By now you all know that when it comes to hair I'm always looking for something...ANYTHING to prevent frizz in the crazy British weather. I am quite picky with my products though. They have to smell nice, feel good and not get me looking greasy (which is the case when you use oils).
A few weeks ago I was sent this Macademia Hair Treatment Oil* (£6.99) by Natural World and I had to test it ASAP to decide if it was going to go in my "Give Away to Friends" pile or my "This Stuff is Awesome, I'm Keeping It" pile. Does anyone else do this?
Back to the product, it comes in a very organic-looking packaging. For some reason I do give in the marketing strategy of "ooh it's brown/green so it must be natural". In this case it actually really is free of parabens and all other junk we tend to find in many hair products so it gets special brownie points.
I tried and tested this gem in three different ways, as suggested on the site:
After shampooing: concentrating on the lengths and ends
In the shower: Before shampooing, by mixing it with conditioner
After blow-drying: applying it sparingly to the ends and lengths to tame frizz and add shine
I love it. The smell is amazing and it really does tame my frizz, especially after blow-drying it. I see my ends looking naturally shiny and healthy which reminds of the hair models you see on tv. The oil itself is actually quite thin and runny and you need the tiniest amount. I spread it on my finger tips and then just go through my hair. Sometimes I use it on the second day if the rain sent my hair to hell and made it look diabolic.
Overall I am REALLY pleased and would definitely recommend checking this out if you're into natural products of really great quality.
How do you tame your frizz?