In a time where dry shampoo is our saving grace for quick hair fixes, we often forget one product that can give you extra shine and moisture. We’re talking about hair oils.
Into the Gloss explains that the trick to smooth and glossy hair is to apply the oil while it’s still damp. This will “make clean hair feel even cleaner” and you can also use this as a detangler. Even when you apply it on dry hair, you’ll feel the same effects.
Of course, not all oils work on different kinds of hair. It’s a matter of testing them out and finding which suits your needs and preferences.
Known for being a natural conditioner, argan oil will make your hair sleek and shiny. Even Binibining Pilipinas-International Mariel De Leon swears by this and told us that she uses it every night. Available at Rustan’s The Beauty Source.
Made with six flower extracts, the Elseve Extraordinary Oil nourishes hair and leaves a non-greasy sheen. Just massage it on wet hair and leave it on for one to two minutes before rinsing. It also has a mild floral scent that’ll last a long time. Available at SM Makati.
Need a quick product to control your frizzy hair? Pour a few drops of Ouai’s rose-gold hair oil and smoothen out your hair, no matter if it’s dry or wet. It has a fast-absorbing formula which instantly gives moisture and repairs damage. Plus, it comes in a small bottle that you can throw in your bag. Available on Sephora PH.
This multi-purpose oil promises to leave your hair and skin with a soft, velvety texture. Infused with six plant oils and vitamin E, your hair will feel silky and have a subtle fragrance. Available at Rustan’s The Beauty Source.
This product is suited for all kinds of hair, making it smooth and protect it from harsh elements. I also found that the floral scent is long-lasting, even on days when I’m out in the sun for long hours. Available at leading salons.
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