Hask Hair Care {Beautiful Friday}



How serious are you about your hair? What about your hair care? 

For a couple years I took a break from coloring, and chemically treating my hair. I was on an all-natural streak, grew out my real color. Basically all I did to my hair was get it cut every 8 weeks.

But this year the goal is to think of/treat my hair more as an accessory, while still taking good care of it. No matter how short I cut it, or what new color I choose to dye it, I want it to look healthy, shiny and rich.

I’ve been using Hask products for a while. My favorite is the Henna ‘n’ Placenta conditioning treatment. But the new lines of products they’ve recently come out with are extremely appealing. I can see a lot of new favorites being added to my stash in the nearest future.



I’ve been able to get my hands on Keratin and Argan Oil lines. Since I’ve already tried shampoo/conditioner with Argan oil (even though it was a different brand), I was more curious about testing the Keratin line first. Of course the results after only a couple washes aren’t that visible, but I really want to draw your attention to the oil treatments. Since hair oils are an essential part of my routine, I was extremely excited for these. And they didn’t disappoint. My hair was smooth, shiny and non-greasy!

Here is a little more info on the new lines from Hask:

Also known as “liquid gold,” Argan Oil is a precious, time-honored beauty secret in its native Morocco. Loaded with vitamins and antioxidants, Argan Oil from Morocco repairs, strengthens and moisturizes hair, all while taming frizz and adding shine. 

Keratin revives, restores, calms and strengthens parched, frizzy locks—wiping out the effects of heat, humidity and over-styling and helping your hair look and feel its best. 

Do you use hair oils? What are some of your favorite kinds/brands/DIY recipes? Please share, I’d love to hear what works for you!


Disclosure: The products shown and reviewed in this post have been provided by BrandBacker.com, the opinions are 100% my own.

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  1. Here is a little DIY of mine: Mayonnaise. Yes, it sounds gross (but to be honest not as gross as Henna ‘n Placenta :P). I just leave it in for a bit and the wash it out, the smell washes out, so don’t worry about that.

    • BeingZhenya says:

      No I absolutely agree on the mayo! I don’t think I could do it (because of the smell), but I heard it does wonders! I’ve done yogurt before!

  2. I’ve never heard of this brand before, but I’m totally checking their site out! I’ve really started to focus more on my hair and what it needs. As I’m getting older (only 25 lol), I want to ensure that I not only have hair when I get even older, but that it stays gorgeous! Thank you for the review and your pictures are to die for!

    • BeingZhenya says:

      Ashly you are hilarious – getting older 🙂 haha I am going to be 28 🙂

  3. Oh gosh I want to try this! Always looking for *good* sulfate free products now that I need to avoid them 🙂

    • BeingZhenya says:

      Meg, you might want to hold off on this one, a lot of yucky stuff in the ingredients!

  4. Never tried this product but I’ve seen lots of bloggers buzzing about it lately! Will have to check it out!


    • BeingZhenya says:

      Elissa, it’s probably because we all got it through BrandBacker 🙂 haha

  5. Camomile says:

    I !love! the brown tile background in the last pic of this post. If that’s your countertop, then your counter is gorgeous. If not, well, somebody has good taste.

    I’m a lover of hair oil too–I like to work a couple of drops of castor oil into the ends of my hair before bed and the next day after shampooing my hair is all soft & lustrous. (Olive oil also works great for this; coconut soaks in and makes my hair soft but doesn’t give the shine; corn oil doesn’t work at all–hair feels greasy until washed & then no softness or shine.) I haven’t tried any argan oil products yet, mainly because I always see the argan oil so far down the ingredients list. I figure it’s presence is more for psychological effect than practical, but one of these days I intend to buy some actual argan oil and give it a whirl.

    • BeingZhenya says:

      Thank you for stopping by and for your feedback! I love how you described the effect different kinds of oils have on your hair!

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