Look’s Gabrielle: This bad boy is ideal for dry, dam­aged, thick and un­ruly hair be­cause it’s made from cold-pressed marula. It’s jam-packed with pow­er­ful an­tiox­i­dants and re­plen­ish­ing oleic acids, which means it can do a hard­core deep hy­dra­tion. My tresses were trans­formed af­ter the first use. Char­lotte: A lit­tle of this oil went

Less is more. No one wants the works-in-the-chip-shop fin­ish when us­ing hair oils. Locks should be sleek, not greasy.

Rub a tiny amount on un­ruly eye­brows us­ing the soft pad of your lit­tle fin­ger. Oil can also make lashes look glossy, ditch­ing the need for mas­cara, it you rub a lit­tle from root to tip.

Wah! If frizz strikes never fear – keep your oil and a tooth­brush in your bag, then whip them out at the first sign of fuzz. Dose the brush with a lit­tle oil and then smooth down the frizz. Look’s Gabrielle: oh hello there macadamia and av­o­cado oils, don’t you just work a treat in this mid­dle-of-the-price-range pret­ti­fier. There are a lot of shop win­dows on my way to work and I have to ad­mit I stopped to ad­mire this oil’s hand­i­work in most of them. Char­lotte: This is my ab­so­lute fave. It’s so light, def­i­nitely not greasy and best of all cre­ated a su­per sheen from root to tip. My locks loved it. The ef­fects lasted two days and I’ve been fight­ing off all the com­pli­ments ever since I let it into my beauty regime. It’s a win­ner. BEST FOR EV­ERY­THING

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