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September 9, 2013

Oily Hair

September 5, 2013
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When it comes to my hair, I’ll try just about anything to attain the perfect mane.

It might seem counterintuitive to dump a bunch of oil on your locks, but hair oils were designed to be used as a conditioner, styling tool, and finishing product. It’s basically like a bottle of magic for your head.

My stylist turned me on to MoroccanOil a couple years ago (see bottom right photo below), and I fell in love. Though it’s not cheap ($43 for a 3.4 oz bottle), it lasts for about a billion years (I swear that stuff is regenerating itself inside the bottle). I purchased my first bottle about 2 years ago, and am still on my second, and I use it just about every day. It’s got a light scent and adds just the right amount of shine to my hair.

A little more pricey at $39.95 for 2 oz, Violet Oasis oil is 100% organic (pictured top right), and also claims to work wonders on wrinkles. Having only used it on my hair, I cannot say whether or not it’s legit. However, I thought it did a nice job calming my frizz, and creating a smooth look.

The Ojan Damage Reverse oil (top left photo) is meant to do just that – fix the damage we create by over drying, over dying, and all of that. It’s priced at $25 for 1.7 oz, and a very little bit goes a LONG way (unless you’ve got super coarse or really damaged hair).

Last, but not least, is Got2b Oilicious (pictured bottom left). Available at drugstores everywhere, and only $5.99 for 4 oz, this is a no-brainer if you don’t want to break the bank on a hair product. The smell was stronger than the other options, but I got the same amount of shine and style. And did I mention that it’s only $5.99?!

hair oil collageDo you have a favorite hair oil product that you use?



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