Monday, 22 April 2013

Bumble and bumble Invisible Oil.

I love Hair oil's, they just make my hair more managable but some can make my hair look greasy quite quickly as it is so fine, however this  thoroughly modern formula goes beyond traditional hair oils to also provide UVA/UVB filters, and is appropriate for ALL hair types, from fine to coarse and curly. Since it’s colourless, it won’t add an amber tint that can dull or alter the colour of lighter hair.

Oils have been used for hairdressing throughout history, for good reason. Oil can soften and smooth coarse, dry hair and add shine. However, it can also weigh down thin or fine hair. The key is finding the right blend that will leave hair conditioned, repaired and in a better state to begin styling.

This unique, crystal-clear, ultra-lightweight formula features a blend of six essential oils and extracts. Supplementing thesoftening super power of Argan Oil are Coconut Oil, Macadamia Nut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Grapeseed Oil, and Tahitian Monoi Extract, which work together to provide a wealth of hairdressing and styling benefits. Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil* softens, detangles, helps strengthen against breakage, dramatically reduces frizz and tames flyaways and adds shine. It also smells Amazing!

Hairdresser’s Invisible Oil can be used at all stages of caring for and styling hair. Apply to damp hair before heat-stylingto soften. It can even be applied to dry hair throughout the day to tame flyaways and add subtle shine.
rrp £30  

Do you use Hair Oil's, Which one is your Favourite?


  1. I am quite into hair oils as well at the minute (apart from the L'oreal one which I hated) xx

  2. Splendid article!
    I have not tried anyone of this, but make sure to try this out…
    Alva@ Massage Watford


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