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Hair Oil: Aussie 3 Miracle Reconstructor for Damaged Hair

For the past several months, I've been using hair oil for growth and to condition my long, thick, bleached and frequently coloured hair. They fit my philosophy of minimal effort hair care with maximum results. The Aussie 3 Miracle Oil Reconstructor for Damaged Hair is a lightweight hair oil treatment for dry and damaged hair, the latest in a long line of hair oils I've been testing out.

"There's more than life to hair but it's a good place to start" - The Aussie Philosophy

The Aussie 3 Miracle Oil Reconstructor for Damaged Hair is made with three different, deeply nourishing natural oils: macadamia nut oil, jojoba seed oil and avocado seed oil, making it a great choice of hair oil for dry hair. From the first use, it shows a real difference with its non-greasy formula that appears to visibly repair my hair to leave it silky, smooth and fabulously shiny. Over the time, I can feel my hair becoming less dry, frizzy and lifeless. Plus it's reasonably priced, travel-friendly - no glass bottles here.

You can use hair oil at all stages of your hair care routine:
  1. Before shampooing as a nourishing conditioner - don't be afraid to use a heavy hand here.
  2. On damp hair to prevent frizz and tame flyaways - let me know if you've tried this!
  3. On dry hair to maximise shine and create a silky texture - a little goes a long way on dry hair so use sparingly.
Though, my personal favourite is as part of my evening routine in between washes to keep my hair looking healthy. First, I split my hair down the middle and use two pumps on each side of my hair before twisting my hair up into a high bun and heading off to bed. That way, when I wake up my hair is soft and tangle-free, without feeling weighed down.

Have you tried out hair oils yet? Leave me your favourites in the comments below!

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