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We know you don’t typically like to hear the words “hair” and “oil” in the same sentence. Often this word combination conjured up memories of bad, greasy and unstylable hair that we all try to avoid. But almost like magic, when you put the words “hair” and “oil” together, you just may find the missing link your hair needs. And while you may have been cautious of them before, it’s time to reconsider. Click through to stylenotes to learn the benefits of hair oil, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it before. –– Michelle Rotbart

 

Improves Your Hair

If you desire softer, shinier and overall stronger hair than you definitely need a hair oil in your beauty routine. We love shine luxe oil for its ability to fight frizz and add control and luster to hair.

 

Protects Your Hair

Not only can oils improve your tresses, they’re also great for nourishing damaged hair and protecting hair from the sun. We always go for healing oil, not only is it filled with precious oils but it also doesn’t contain silicones, parabens or sulfates, aka great for hair.

 

It Won’t Make Your Hair Greasy

Many people are often afraid to use hair oil because they worry it’ll make their hair greasy, especially at the scalp. Not to worry, they won’t; they will however soften hair as well as penetrate the hair follicle providing volume and body and add beautiful shine.

 

Less is More 

Using more product doesn’t necessarily mean a better outcome. When it comes to oils, i’ts quality over quantity, so note that a little will go a long way. Also make sure to evenly distribute oil from roots to ends by combing product through hair.

 

Choose The Appropriate One For You

Different kinds of oils work best on different hair types so it’s important to consult with your stylist on which option is best for you. Determine what kind of hair type you have as well as what issues your working with to determine the best oil for your hair.

 

Special Thanks to Michelle Rotbart for this post. Michelle is a professional trend forecaster for the NYC-based fashion and retail forecaster, Doneger Group

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