Four Hair Oils You Need This Winter

There’s nothing quite like the cold, dry air and hours in front of artificial heating to turn luscious locks into a dry and frazzled mess. With less moisture in the air during the colder months, any moisture in your hair evaporates far more quickly and that can leave your ends feeling dull and brittle.

Enter hair oils. While a good quality hair oil is a year-round save, there’s no time like Winter to be investing in a little bottle of liquid gold to keep your hair nourished, soft and most importantly manageable. Keep reading for our favourites…

Living Proof No Frizz Finishing Oil

This non-greasy formula is perfect for dry and frizz prone hair leaving behind a silky soft layer of oil that helps to seal down your cuticles for a smoother finish while locking in moisture. It’s also free from silicone, parabens and phthalates.

Olaplex No.07 Bonding Oil

Girls and guys with coloured hair are likely to fall deeply in love with this repairing oil. It works to strengthen the bonds within the hair cuticle to prevent breakage while locking in moisture and leaving your ends feeling soft and hydrated.

 KEVIN.MURPHY Young.Again Immortelle Infused Treatment Oil

Use it as a leave-in treatment after washing, mix it in with your favourite hair mask or use it as a pre and post styling tool. No matter how you use it, you’ll love the weightless and shiny finish of this restoring oil. It infuses the hair with plenty of antioxidants and vitamins to help protect it from damage.

Virtue Healing Oil

Formulated with a blend of super nourishing plant oils, minerals and keratin protein, this lightweight oil is deeply restorative helping to return shine and softness to seriously lacklustre hair. It never leaves behind a heavy residue and works within the hair cuticle to repair and prevent damage.

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