The ultimate hair revive with Eva NYC

At my most recent hair appointment I decided to go lighter and embrace a full balayage hairstyle and chop for summer. I think I've been trying to grow my hair out for as long as I can remember but my hair just never manages to STAY healthy enough to make that happen. Using damaging heat tools daily, sleeping with wet hair in a pony tail and not relying on dry shampoo enough in the past have been hard habits to shake. But with a fresh chop and little to no more broken ends it's time to keep up the full hair revive I've got going on with healthier habits. Insert EVA NYC Therapy Session Hair Mask.

I've tried various EVA NYC products in the past as featured on the blog but none ever seemed to compare to the love I have for their Dry Shampoo until I was introduced to the Therapy Session Hair Mask sold on the EVA NYC website for $18 and now at Old Navy stores! I use hair masks 1-2 times a week to give my hair some much-needed love and I am loving having this mask as part of my rotation. Hair masks are also considered to be deep conditioning treatments that provide your hair with the nutrients and seal it needs to prevent (further) breakage and give your hair some shine and moisture often lacking in upcoming summer months. This therapy mask consists of Argan Oil (one of my favorite ingredients) that provides hair with vitamins and nutrients as well as Keravis which is responsible for repairing and preventing breakage. The aroma of this product is very pleasant and refreshing as all of the other EVA NYC products I've tried are. 

I've been using this hair mask for the last two weeks (twice weekly) and have already noticed some amazing results including smoother and more manageable hair! My hair is naturally on the frizzy/wavy side and using this mask really helps tame the frizz and flyaways.

I apply this mask in the evening massaging a good amount from roots to ends through my hair. Once all of my hair is covered I wait five minutes before hopping in the shower to rinse it out. I actually don't use a shampoo or conditioner after using this mask since it is responsible for deep conditioning on its own. After the shower, I let my hair air dry to its natural wavy state (which I'm trying to get better at embracing instead of relying on my hot tools). 

For blondes, those that dye their hair regularly, use hot tools regularly/daily and those with frizzy hair -- this mask is for you to help tame and revive your 'do! 

Thank you to EVA NYC for collaborating on this blog post! All thoughts and opinions expressed on West Coast Aesthetic are my own and every collaboration is done with absolute integrity.