes
  • Improves Color Vibrancy

(Source: itsa10haircare.com)

Review:
I had always been familiar with the It’s A 10 brand, from hearing good things about their leave-in conditioner. I never heard much about their deep conditioner. After I dyed my hair the second time to make it the platinum color, the beautician recommended that I try this because of the damage the bleach did to my hair. I decided to give it a try, regardless of the price that nearly killed my heart. You guys know if I can find something cheaper, I will. But I felt like this time, I didn’t have a choice. I will say that this hair masque is a intense deep conditioner. My hair was very damaged when I used this product. I expected this conditioner to work wonders, especially for the price. I was somewhat disappointed. My hair didn’t change much after using the deep conditioner; it felt tangled and rough even after using it. I didn’t see a significant amount of change even after extended use. I was able to get about 3 uses out of it, and I used it every time I washed my hair after dying it. I wash my hair every week, which brought it to three weeks in a row of usage. I couldn’t rely on this deep conditioner to do all of the things it claims to do.

Ratings and Comments:
I definitely wouldn’t have paid $30 for the conditioner knowing what I do know after using it. My hair was in a bad state, which could be a reason why it couldn’t do much for my hair. Although, I used cheaper conditioners that worked up to par. I wouldn’t completely recommend this because of the price. It is a good deep conditioner, but not for the price. I do want to use it again, while my hair is in a healthier state to see if there are any differences. But I only will if I find it cheaper, of course.

I give this product a 3 out of 5.

 

 

 

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