Whats the best hair oil you've used ?

(12 Posts)
MissMiss1 Wed 03-Jun-15 12:33:19

Im on the lookout for a good hair oil, the ends of my hair are always so dry, no matter what I use. I want something to make it glossy but not greasy.

A friend recommended a Kerastase oil, what do you use that works?

Tizwailor Wed 03-Jun-15 13:03:43

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jasmine1979 Wed 03-Jun-15 13:17:15

L'oreal extraordinary oil is fantastic and slightly cheaper than the Kerastase. (made by the same company though I believe?) It actually makes my hair look ike hair again!
www.amazon.co.uk/Elvive-Extraordinary-Oil-100-ml/dp/B0083H8ASG/ref=sr_1_sc_1?s=beauty&ie=UTF8&qid=1433333674&sr=1-1-spell&keywords=extraoridiary+oil

BradleyCooperwillbemine Wed 03-Jun-15 13:24:40

I would second L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil. In fact I used it this morning and a lady in the coffee shop complimented me on my hair which was rather nice.

RavioliOnToast Wed 03-Jun-15 13:46:20

I use the kerastase elixir ultime, and when my hair needs a bit of a pick me up, I use the got to be, dry argan oil spray? on dry hair.

babybarrister Wed 03-Jun-15 13:56:25

www.boots.com/en/Toni-Guy-Prep-Curl-Defining-Hair-Oil-150ml_1261710/

this is actually really good if you have curly hair

GinBunny Wed 03-Jun-15 13:57:08

I've just discovered coconut oil, my hair looks amazing!

QforCucumber Wed 03-Jun-15 14:00:58

L'oreal Luxe Oil - hair dressers gave me loads of free samples and its amazing and smells delicious!

amazon have it for about £15 or it was £26 from the hairdressers, 3 drops and my hair is smooth and soft. its my new obsession (can you tell?)

QforCucumber Wed 03-Jun-15 14:01:41

I like - it's Wella not L'oreal

QforCucumber Wed 03-Jun-15 14:01:57

**LIE

MrsCrankypants Wed 03-Jun-15 14:03:46

Mythic oil. Best product I have ever discovered! I have greasy hair too and this one is so nice and light and doesn't make my hair greasy at all.

Sgtmajormummy Wed 03-Jun-15 14:26:58

I'm a convert to Huile Prodigeuse. Expensive but you can use it everywhere.

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