Lush Routines: Deep-conditioning Hair Treatment

Lush Routines: Deep-conditioning Hair Treatment


– Hi, my name is Nicole, I manage influencer relations for Lush Cosmetics, North America and today I’m going to walk you through my deep conditioning haircare routine. I love to do this on a Sunday night because it does take
a little bit more time and Sunday’s the time
when you prep yourself for the week so you wanna
prep yourself for success not only your groceries, your laundry, but your hair too. So let’s get started. (upbeat piano music) The first part of my routine is using ‘Superbalm Scalp Treatment’. So I really love this because it’s got a base
of coconut oil which is really hydrating and
nourishing for your scalp. So what I recommend is you just massage it in for twenty minutes and then you rinse out. Some people prefer to rinse it out twice but I’m a just one-and-done lady so we just skip it to the next step. The next step in my haircare routine is to use two hair treatments the first of which is ‘Roots’. I love this one because it’s got a really
cooling fresh mint infusion and there’s also peppermint oil. So when I personally am feeling a little aggravated in my scalp, I really love that this cools things down and helps with any itchiness. I then follow it up with ‘H’suan Wen Hua’ this one is a protein rich hair treatment and since I just took my hair out of box braids not too long ago — it is a protective style but your hair can be a little fragile and perhaps a little brittle. So it’s really important to follow up with some really protein rich hair treatments in order to add some strength to your hair. After I’ve rinsed my hair treatments I follow up with ‘Avacado Co-Wash’ this smells absolutely delicious so you’ll be walking around with beautifully ‘fragranced’ hair and not to mention that this won’t strip your hair out of the oils
that I’ve just added in. What’s the point of that? So it’s really, really gentle just massage on to your
hair and rinse out. After I’ve dried my hair I will follow up with ‘Queen Bee’ now this is a nourishing
hair honey, I feel like you could say it’s named
after somebody special, I dunno who the Queen Bee is but tonight it’s gonna be me. So Queen Bee is like a hair oil it’s in a solid form
so no packaging needed. What you’re gonna do is just pinch a little bit off and
massage it in your hands. It will melt with your body heat and then run that through my tresses. Lastly I use ‘Shine So
Bright Split End Treatment’. it contains coconut oil and shea butter and I use this to ‘top up’ my ends. Sometimes these can be the
driest parts of your hair because oil isn’t traveling
down from your scalp because of your curl pattern. So I find it’s really important to just grab a little bit of this and massage it in. So that concludes my deep
conditioning haircare routine. Again, it’s awesome when I
do this on a Sunday night because I wake up feeling fresh and ready to go on Monday. My hair is looking ‘fly’. Nobody can say nothin’ about this. But I’d love to know what
some of your favorites are, so drop a comment below
and let me know what some of your Lush Haircare
Products are your go-to’s. (kiss sound)

31 Comments

  • Jessica Ølnes says:

    First

  • Avery Martin says:

    second

  • Maria da silva says:

    Ho also knows nicole from adelaine??❤❤

  • shay brown says:

    Would u take the sulfates out of at least one of your conditioners…I love your products but cannot use the hair care as I would like…

  • Valiant Pramana says:

    H’suan wen hwa is great, but why you add a very dangerous ingredient like sodium lauryl sulfate lush? It would be better without it. You can use decyl glucoside instead. Its better

  • Aleisha Rockett says:

    So far, I've tried R&B, and it has kept my hair soft on Third day hair, instead of turning brittle and in need of moisture. I bought curly wurly to try on my curls next!

  • miniature maker says:

    I was wondering why you use some ingredients like sls, it is not good for us and the planet. Please make your cosmetics more good for the environment and for us without those kind of ingredients.

  • Cyanne Chedick says:

    You say avocado co wash doesn't strip your hair it oils but sodium laureth sulfate is an ingredient and it's sad because I adore avocado co wash but I can't rlly use it

    *Edit: I think there are other ways to achieve the smooth and creamy consistency but personally (I know that not everyone agrees) all i care about when it comes to what i put in my hair is the smell, how actually good it is for my hair and my end results, and the consistency doesn't matter all that much. Sulfates dont cause cancer, dont irritate the scalp in most cases, but they do strip the hair of natural oils which can be problematic for curlies like me because curls are always asking for moisture. So like I said, I still refuse to use this as frequently as I'd like because I love the results but I dont like the ingredients.

    But dont worry because I LOVE LOVE LURVE lush's other products. I use herbalism, grease lightning, tea tree toner, imperialis and want to marry avobath. So thank you for making all those products great lush!

    Still though puh-lease do something about those sulfates in most of your solid shampoos. Thanks!

  • proudblackjynx says:

    So annoyed at all the fools in the comments talking about sls and sulfates. Unless you're allergic, they are not bad for you! It's so pathetic how uneducated people would so easily fall for the bullshit companies that sell sulfate-free products promote. Yes, those companies made that story and used weak and unscientific research to sell their products. And idiots buy it up. Sad

  • Nathaniel Browning says:

    QUEEN BEE IS BEYONCEEEEE

  • Lucia Akl says:

    Omg I’ve seen you on Jacklyn Forbes vlogs

  • Полина Ергакова says:

    My favourite prodicts are "Dirty" and "R&B". I love the smell and the effect!! Also I love shampoo "BIG" sooo much!

  • D Harrison says:

    Jasmine and Henna Fluff Eaze is awesome. I deep condition with it, the smell is amazing and i masdage it in my hair, throw on a couple shower caps or a shower cap and a winter hat snd go to sleep. Wake up with super hydrated hair.

  • pjacksone says:

    Will Lush be featuring ladies with kinkier hair patterns? Your hair is lovely but it would be nice to see how these products work on type 4 / kinky curly hair. I’m a kinky curly who loves LUSH and I would love to purchase products for my hair.

  • Amy Countway says:

    I’ve been using my avocado cowash and queen bee wrong this whole time 😳… loved this deep dives!

    Ps. Curly Wurly and R&B are also two of my fav lush hair care products 🤗

  • Jazz PT003 says:

    Hey lush I really love your products and the ideas behind them but I would love if you guys would make hair care without any Sulfate’s in them. I would definitely without a doubt buy them!

  • Andrew woodburn says:

    Is this combo for all hair types? I’d love to try queen bee!

  • Christopher Hulsebosch says:

    I really like some of these products, but I wish you all would switch your harsher sulfates to coconut based suffocates, natural fragrances instead of synthetics, and no more parabens.

  • Christopher Hulsebosch says:

    I do love that you are utilize women of color with kinkier hair in your videos. Black hair often requires more moisture, and I have feel that if it works for black hair then it'll work for me. I trust black women with my life.

  • Tasha Leelyn says:

    QUEEN

  • Kure OG says:

    Lush can you make how it’s Made Grease Lightning?

  • Liz V says:

    I LOVE the avocado co-wash 😍 I have really thick hair that’s just a little bit wavy and I use it as my conditioner.

  • Pauline Shiweda says:

    Quick question; the wax you use on your Co Wash Bars, will it have a negative effect on my hair or is it different from candle wax?

  • WIL C says:

    NO THANK YOU LUSH, SAYLIC ACID IS NOT SOMETHING TO BE USED ON YOUR HAIR, YOU ARE TRADING ONE PROBLEM FOR ANOTHER. , YES IT MAY LIFT DIRT AND DEAD SKIN FROM YOUR SCALP, BUT IT WILL DESTROY YOUR HAIR CUTICLES, CAUSING IT TO BECOME DRY BRITTLE AND BREAK OFF ESPECIALLY THIS EFFECT WILL BE NOTABLE ON AFRO-CENTRIC HAIR. AND LUSH USES SLS IN THEIR COWASH PRODUCTS AND SHAMPOO PRODUCTS……..HELL NO, THIS HAS ATOXIC EFFECT ON OUR ALREADY FRAGILE ECOSYSTEMS AND WATERWAYS, NOT THAT GULLIBLE, LOOKING FOR A MORE NATURAL ALTERNATIVE…PLEASE PEOPLE, ESPECIALLY THOSE WITH AFROCENTRIC HAIR, MY ADVISE IS TO STAY AWAY FROM THESE PRODUCTS, THEY ARE NOT FOR YOUR UNIQUES TEXTURED OF HAIR. I HATE SEEING BLACK PEOPLE ADVERTISiNG SUCH HORRID PRODUCTS TO THEIR PEOPLE.

  • jamie clarkson says:

    Hi Lush can you do some shaving creams that are vegan because I can’t use the other ones ?

  • Me Time says:

    Your hair is absolutely gorgeous

  • Coffee Jaytee says:

    Is this ok if you have newly rebonded hair

  • Jen Spice says:

    I make a lot of my own cosmetics and soap but still LOVE LUSH! My favorite LUSH hair care items are BIG (my go to for a deep cleanse) , Queen Bee and recently I discovered R&B. Awesome formulating teams! :)Jen

  • Sunny Bee says:

    I have really dry scalp I can’t touch, brush or move head without dust showing on hair

  • Martha C says:

    We don’t have shine so bright in USA ☹️

  • Jason McCray says:

    Your hair is EVERYTHING queen!!! 😍😍😍

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