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Beauty Corner - Tsubaki Hair Oil
Monday, September 01, 2014 • 3:17 AM • 0 comments
 Tsubaki Hair Oil
 
Finest premium hair oil that has richly formulated with selected Camellia Oil.
Carefully chosen from the Goto Islands in Nagasaki, the perfect location for producing quality camellia oil thanks to the warm climate, fertile soils and other favourable conditions.
 
It deeply protect, moisturise and repair your hair, resulting in a luxurious shine. Instantly penetrates hair upon application without feeling greasy or sticky and gives a silky smooth finish. It also protects your hair from damage by UV rays and heat from hair dryers (or other styling equipment), while preventing split ends and hair breakage. Elegant and indulgent scent of floral and green fruity.
 
Simple guideline of how to apply the hair oil evenly onto your hair
You may follow the below basic steps to prevent irregular application.
 
1. Pour an appropriate amount onto your palm
(approximately the size of a 10 or 20 cents coin, depends on your hair length)
2. Spread it onto both palm
3. When both palm is covered with hair oil
4. Thereafter, apply and work through your hair.
 
To prevent flat hair
(Particularly recommendable to those who have soft and fine hair)
 Do refrain from applying large amount inappropriately and unevely. start application form the damaged tips and gradually work upwards to the roots to avoid flat hair.
 
To reduce volume or prevent dry hair
(Particularly recommendable to those who have thick and voluminious hair)
Apply an appropriate amount to wet hair and dry it with a hair dryer. Then spread a small amount onto the palms and apply on bottom half of the hair to reduce the volume.
 
Do try this method on area that require extra application
(Especially for those who have entangled and frizzy hair like I do) 
This method helps you to achieve even better spreading to every strands of your hair and to prevent split ends.
 
End Results
The result was awesome, my hair became smooth and shiny.
As well, it really help to tidy up my hair. It has been straightened and placed neatly.
I love the lingering of Camellia fruits fragrance. The smell really well pleases me.
Indeed, it is a well recommented hair product.
It is available at $26.90 exclusively in Watson from 11th Sept 2014 onwards.
Do visit https://www.facebook.com/TsubakiSG for more details
as well, do join the below facebook contest to stand a chance to win the new Tsubaki Hair Oil.
 


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