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Pumpkin Agafii - yeast and burdock hair mask

Pumpkin Agafia yeast mask
Over the past few weeks, Piotr and I have tested the Bania Agafia masks, which have been on my test list for a long time. It turned out that I found a few pearls in a nearby drugstore. Not only Russian cosmetics, but also amla! I was very surprised because I always bought amla oil online. For myself, I decided to take a yeast mask, which encouraged me with its wonderful fragrance. I chose Piotr's burdock mask.

Yeast mask Pumpkin Agafia opinion

I admit that I had great expectations for yeast maskbecause I read a lot of positive reviews about it. Unfortunately, the mask on my hair did nothing. At the first application, my hair was softer, and the biscuit scent of the mask accompanied me for several hours.
Apart from the above, unfortunately I didn't find any pluses. It is also worth mentioning that the mask is very rare, making it more like a conditioner than the full-bodied mask I am used to. Performance is not very good, and all this is due to consistency. A large amount of the product when applied to the hair literally leaks through the fingers. For me it's a big minus because I don't like wasting cosmetics.
I am glad that I finally tested the Bania Agafia hair yeast mask, but I will definitely not return to it.

Burdock mask Bania Agafii opinion

Burdock mask Bania Agafii, i.e. the mask I tested also did not work on my hair. First of all, its performance leaves much to be desired. The mask is very watery. The smell is fine, not intense. The effects that I expected a little disappointed me. The hair after using it was not soft and smooth, but slightly 'hayy'. I was not satisfied with this product and I will definitely not return to it.

Summation

Both Russian masks, both yeast and burdock mask Bania Agafii turned out to be sells.

20 Comments

  1. Avatar Aneta 28 September 2016 / 18: 33

    And I liked the yeast mask and I rarely used it so it didn't bother me in that respect 😉

  2. Avatar Gobli.pl 21 September 2016 / 11: 49

    Thanks for these reviews. I saw these masks in the store and honestly I was tempted. But I would rather consider buying them if they have nothing to do on my hair 🙂 Regards 🙂

  3. Avatar satino 20 September 2016 / 08: 54

    I have not tried these masks yet, although I felt like the yeast one, but after your entry I will probably give up - however, in my opinion shampoos are fine and efficient

  4. Avatar Natasza Miszczuk 20 September 2016 / 08: 45

    Biscuit? I normally feel brewer's yeast there ... But so far I only used it once 😀

  5. Avatar Beauty B. 19 September 2016 / 18: 43

    If I like yeast, I don't like burdock; /

  6. Avatar Kaprysek 19 September 2016 / 15: 59

    I am now learning agafia shampoo and I am satisfied. I am not tempted by masks because I have a lot of supplies; p

    • Avatar Anonymous 20 September 2016 / 07: 30

      And wounds, just not shampoo !!! I bought a big bottle and after washing 1 it turned out that I have oily hair instead of hair. MASAKRA I advise against. It has been in the cupboard for a year, even my husband refuses to use it

  7. Avatar MADAME LIPSTICK 19 September 2016 / 15: 44

    I have wanted to try one of these masks more than once.
    And somehow I always miss them. I must finally buy !! 😉

  8. Avatar Jolanta Flower 19 September 2016 / 14: 58

    I haven't found a hair product of this brand that would be satisfactory for me.

    • Avatar [Email protected] 19 September 2016 / 15: 44

      I was tempted by a biostimulator, but I think thank you 😛

  9. Avatar Ewa Sobania 19 September 2016 / 14: 41

    I wanted to try them once, but I'll think about it 🙂

    • Avatar [Email protected] 19 September 2016 / 15: 33

      In addition to the smell of yeast, it is wasted money. The masks go like water :(

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