The Aromachologie Volumizing Mask uses a complex of five essential oils (artemisia, sweet orange, mint, pine and rosemary) to soften, energize, refresh, tonify and stimulate hair. The use of lime tree extract keeps hair smooth and light, while apricot oil provides nourishment.
Perfect for both fine and normal hair, the smooth gel-cream texture and fresh fragrance provide a pure moment of pleasure. Use in place of conditioner one to two times per week for a more visible effects.
The distillation of essential oils is at the heart of L’OCCITANE, a process that captures the highest concentration of a plant’s benefits. It was many years ago in Provence that our Founder, Olivier Baussan,
first distilled rosemary and lavender. Our Aromachologie collection combines essential oils to offer effective and fragrant hair care to suit every need.
1.Squeeze out the excess water from your hair with hands or a towel.
2.Apply the mask with your fingertips by gently massaging into your hair. Concentrate on the ends. Leave the mask on for 2 to 5 minutes. To get better results, wrap your hair up in a warm towel the heat helps to open scales to let the mask act deeply into the capillary fiber.
3.Rinse thoroughly with warm water. A good mask will take longer to rinse out than a shampoo or conditioner. To give your hair more shine, finish off with a spray of cool water.
4.Towel dry hair gently by blotting.
5.Bend over and hang your head down so your hair is hanging down towards the floor. Blow-dry hair with a large round brush (upside down). Then flip your hair over and style gently.
For glamorous and bouncy hair, after a light blow-dry, tie your hair into a loose bun. Dry, hairspray and then un-do.
At the hairdressers, if you have thin hair avoid layering it, because it will be taking off the restricted volume it already has. Cut your hair in a bob and layer from the inside (you will have shorter strands of hair under the longer ones), add a fringe, and favor structured hair styles. Do not hesitate to trim the ends every 3 months to avoid them from becoming thin with split ends.