Léonor Greyl Masque Fleurs de Jasmin
Léonor Greyl may be the most important name in haircare that you've never heard of. She's a Parisian hair 'guru', whose swanky salon attracts everyone from Catherine Deneuve to Princess Caroline - and anyone else who longs for swingy, healthy hair. (Including quite a lot of people who don't have much, on that front: her hair-boosting regimes are well known to smart Frenchwomen - and some men.)
We used to use this mask a lot. And then - it's the curse of being a beauty editor - we forgot all about it. But how on earth did we manage that...? It's literally the most heaven-scented mask ever to grace Planet Beauty. As Cult Beauty describes it on their site, 'with a scent that will have men swooning as you pass.'
Rich enough for even the most trashed hair, it's packed with plant ceramides, botanical oils - and positively pulsing with the heady scent of jasmine, in very generous quantities. It's divine when you use it - and divine when you toss your hair afterwards (which you'll want to do, because it's so shiny).
Masque Fleurs de Jasmin is firmly back on our bathroom shelf. And it ain't going anywhere. (Except occasionally to the hairdresser, where we'll sneak it in.)