Marc Goldfinger and the curls oils he tested.
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Tried and proved: the best hair oils for men

A few years ago I was introduced to hair lubricates and it changed my life, says our All Ages model, Marc Goldfinger

My ringlets has a natural curl that can be a pain to control. When I started pattern, my hair was dried and changed several times a week, which make it with pretended it worse. A few years ago, I was introduced to hair oils, and they shifted my life; no more wearing a cap post-shower to keep the volume beneath control. However, I have yet to find an oil that strikes the right-hand balance between nourishment and greasiness.

When I first be familiar with the instructions on Kiehl’s Magic Elixir (£29 for 125ml) I was dubious: you’re hypothetical to leave it in for 10 minutes before rinsing out. After day four, I absolutely noticed a reduction in frizz and my hair was softer. Even after ages of not shampooing, I still use the elixir, and my hair and scalp feels cleaner.

Schwarzkopf Got2b Oil-licious Unexciting & Shine Styling Oil (£4.19 for 50ml) was pretty heavy and gave my hair a counterfeit sheen. It did calm the frizz, but whenever I touched my hair I could have the impression it on my fingers. It was good value, however, and its size makes it proficient for travelling.

Macadamia Healing Oil Treatment (28.99 for 125ml,) went toe my hair evenly and made it feel light. I could shape the curls, and my hands didn’t get that weird oily sense of touch.

The Ordinary Marula Oil (£8.10 for 30ml) is incredibly light, and absorbed into my veneer and hair immediately. My hair looked shinier, but it didn’t unexciting my wild frizz. I thought it would be a vitamin smörgåsbord for my locks: it didn’t quite deliver.

Next week: All Ages pattern Leah Alexxanderr-Caine tests toners.

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