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I thought I'd found the best hair oil. On NO. This is

(24 Posts)
MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 13:03:49

It's the organic renewing one. Pale blue.

Bloody love. Much better than lee stafford.

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 13:05:07

SnapesOnAPlane Sat 19-Jan-13 13:06:53

Is it better than just morrocan oil alone?
Better get out my card grin

noddyholder Sat 19-Jan-13 13:30:04

I used the primark one and was surprised at how good it is too

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 13:41:44

I dunno.

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 13:41:57

the scent is delishus

Pinot Sat 19-Jan-13 14:27:58

just use pure argan oil. You don't need to buy shit cheap stuff packed with fillers. Argan oil worth the ££ as it lasts forvever. 2 drops per hair bouffe. Use on hands overnight/chest overnight/hair treatment overnight. Would probably do the dishes if it could.

noddyholder Sat 19-Jan-13 14:50:19

Primark sell a little bottle for £2 its just the oil and says use a 10p sized amount My hair feels lovely and the bottle should last months. What else can you use it for? Chest?

dischordant Sat 19-Jan-13 14:53:24

I've used this one for ages (in op) and its fab, better than aveda damage remedy which seemed to affect my colour somehow.

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 14:54:07

i have some pure stuff from La france - use as emergency intensive body oil.

the hair stuff smells WAY nicer

noddyholder Sat 19-Jan-13 14:56:49

Ok will try on my lizard legs

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 14:58:31

adn chest arms etc - expecially if going out so you arent lizard lady

AlistairSim Sat 19-Jan-13 15:05:23

They do alovely coconut nut one too, which makes me want to lick my own hair.

FunnysInLaJardin Sat 19-Jan-13 15:08:01

I tried a cheaper moroccan oil last year and when I straightened my hair it smelt of chip fat. I went back to the proper stuff soon after

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 15:09:34

coconut? mmm

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 15:09:46

Does anyone have the matching shampoo/.

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 15:10:28

i googled - its macadamia you twit grin

trofeewife Sat 19-Jan-13 15:11:01

I got some kerastase oil stuff. Is okay but not worth the price.

MissBeehivingUnderTheMistletoe Sat 19-Jan-13 15:30:45

I have the shampoo and conditioner - only bought it 3 days ago so have used once. But I like it - will report back after second wash tonight.

The oil is good - better than the pure argan oil I've used before.

MaureenShit Sat 19-Jan-13 16:56:36

yes agree - i am all swishy

BEEHIVE i am caressing my tresses, I am.

takeaway2 Sat 19-Jan-13 17:00:16

I got the one from primark as well and was vv pleasantly surprised at how good it's worked. Together with my new hair dryer, I've had lots of compliments on my hair (not had it cut for ages, or dyed!). smile

CharlieBoo Sat 19-Jan-13 18:34:20

I have the primark one too, was on side at till point and just picked it up... It's fab, really like it. Great on dd's curly hair too, makes the curls really defined and less frizzy.

MissBeehivingUnderTheMistletoe Sat 19-Jan-13 18:37:16

Done 2nd wash <swish> <caress>

Could be a keeper.

MrsMeow Sat 19-Jan-13 18:50:25

I'm impressed with the L'oreal mystic oil one but its v silicone-ey. Wish I could find something that worked as well without leaving my hair waterproof.

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