The Inforcer Masque is one of 5 products in L’Oréal Inforcer strengthening and anti-breakage hair treatment line which is made of a shampoo, conditioner, mask, brush-proof spray and night anti-friction serum. This review is related to the mask.
The mask comes in an opaque pink container with a capacity of 250ml.
Hair Type Tested On:
The mask was used on very long, light curly hair with a tendency to oil and fall.
The mask smelled fresh and rosy, but it does not overpower.
It has a thick creamy, non-foaming texture that spreads in a buttery way on the hair.
The mask was used once a week over a period of three weeks. Usage methodology involved wetting thoroughly and then lathering the full set of hair from roots to ends with the mask and letting it sit for 3-5 minutes on the scalp. Once time is elapsed, the hair was rinsed meticulously with lukewarm water and dried with a regular towel.
Since this new mask relies strongly on a reinforcing formula infused with Vitamin B6 and Biotin vitamin, it instantly reduced breakage and left the hair intensely conditioned. The hair is thus more resistant and stronger. The mask also envelopes the hair with moisture and nutrients, which allows a visible reduction of split ends reducing the need for a haircut to make it look healthier.
If you have long hair that has become dull and weak due to extreme treatments (such as routine blow-drying and coloring), this product is great to reinject it with life and bringing back its brilliance and volume. Additionally, it will help extremely well in making the hair more manageable i.e. it will be easier to style and brush as it soothes out all the knots.
“L’Oréal Inforcer Masque” retails for $23.8/250ml and is similar in pricing to other brands in the same range such as Masque Cheveux Nutri-Réparateur from Yves Rocher ($14.9/150ml i.e. $24.8/250ml) but cheaper than brands such as Masque Fortifiant – BC Fibre Force from Schwarzkopf ($23.2/150ml i.e. $38.6/250ml).