Sorry it’s been a little while since I blogged, life has been hectic to say the least. However, I have some fab blog content on the way. I’ve been trying out quite a few new things in the land of beauty. Not to mention my 30 days are now up for trying Halo Beauty vitamins. I’m looking forward to updating everyone on that.
However, today is all about the hair! My hair is incredibly fine and there is not much of it. I have a vitamin B12 deficiency and I also lack in vitamin D. So aside from getting a B12 shot once every 6 months, I’m always on the lookout for something to help my lackluster hair a little bit.
I’ve tried extensions, and I loved them so much. I am on a little break at the moment, but I was so impressed with how my hair grew underneath the extensions. My hair is actually at the longest it’s been in years at the moment. The amazing Tammy Better Than Natural is to thank for that. Check her out on Instagram @tammybtn.
When I had my extensions I used to put a little oil through the ends of the extensions to just keep it soft and untangled. So when I took them out, I carried on with a little oil through the ends.
So here are my top 3 favourites if you like an oil over anything else.
Elvive Extraordinary Oil
This is my absolute favourite. I have tried so many and I always come back to this. It’s light enough even for my thin hair, and it doesn’t leave it greasy.
I pop a pea amount through after washing and can leave my hair to dry on its own, or blow dry. It leaves my hair silky smooth and I can get a straightener through without any resistance.
Dove Pure Care Dry Oil
Dove Pure Care Dry Oil
This is another go to for me. It’s not as light as the Elvive oil, but it does the job. Smell is lovely and a little goes a long way. The dry oil tag means it is not a greasy as some of the other oils on the market. I recommend this in close second to the Elvive.
Ouai Rose Hair & Body Oil
This one irritates me (not literally) and I also like it in equal measure. I cannot put it in my hair, it is just too greasy. I’ve tried it numerous times, but alas it is not to be. It is just too heavy for my hair type. It’s a shame as it smells divine and it’s not cheap. It would suit thick hair.
So why is it on my top three I hear you ask? Simple. I use it on my body. It is lush as a body oil. My skin feels supple and smooth after applying it. Be warned though, as a little goes a very long way. You have to be careful not to turn into an oily mess.
So, there you have it. My favourite hair (and body) oils. Give them a try and let me know how they work out for you.
Have a good day!