Review: Argania Hair Oil


I have, in the last 2 years, gotten progressively into using hair oils for my sometimes crazy, occasionally unpredictable hair. While I generally end up with very straight hair straight after washing it and letting it air dry, I  have often woken up with some interesting styles that turned out to be due to my cat sitting on my head and grooming me at night, as well as the usual bed head.

I received a little bottle of Argania Hair Oil in a recent Her Fashion Box, which, according to the container, was 'made with certified organic moroccan argan oil'. I've been using this for the last couple of weeks, and despite this being only a 5 ml bottle, this little baby still has quite a bit of oil still in it!

After washing my hair, I rub a very small amount (think pea sized) through my hair, not touching the roots (because you really don't want greasy roots!) and then I let it air dry. Et voila!

The end result is a head of soft and silky locks - gorgeous! This also has a mild nutty scent, which is quite pleasant when you swish your hair around. I have tried a couple of oils that were too rich and thick for my hair, but this isn't one of them. As far as costs go, if 5 ml is still at least 3/4 full after 2 weeks, then I think you'll probably find this to be good value!

Have you tried this before? What's your favourite hair oil?

Comments

  1. I'm still using the Paul Brown oil, don't tend to use oil all that often though, only after straightening.. love when you can get more than just a try from a sample :)

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  2. Lol cat hair! Love it! Haven't heard of this brand but Argan oil is so great to use on crazy hair :)

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    1. Not so funny at 6 in the morning when you can't get it to go down! Haha...

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  3. I love using Argan oil in my hair I've noticed a big difference.
    Beautetude

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    1. So have I! It does make my hair super soft!

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  4. I haven't really used argan oil, except for when it was included in a heat protector, and it was excellent. I mostly use coconut oil. ^^

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