Top Three Hair Oils

Hello my Beauties,

Today we’re going to talk about some basic and very important hair care type of product – the nourishing hair oil. Depending on where we live our hair is getting exposed to different kind of weather changes. Mostly it’s the rainy cold and windy weather during fall and winter and the burning sun and salty ocean or pool water during spring and summer.
Many remember to moisturize their faces, but often forget that our hair also needs some extra care, besides the regular shampoo & conditioner.

Here are my Top Three Hair Oils, that make it easy to get the hair silky smooth and nourished at the same time, without putting too much time and effort into it.
Top Three Hair Oils

Macadamia Natural Oil – healing oil treatment for all hair types has been in my stash for quite some time now. You must have heard of this brand, since it’s been raved about on blogs and youtube channels for the past 5 years or so. And in my opinion it’s worth the hype. It’s more on the thinner side of an oil, contains argan and macadamia, that make your hair really smooth. The oil itself has a really warm and earthy, almost cozy smell, which stays for a little while in your hair, but it’s not overpowering at the same time.

Parisienne Italy Semi Di Lino – Linseeds Liquid Crystals is another type of hair oil, that I discovered last fall. It’s being made in Bologna, Italy and what I’ve got here is a 50 ml travel size bottle.
What I love about the bottle itself, is the fact that it comes with a handy pump and even it’s not a glass bottle, at least the plastic itself is dark. As we know oils are best to be bought in a dark, non see-through glass bottle, so all the important ingredients are being safe.  
The product doesn’t really smell like linseeds to me, but the way it spreads over my hair is quite impressive. Smooth application, that makes the blow drying and styling quite easy.
I’ve read that the oil helps especially well with split ends, so if you’re battling that problem at the moment, you might want to try this oil.

SheAterra Organics Moroccan Argan Oil is a face & body oil, which is great to add to your skin care, if you’re someone over 30 or with extremely dry skin. But it’s also meant to be use for conditioning the hair and that’s exactly what I’m using it for. I either add a few drops to my regular homemade hair mask or apply it on the ends of my hair. It doesn’t smell like anything, comes in this case with a little pipette and gets absorbed really fast.

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What I like to do with all of these oils is to put a little bit into the palms of my hands, warm it up and gently run my fingers through my damp hair from the middle downwards, giving the ends some special attention.
After I style my hair the way I want to, it looks shiny – not greasy – and the ends, that are usually so difficult to temp are behaving just as I want them to.

Done regularly you’ll notice the difference. Your hair will be manageable, smooth, shiny and what’s more important – well nourished.

Have you tried any of these oils before? What’s your go-to oil when it come to hair care?