|Avon Advance Techniques 360 Nourishment Moroccan Argan Oil Leave In Treatment (what a mouthful)
was £5.50 on sale for £3.30 at the moment!
Primark Hair Essentials Argan Oil conditioner – £2.50
I’m awfully late to jump on to the Argan Oil trend blog wise. I’ve never quite found my perfect product until I hit a double whammy and found two in one day.
I was quite happily browsing in Primark after sitting my theory test and found this conditioner (with matching shampoo but I decided to leave it) and quickly snapped up a bottle. I’ve tried another Argan conditioner from Home Bargains which was 79p but I felt the bottle ran out insanely quickly so wasn’t great value for money. I didn’t have very high hopes for this conditioner but I was quite pleasantly surprised! When using it I felt it made my hair too clean feeling (if that’s possible) and somewhat… squeaky? But after I dried it I couldn’t believe how soft my hair felt! I like to alternate my shampoo and conditioners a lot but I think this will definitely become a permanent fixture in the line up.
When I went home later that day it turned out my mum had bought me the Avon hair oil which we had been talking about a while ago which I was pretty excited to use. I’m not a massive fan of hair oils and thought this one would be no different however it broke the mould for me. When I first used it I think I used waaaay too much so it left my hair feeling quite greasy, however the next day I used a lot less and it made a major difference. It really tames my frizz and has definitely helped with my dry ends. My hair feels a lot shinier and very healthy – plus this little oil smells so nice which can’t hurt. My only issue with it is that I feel like it’s tamed my hair a little bit too much, I like my hair quite curly with a lot of volume so I’ve just been using this on the ends of my hair and it’s eradicated that problem. I doubt it would be a problem for anyone else!
What are your hair care essentials? Are you a fan of these Argan products?