Summer...a great time for our minds.bodies and souls,not so much for our hair.Humidity,the heat (48 degrees last weekend....yikes),swimming,and general outdoor living ravages hair like all get out....and it needs some love.L’Oréal Professionnel recognised this,and with the fact that oils of all kinds have made a massive impact on how we care for our locks now, they created Mythic Oil Nourishing Shampoo to address these issues.
My hair is naturally fine and quite wavy (so any oil infused product is likely to see me with hair that resembles the love child of a deep frier,coupled with a hobo...so not great) and that leads me to be wary of oil infused ANYTHING.Most days, my hair works with me, and others – it’s completely unruly (thankfully,my job requires me to have my hair up...ensuring that bad hair days go mostly unnoticed).
After giving the Mythic Oil Nourishing Shampoo a massive workout (beach all day,straightened at night),my hair was noticeably softer to the touch, and after just one wash, my hair was smoother and shiner than i thought it could be,given what i had done to it.The consistency is rich,yet not so much that it weighs down your locks,it foams up beautifully to remove chlorine,salt,product and oils (ironic,yes,i get it.Sebum it what we are talking here) and smells pleasant,without having any actual notable scent to speak of (or weighdown for your hair,It rinses away cleanly,yet leaves a satiny feel that is addictively touchable)
.The packaging....so - darn - pretty,it is truly show off worthy,with it's golden amber hue and gold embellishment,it feels way more luxe than it is priced at (around $25 for the 250ml bottle that lasts for a good couple of months...with two of you using it).Combine with the conditioner.and get hair that is softer,shinier and more manageable than you thought possible (even during summer).For a little TLC gift to your hair,you carn't help but love this.
TIP:Don't be scared of the word "oil"...even oilier locks need to get in on this secret when you beat up yopur hair as much as we do during the summer months.Try it once a week,and see if it gives you that much needed boost - then work up from there.