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Hairdresser's Invisible Oil by Bumble and bumble

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My hair has never felt like silk. My hair has always been a little odd, with plenty of cowlicks make any hairstyle look odd, and it has never decided on what texture it wanted to be, so most days I either load up with mousse and spend agonizing hours waiting for it to air dry or I simply flat iron it straight. Sometimes, I even have wavy hair on one side and a frizzy mess on the other. I'm sure I am not telling you anything that doesn't sound familiar to you, dear reader, so I will end my babbling and get on with it: a miracle oil.

Hairdresser's Invisible Oil by Bumble and bumble. is a very lightweight oil that can be used on all hair types. I found it while pillaging all the beauty supplies stores for something for my hair, and decided to give it a try. I also bought a small container of the brand's coconut shampoo because it's summer and coconut know what? Who cares. It smells like coconut. Anyways - after washing my hair, I decided to see how my hair would hold up to my seldom used hairdryer and spread a few drops of the oil on my locks. Amazingly enough, I finally had no flyaways once my hair was dry! My hair actually felt really soft, and though not super silky (let's be real here) I still did not detect any frizz. I kept checking it throughout the day and my hair still felt pretty conditioned and manageable. I tend to be a little skeptical of hair products because I've tried a LOT over the years, so I was basically ecstatic at the end of the day.

No, it's not Argan or Moroccan. I have no idea what it is, actually. But it works, and that's what is important, yeah? Though, so as not to be lazy, a quick search gave me this list of ingredients:

"-A Blend of Six Oils and Two Extracts: Provide moisture, soften, and add shine to hair.
-Bis-Cetearyl Amodimethicone: Conditions and detangles hair for easier combing. Protects from heat styling and provides manageability." (

So there you have it, fellow hair-obsessed ladies (and men!). I hope this helps you.



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