Product Review – The Mane Choice Ancient Egyptian Collection

 I have been a fan of The Mane Choice since I tried their Manetabolism vitamins and had favourable results, then recently I got a few more of their products that have become staples in my hair-care. Since introducing some of these products into my regimen, my hair continues to be so soft, manageable and shiny. I am not one for hype, but The Mane Choice products were slowly stealing my heart. Recently they started a Canadian site and I did a happy dance, then around that same time their new line – Ancient Egyptian Anti-Breakage & Repair Antidote Collection – was on sale so your girl jumped on it.

From their site:

Ancient Egyptian Anti-Breakage & Repair Antidote Collection has come close to duplicating the most historical formulas used during the ancient Egyptian era. Filled with some of the most rare and robust natural oils such as Kalahari Oil, Oleaster Oil, Mongongo Oil, and Baobab Oil (Signature K.O.M.B Oil Infusion) to strengthen, repair and add remarkable shine.

The collections consists of 5 items: Shampoo, Conditioner, Hair Mask, Oil and Split-End Treatment Serum. The entire collection has the same light floral fragrance and actually when I first smelled it, I said…. and I quote: this smells like happiness.

Needless to say, I couldn’t wait to play with them.

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So let’s get right down to it, shall we?

Shampoo

I have to admit something, I’m not too big on shampoo. I’ll use whatever I have in my storage because I always feel like shampoo just strips my hair of any moisturize when it cleanses. So the quicker I can get the cleaning part over to start the real care, the better for me. But since I bought the entire collection, your girl was going to be using every ounce of this shampoo!

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So nothing fancy here, I worked it into a lather (rather easily) and massaged through my hair. When I rinsed, my hair was so soft! There was no stripped feeling and it was easy to pass my fingers through my hair.

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Conditionerthe-mane-choice-aec-4I apply this to my damp hair and leave in for about 15 mins before rinsing and it helps to maintain the softness left after shampooing. And my word, did my hair smell edible.

Hair Mask

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Now THIS is what I couldn’t wait to try! I part my hair into 2 and then leave the mask on all day (I usually rinse at night when I shower), so by that time my hair has been completely saturated. I love how it leaves my hair feeling sooooooooooo soft and manageable.

But the real game changers….

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Let me explain something to you. For the longest time, I didn’t know what I could use to maintain moisture in my hair and I’m sure that I’ve mentioned how thirsty my hair is in pretty much every product review. And don’t get me started on the ends! They can be so brittle, even with my regular trims. However, the health of my hair has improved tremendously over the past year, so I’ve been quite happy. But I was  still looking for more as far as maintaining that health.

Enter the Ancient Egyptian oil and split-end serum. I use the growth oil as part of the LOC (liquid, oil, cream) method when I’m  styling my hair, and while I do put some of the serum on my ends once I’m done styling, I mostly apply some to my fingertips for easy removal of my flat twists with minimal to no breakage.

My hair LOVES these 2 products. I’ve gotten to the point where I can’t even imagine my haircare regimen without them. My hair is just always soft, shiny, and SO healthy lookin and even my ends have improved.

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I lovelovelove this line from The Mane Choice and will repurchase without any hesitation. And now they have the skin care products – can’t wait to try those! They clearly just want me to hand over my bank account information……

Have you tried these products?

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