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Its time again for Makeup Wars! Wooo! Today we will be talking about our favorite oils. Oils for hair, face, whatever we choose! I decided to talk about a product I have been using that is now part of my daily hair routine, ArganEsque Moroccan Argan Oil.
From ArganEsque‘s website:
Makes even frizzy and difficult to manage hair silky, soft, and easier to manage
Awakens Dull Hair
Provides hair with a radiant and magnificent shine
Restore Damaged Hair
Nourishes, Strengthens, and Restores damaged, over-processed and brittle hair
Enhances color treatments by helping to ensure color is applied evenly.
Protects hair from damage when curling or using flat irons
Why I’m Loving This:
I do love hair oils. My hair is thick and when I flat iron it a lot, split ends happen in a snap. ArganEsque has a sweet smell to it, almost a light vanilla scent. I really like it because its not to overpowering and it doesn’t smell like my grandma. When I put in my hair when its damp, I can feel instant softness! Its like BAM, soft hair! When my hair is dried, my hair is super soft. So soft that I can’t stop laying with my hair (my boyfriend can’t stop either!). A little goes a long way. One pump is plenty for my medium length thick hair. I use it a couple of times when my hair is dry too. It works fine but I prefer to use it when its damp. My hair gets super oily fast so I don’t like using oils on dry hair. BUT sometimes when my split ends are looking rough, I use it to hide them a little.