Sunday, 14 August 2016

Beauty | Aussie's 3 Miracle Oil Reconstructor


Hello Lovelies! Hair oils are one of those products that tend to freak us all out a little bit. When I think of hair oils the first thing that comes to mind is that horrible feeling when your hair is all greasy to the extent that you genuinely feel like you could spend the rest of the day in the shower washing it all out. But I decided that as my hair has been rather dull and lifeless lately that I should try something a bit more exciting in my hair routine. So I picked up Aussie's 3 Miracle Oil Reconstructor (£9.99) to see if it could add a bit of life to my rather lacklustre hair. 

I've said this on the blog before but Aussie is my go to hair brand. They've done wonders for my thick, frizzy and wavy hair and dandruff so I've been a loyal Aussie girl for absolutely yonks now. So as you can tell I had really high expectations. Aussie sell their 3 Miracle Oil Reconstructor as a light, non-greasy oil that will rejuvenate and heal your hair. You can also use it three ways: before shampooing, on damp hair or on dry hair. Personally I've opted for dry hair (the brave option), using a few drops and running it from my roots to my ends. It can look a bit greasy at first but when you brush it through it blends into your hair and really isn't greasy at all.  


But what about these 'three miracle oils'? Well one of the things that really annoyed me (because I'm a bit of a beauty nerd) is that Aussie don't explain why these oils are so amazing, so I decided to do a little summary for y'all just in case you're curious. 
  • Australian Macadamia Nut Oil What is great about this oil is that it works wonders for both your scalp and your hair, whilst also being lightweight and non greasy. Macadamia Nut Oil hydrates the scalp, and helps to calm frizzy and distressed hair giving it and even giving a beautiful shine too.
  • Australian Jojoba Seed Oil Jojoba oil is a bit of a champion when it comes to hair. Firstly it helps to reduce hair loss, by encouraging hair follicles to grow hair. Secondly it helps to control frizz and moisturise dry and dull hair. And lastly it can also help to control and reduce dandruff, as well as any scalp irritation. 
  • Avocado Oil Turns out Avocado has more uses than just that cliche Avocado on bread Instagram. Avocado oil is a non-greasy oil that helps to moisturise and add shine to the hair whilst nourishing damaged hair and also helping to reduce dandruff.

But what you must be curious about is whether it actually worked. Well I have to say that I'm actually a little bit in love with this oil. I've used it three times so far and I just love the way it makes my hair feel. It gives your hair this amazing shine, and makes it feel just so soft that every time I've washed my hair it's the first thing I reach for. Sure it's pricey at £9.99 but seeing as it will last a really long time I definitely think it's worth the investment. 

Thanks for reading lovelies! Have a great Sunday evening!

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3 comments

  1. It's really hard to find non-greasy hair oils and sounds like you got a winner! I love Elvive by Loreal and that one works wonders too if you ever want to try something different ;)
    Pam xo/ Pam Scalfi♥

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  2. Ooo, this sounds like a winner, Vicky and I really do need to revisit Aussie. Not sure if I can find this here but I am in the market for a new hair oil and this sounds like the perfect one to try.

    Shireen | Reflection of Sanity

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  3. I really liked this spray, it does have all the 3 oils that help my skin. this essay editing service free found here

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