Thursday, January 14, 2016

Phytokératine Extrême Exceptional Mask: A Sample Saturday capsule review

This is a series in which, in an attempt to work my way through my sample overload, I spend the weekend trying out samples, then inflict capsule reviews upon the internet. 

In my last review, I kind of went mental telling you the various reasons why you shouldn't bother with Kate Somerville's ExfoliKate.

This time I'm keeping it short and sweet.

I tried Phyto Phytokératine Extrême Exceptional Mask this week.

It was only OK.

You can get a 6.7 oz. jar at Sephora for $59.00.

I actually really prefer Fréderic Fekkai's Technician Color Care mask, and I can get 7 ounces at Walgreen's for $25.00.

I prefer the way Fekkai makes my hair feel—really soft, but not weighed down—and the fragrance is better. If I can also save $34.00, win/win, say I.

How's this for a short review?


  1. Poppy .... I really don't mind a long review or a rant! :)

  2. Well ... maybe what I was really saying "thank goodness this post won't take a long time to write." Also I didn't have to follow my husband around asking him questions about chemistry. You might like detailed posts, but I'm sure he was glad to be off the hook for the evening. ;) I didn't even check the ingredients on the Phyto because I didn't care for it. If only the grueling life of a beauty blogger were always this simple!

  3. Okay - for the first half of the short review I thought this was more stuff to put on MY FACE.

  4. Now I understand ..... and if the product is crumby , who cares what is really in it and why etc.!!! LOL


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