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I never really tried anything else from their line until my sister gave me a bottle of their Marvelous Oil for Dry, Damaged Hair
a while ago. I’ve been using it for the last year. Unfortunately, I just never really had the time to write a blog post about it or do a video review. But, I definitely think it’s worth a mention. I have since transitioned to using Garnier’s Miraculous Oil for Dry to Very Dry Hair
because I couldn’t find their Marvelous Oil for Dry, Damaged Hair
locally. I do prefer the Marvelous Oil
over the Miraculous Oil
, but both are still quite good. What I like best about these products is that they are multitaskers. They act as a (1) pre-shampoo treatment, (2) conditioner booster, (3) blow-dry accelerator, (4) ends finisher, and (5) overnight leave-in.
To use it as a pre-shampoo treatment
, just apply the product to wet or dry hair before shampooing your hair. The Miraculous Oil
acts as a primer to ensure gentle cleansing. Need a conditioner booster
? Add a few drops of the oil
to your fave conditioner to improve detangling. If you would prefer a blow-dry accelerator
, apply the Miraculous Oil
to damp hair to expedite the blow dry process. Your hair will dry faster than it would with a creamy leave-in. As an ends finisher
, apply the oil
to damp or dry hair to smooth frayed ends and tame flyaways. If an overnight leave-in
is more your style, just work the product through wet or dry hair and leave in overnight to help restore suppleness and softness to your tresses.
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It added shine to my hair without weighing it down or leaving behind any greasy residue. It also really helped to transform my dry, dull hair. The oil
is super light and is easily absorbed by my hair. I like to sandwich it between my other hair products, (i.e., my hair moisturizer
or thicker hair butters like mango butter
and shea butter
). While this oil
smells amazing (slightly fruity with citrus undertones), it contains a high amount of fragrance (in terms of of quantity relative to other ingredients). Nonetheless, the texture is perfect … not overly thick (like castor oil
) and not super thin (like extra virgin olive oil
) … The pump top also provides greater control during application.
♥ Oil is lightweight and easily absorbed by hair.
♥ Oil does not leave any greasy residue.
♥ Oil treats dry, dull, and damaged hair.
♥ Oil multitasks as a pre-shampoo treatment, conditioner booster, blow-dry accelerator, ends finisher, and overnight leave-in.
♥ Oil has a pleasant texture and smell.
♥ Pump top provides control for easy application.
– If you have type 3 or 4 hair, you may still need to follow up with a heavy butter like mango or shea like I did.
– Contains “dimethiconol,” a silicone-based polymer.
– Contains a high amount of fragrance.