Saturday, 31 January 2015

THREE WAYS, ONE OIL, KILLER HAIR Ft. Natural World Macademia Oil Hair Treatment


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? 


XOXO 






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20 comments

  1. I'm a big fan of Macadamia oil for my hair and have been using one from another brand for years x

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  2. Hi Kristina, this sounds interesting! I usually tend to apply coconut oil to my hair to tame it. That seems to work for me as long as I don’t use too much! I like the sound of ‘macadamia’ oil but not too sure about the price. With my thick long hair I don’t think 100 ml would last long.

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  3. I haven't had the best luck with oils on my hair, as I find the small volume it's sold it to be incompatible with the length of my hair. I usually just use a leave in, or on the very rare occasion a styling cream. I'm glad you found a product that worked well for you, they can be a tough one to nail down.

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  4. I do love an oil every now and again for my frizzy/bleached ends - I use a rose gold formula that isn't too heavy and it smells divine!

    Lauren x
    Britton Loves | Lifestyle Food Fashion Beauty - www.brittonloves.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. I usually run straight to my hair straighteners when having issues with Frizz. Fortunately it doesn't happen a lot so my hair never usually gets damaged by straightening. I have heard a lot of positive things about this product so may have to try it soon.

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  6. I love hair oils but haven't come across this one before! I'll have to see if I can hunt a bottle down and give it a try :D

    Louise x

    Confessions of a Secret Shopper

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  7. Last year was the year I started venturing out and trying hair oils and they are not as scary as you would think! I love Macademia oil - I particularly like using it as a leave-in treatment before washing my hair!

    Sophia Meola | A Fashion, Beauty & Lifestyle Blog

    xx

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  8. I love hair oils and this one sounds like a winner! x

    Laura
    Pink Frenzy

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  9. I love Macadamia oil and this one sounds fantastic! xxx Thou Shalt Not Covet

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  10. i don't get frizzy hair but i would want to try this!

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  11. I have heard great things about Macadamia oil and I even found using products that have macadamia oil in them leaves my skin so so soft :) I cant believe how affordable this is I might have to try this out for myself :) http://ninasbargainbeauty.blogspot.com

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  12. I am loving the Dove Hair Oil at the moment xxx

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  13. I like it as a treatment once a month which is when I feel it works best with my hair x

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  14. This sounds lovely and it's super affordable to say it's got no nasties in! I'm so picky with hair products as well, my hair gets oily so quickly that I have to be careful not to make it worse.

    Jess xo
    http://just-jesss.blogspot.co.uk

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  15. I've heard lots of good things about macadamia oil and all of them were positive reviews. It's nice to read a new feedback, and this time, I will definitely look for one. haha

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  16. I'm always on the look out for new hair products that will breathe life into my hair! I'll have to give this a try.

    A Forte For Fashion

    x

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  17. Looks like a great product! I inherited frizzy hair from my dad and I'm always on the lookout for products like this. Thanks for sharing!

    Jennifer x

    Artstylelove.com

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  18. I love Macadamia products for the hair. It really does make a great difference.

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  19. This sounds like a great product, having short spiky hair however means I don't think I would need a product like this, though I might try some of the wifes :o)

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  20. I'm loving the sound f this product! I should check this out, thanks for sharing!

    styleandchocolates

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