Percy & Reed: Lovingly Light Foaming Treatment Mask

It’s not often I say this, but this is a bit of a miracle. If you have fine hair, especially long fine hair – and struggle to get a balance between conditioning and volumising – and tend to have to sacrifice one for the other… then you need this in your life.

This little gem of foamy-goodness is from the Percy & Reed brand, that’s fairly new but well worth a look (their no-oil hair oil is amazing too) and whilst I’ve tried and liked a few products from the range, this one I tried and loved so much that I needed to write about it immediately.


So what’s so good about it? Well, simply – it’s a conditioning foam, that you apply in the same way you would any conditioner or deep conditioning mask – you just comb through wet hair after shampooing. But because it’s a foam, it’s really light and rinses out easily. The foam is really light but manages to leave my hair feeling soft and silky – but most importantly, not weighed down.

This is meant to be a treatment, but could be my new favourite conditioner. It’s light enough that you can use every day. In fact, it was just a few days ago that I was having a bit of a muse on twitter about daily use of conditioner for fine hair – as I’d tried going a day without and whilst my hair felt lighter, it was also more static. This could be the solution for me!

So if you have fine hair – I’m serious, try this. I love it! If you do give it a go, do let me know how you get on as always love to hear other peoples experiences of products I love!

Percy & Reed website (Foaming Treatment Mask is £16)

PR sample



  1. August 17, 2012 / 12:22 pm

    have you tried the Full Repair range Shampoo and Conditioner (John Frieda)? They’ve made a huge difference to my hair- which is aversive to almost everything else that I use to attempt to make it “boofy”

  2. August 19, 2012 / 7:02 am

    I’m a massive fan of the normal liquid style Percy and Reed conditioner, but this is just new and different. Loving the idea of a truly lightweight conditioner(:

    Sian x

  3. August 19, 2012 / 6:42 pm

    How long do you think this would last if used daily?

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