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Argan Oil For All Hair Types

Argan Oil has recently become one of my all-time favorite hair products. No, I’m not late to the party, I’m just finally figuring out through my ever-changing hair which kind is right for me.

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For the Chemically Treated Blonde (READ: MINE) I go with Orofluido. A few drops in the palm goes a long way, (especially with a pixie cut!).  But to keep my highly chemical treated hair from breaking off in a strong wind, Orofluido is my platinum knight in shining argan armor. $29.00, HERE.

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For Curly African Hair– (I’m told…) Treasured Locks Argan Oil Hair Elixir combines a blend of natural oils including castor oil, which acts as a sort of no-frizz serum.  It’s not the cheapest, but also not the most expensive and with it you get the peace of mind that comes with organic natural products. Bonus points for the lavender essential oil, which make for a natural aroma anxiety-buster! $19.99, HERE.

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For the Grease-Lightning Type, One N’ Only’s Argan Oil Spray Treatment. Is lightweight, non-greasy, and you can use it on damp or dry hair. On damp hair, a couple spritzes will condition and add a color and thermal protection while for dry hair it adds a shiny gloss.  $11.99, HERE.

s1443126-main-LheroFor pre-blow out protection, I like Josie Maran’s Self Heating Argan Oil.  $36.00 HERE.

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Prone to dry out and frizz and shopping for your hair products at the same place you pick up dinner? Organix Renewing Moroccan Argan Penetrating Oil can be found at most local supermarkets.  There was a time when instead of using conditioners, I ran a few drops of Organix Argan Oil through my wet hair and the results were shinier and softer than a daily conditioner. Anything that cuts out one less bottle cluttering up the bathtub edge is a win in my book. $7.99 HERE.

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