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Sunday, 12 July 2015

got2b Oil-licious Dry Oil Mist and Styling Oil Review

got2b Oil-licious Dry Oil Mist and Styling Oil Review

It's time for me to be really honest and hold my hand up and say that I've been a right old snob when it's come to Got2b as a brand before now. I've always overlooked their products on shop shelves because of their busy packaging designs that never seem to really co-ordinate with one another (nitpicker over here if ya couldn't tell) and, despite their affordability, I'd never given them the time of day. Then the other week I was kindly sent these two products to review and I was so impressed that now I feel like a muppet, and I'd like to offer my sincerest apologies to everyone at Got2b and Schwarzkopf. Sorry.

The Got2b Oil-licious Weightless Dry Oil Mist* (£4.19) is something that my dry, frizzy hair has been in desperate need of for a long time. It's a really fine, lightweight mist that smooths flyaway hairs and gives your hair a glow without adding grease or excess oil. I like to spray it on the ends of my hair after styling to add a bit of shine and to smooth things down, but it's also great for using whenever your hair is looking a little thirsty.

The Got2b Oil-licious Tame & Shine Styling Oil* (£4.19) is just like all your other hair oils that contain argan oil, except for a fraction of the price. The smell, texture, results - everything - really remind me of Moroccanoil. I reckon that if you did a blind test on me, I wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the two; in fact, I actually think the Got2b oil smells nicer. Now tell me that's not great for under a fiver?! It can be applied to the ends of damp or dry hair whenever conditioning, smoothing and moisturisation are needed, but I like to use it on damp hair because it's an excellent detangler as well. As with all hair oils, be wary of using this or the mist too close to your roots in case you end up looking like you've shampooed with lard. 

So I've been successfully swayed and I'm now keen to try the rest of what Got2b has on offer! Have you tried these or anything else from Got2b? What did you think?




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Sunday, 12 July 2015

got2b Oil-licious Dry Oil Mist and Styling Oil Review

got2b Oil-licious Dry Oil Mist and Styling Oil Review

It's time for me to be really honest and hold my hand up and say that I've been a right old snob when it's come to Got2b as a brand before now. I've always overlooked their products on shop shelves because of their busy packaging designs that never seem to really co-ordinate with one another (nitpicker over here if ya couldn't tell) and, despite their affordability, I'd never given them the time of day. Then the other week I was kindly sent these two products to review and I was so impressed that now I feel like a muppet, and I'd like to offer my sincerest apologies to everyone at Got2b and Schwarzkopf. Sorry.

The Got2b Oil-licious Weightless Dry Oil Mist* (£4.19) is something that my dry, frizzy hair has been in desperate need of for a long time. It's a really fine, lightweight mist that smooths flyaway hairs and gives your hair a glow without adding grease or excess oil. I like to spray it on the ends of my hair after styling to add a bit of shine and to smooth things down, but it's also great for using whenever your hair is looking a little thirsty.

The Got2b Oil-licious Tame & Shine Styling Oil* (£4.19) is just like all your other hair oils that contain argan oil, except for a fraction of the price. The smell, texture, results - everything - really remind me of Moroccanoil. I reckon that if you did a blind test on me, I wouldn't be able to tell the difference between the two; in fact, I actually think the Got2b oil smells nicer. Now tell me that's not great for under a fiver?! It can be applied to the ends of damp or dry hair whenever conditioning, smoothing and moisturisation are needed, but I like to use it on damp hair because it's an excellent detangler as well. As with all hair oils, be wary of using this or the mist too close to your roots in case you end up looking like you've shampooed with lard. 

So I've been successfully swayed and I'm now keen to try the rest of what Got2b has on offer! Have you tried these or anything else from Got2b? What did you think?




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