I'm an avid user of hair masks and always have a stash in my bathroom ready 
to slap on my hair at a moments notice.
I try to apply a good hair mask at least twice a week and I like to make an event of it,
cosy pj's, a good film, a face mask and all sorts of pampering goodies.
I'm not fussy with price points when it comes to hair products as I don't always feel you get 
what you paid for and some of the budget hair mask options blow the higher end versions out of the water!
My latest purchase was one I picked up while doing my weekly shop in the supermarket.
I have used lots of L'Oreal hair products in the past and when I spotted this was less than £3
I thought what did I have to loose if it turned out to be rubbish so in the basket it went.

L'Oreal Elvive Full Repair Repairing Hair Masque aims to repair five areas of the hair
and the most common complaints/areas people want to fix.
The five areas are : Strength, Density, Vitality, Shine and Silkiness.
The masque is enriched with a serum and contains Pro-Kertain and Ceramide that both resurfaces
and reinforces the hair so the hair is smother and more resilient to daily wear and tear.

The masque itself is really thick and that is not an understatement so when applying use sparingly,
I have really thick hair and all I use is the tiniest amount on the ends - 
on a side note my hair has grown so much
since I last posted a photo it is now below my shoulders and as crazy as ever!
It has a typical salon conditioner scent - fresh not floral nor fruity!
Although it is really thick it applies really well and doesn't feel heavy in the hair,
I tend to apply it and leave it on for an hour or so but you will also gain great results if you leave it on for
at least 3 minutes so it is a great product for those who have very little time to spare.
I found it to be a great budget hair mask that really gave my hair the added moisture it needed,
it left it feeling silky soft with added shine and less knots than usual!

I paid £2.13/300ml for this in my local Morrison so if this something you fancy I say head to
your local Supermarket and stock up!