My Top 3 Serums
L~R - Ojon Damage Reverse Instant Restorative Hair Serum, John Frieda Frizz-Ease Hair Serum, Paul Mitchell Awapuhi Styling Treatment Oil
OJON Damage Reverse Instant Restaorative Hair Serum
This serum is really nice. It contains Ojon oil & Rouge Oleifera oil which when combined have antioxidant properties. It tames the frizz and any stray "flyaways". It isn't heavy and doesn't leave your hair looking greasy as it is easily absorbed. It really adds softness and shine to dull looking hair. You can apply it to wet hair, but I prefer applying it once my hair is dry to reduce the frizziness. A little defintely goes a long way.
JOHN FRIEDA Frizz-Ease Hair Serum
Another favourite. This serum is slighter thicker than the Ojon oil. However, it works well on dry, frizzy and chemically treated hair. I find that it immediately softens my hair and gives it a smooth glossy finish and definitely tames "flyaways". The one in the below picture was purchased in the US hence the difference in shape to the ones sold in the UK. I find that the US version just smells better than the UK one. Frizz-Ease definitely works well if the weather is humid. It should be applied to soaking wet hair, however, I use it just like the Ojon oil, on dry hair. To be honest, it's all down to hair types and personal preference. A little drop goes a long way. If you use too much, it can leave your hair looking greasy though.
PAUL MITCHELL Awapuhi Wild Ginger Styling Treatment Oil
Out of the 3 sserums, this is the most lightweight of them all. Awapuhi is a plant whose clear slimy and sudsy juice present in the mature flower heads is great for softening and brings shine to the hair. This treatment oil is a dry-touch oil that is easily abosrbed into the hair with conditioning poperties. It tames frizz and has a nice soft silky touch. The light ginger scent isn't too overpowering (especially if like me you dislike ginger). Once again, it should be applied to damp hair, but I also apply it to dry hair.
Have you used any of the above? If no, which do you use? There are so many available at the moment. Would be great to hear your thoughts!
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