Because I am not going to taste any class of beauty product, not even for you, beloved readers.
This is H’Suan Wen Hua Hair Treatment by LUSH.
It looks like this:
A bit like custard, only beige.
It’s got avocado in it, and balsamic vinegar, and watercress — a veritable salad for the hair. Apply it to dry locks before showering and let it do its intensive hydrating for twenty minutes.
It felt a bit light, which turned out to be a good thing, due to the amount of hair that sprouts out of my skull. There’s a lot to cover.
This is how much I used:
One third of the pot, not bad. Its lightness translated into excellent coverage, so that a little bit went all the way.
The smell? Slightly odd. Sort of like lapsang souchong tea — smoky, a little bacon-y, which I completely do not understand. There are eggs in this too, so maybe they are the culprit? Is it sulphur?
But, this is how my hair looked:
Shot in my favourite location, the back of the 46A.
Look, so shiiiiiny! And sleek, and the highlights, popping even more than they did the day I got them! Highly recommend, even with the odd fragrance.
And it felt crazy-soft, and still does, two days later.
I can hear you saying, Yeah, and the sense of hearing, Sue? I don’t know how to pronounce the name of this! So there. What’s it sound like to you?
Sounds like: if your hair needs a comprehensive conditioning, you better get some of this.
4 thoughts on “Four out of Five Senses: LUSH H’Suan Wen Hua”
I couldn’t handle the smell of this at all! I really wanted to love it because Marilyn from Lush is one of my favourite hair treatments ever, but alas, this stank to high heavens and even a couple of days after washing my hair. And it didn’t do anything special to my hair so I was raging ;)
Try Marilyn if you haven’t already, it’s great for blondes and smells only grand!
I sprayed the be-jeezuz out of the hair with the Moroccanoil spray, and it helped with that stank. Because it is stanky.
Marilyn… that rings a bell…
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