As far as my hair goes - the only thing I trust will help are oils. This time around its the Macadamia Natural Oil ($36 / 1.5 oz). This oil combines the nourishing properties of both Macadamia Nut Oil, Argan Oil and several other natural rejuvenating botanicals.

Smells So Yumm !

The first thing I have to tell you about this oil - is its scent . The fragrance is AMAZING !
Nothing like I've ever smelled before.

Smelled before ? Is that right ? Or is it smelt before right ? I never know what's gonna come outta my mouth. Sometimes I surprise myself ...

Its just so incredibly delicious. I wish there was scratch here area on the computer where you could scratch and take a whiff of this.

Just for fun

All The Uses :

The product is sold as a after wash conditioner to be used on damp hair. But I love using it as a pre-wash conditioner. Post wash I lightly dab a bit of the oil here & there on my hair just for the delicious scent.

I'd like to be ready just in case I meet a cowboy and he happens to run his fingers through my hair !

Hey, a girl can dream !

The makers also claim that the product helps extend the life of color treatments. Apply the oil to the hair prior to color application. This is suppose to improve the ability of your hair to absorb the color. Since I don't color my hair - I couldn't test this out.

Its Dense But In A Comfortable Way

The oil is more viscous / dense than coconut oil but lesser than Castor oil. Because it is on the heavier side remember to apply very little and work your way from there. The oil does not disappear completely but neither does it remain greasy. Its a happy in-between state.

I'd recommend this for girls with relatively thick & dry hair. If you have fine hair, remember to start off with very little product or use it as a pre-wash conditioner. The pump dispenser is good with dispensing just the right amount. The oil adds a lot more moisture and makes hair more manageable. But I'm not letting go of my coconut oil any time soon for two reasons. One, I need a LOT of oil for my hair. Two, its cheap. For now, I am ignoring the downside of the not so pleasant scent.

The Macadamia Natural Oil line is currently being sold at Ulta. By March 2010, it will also be available at JCPenney Salons. Read more at macadamiahair.com

Indian Girl

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zara said... @ January 21, 2010 at 5:30 AM

i love using oil in my hair, this sounds great! question though--when you use oils as like a deep treatment, do you wash out all the product/build up first? i always want to put oil in my hair and then realize i have hairspray and goop and stuff in it so the oil won't penetrate. if i were to wash my hair, and use oil on wet hair, would that work?

Steps To Starting A Business In Australia said... @ April 13, 2010 at 11:58 AM

This oil helps to retain my long hair as beautiful as they are when my mom wash my hair...

Herbal Remedy said... @ June 3, 2011 at 12:20 PM

Thanks for the post.The deal looks amazing to me. I would surely get it and refer all my friends as well, I am sure they would be highly benefited.

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