Hair Masks: TRESemmé Intense Smoothing Treatment Masque Review

Hair Masks: TRESemmé Intense Smoothing Treatment Masque Review


Today I’m talking about hair masks! I bought two the other day in the hope they would transform my hair into some gorgeous, shiny, sleek locks!

First one I picked up was the TRESemmé Intense Smoothing Treatment Masque which was £1 in Sainsburys and it looks like this:


As you can see its a one use product which is why its only a £1. So firstly, whether or not that will prove to be better or worse value for money compared to a pot, we shall see!

This one is an in shower use, so you do your shampoo then squeeze out excess water and put this in, leave it for 3-5 minutes and rinse. This I find slightly annoying as if you are just having a shower you kind of have to just wait for 5 minutes before rinsing. I know you have to wash your body and face etc, but still this might only take you a minute.

First impressions, it felt really nice on my hair in the shower and also had a really nice smell to it. It was quite thick which meant it felt like it was really going to sink into my hair and actually make a difference.

As my hair dried it did feel slightly softer, I say slightly, there was no magical difference. However when my hair had fully dried it did feel softer, shinier and silkier. It hasn’t effected the ‘look’ of my hair too much but it does there is subtle difference.

To be honest I saw no magical difference although my hair was softer and had less frizz. I would give this hair mask around 6/10

Lucy xxx


George Ezra Concert!

George Ezra Concert!


So last Tuesday as you will know if you follow me on Twitter (@LucyJayne995) I went to see George Ezra, and it was bloody amazing.

I have loved George Ezra for quite a while now and I was so excited to see him you have no idea. And its fair to say I’m even more in love now than I was.

The night was simply brilliant, it was at Colston Hall in Bristol which is a venue I love as its small enough to feel intimate but big enough for a good atmosphere.

IMG_0517The support act was a guy called Raleigh Ritchie and oh my god, he was incredible, definitely has a new fan in me! His energy on stage was phenomenal and he really got the crowd going. After a little research he is an actor too, and is in Game of Thrones? But having not watched that I wouldn’t know!

I would love to see him again as he was really entertaining and his music was brilliant!

Then George came on and just wow! If you haven’t heard his music I suggest you do so right now! He takes inspiration from music greats such as Bob Dylan and Guthrie and his voice is just so soulful and bluesy, and he’s only 21!

He is simply beautiful live and I enjoyed it soooo much!! Here are some random shots I took, although they were only on my phone so quality is not brilliant!







Lucy xxx