Balanced Guru No Frizz Balancing Oil is a lightweight oil blend that tames frizz, adds shine, and some textural definition. It also smells AMAZING. You can use it two ways!
Apply it to dry hair. Put a few drops in your palms, warm it up, and rub hands together for a second or two. Focus on the ends of you hair. I love using this method for ponytails when I want them to look sleeker. Use any remaining oil on your hands to lightly run over any flyaways on the rest of the style or just put a little lotion in your hands to help spread around the goodness as it’s perfectly skin safe!
Still slightly damp post use and a fully dried side pony. Mind you I haven’t had a haircut in over a year but you can see the effect.
This is what I call the Olsen method. Many people think the Olsens have great hair and one of the secrets to their style is using Argan oil, which is a main ingredient here, on damp hair. For my hair, this produces that odd mix of waves types and purposefully disheveled hair which looks great down or up. When I get out of the shower, I dry my hair with an old huge T-Shirt I make into a turban. Once it’s about 1/3 dry, I apply about 1/2 a dropper full to my palms, warm it up and apply the oil 2/3 of the way up my hair. I don’t comb it through with anything other than my fingers and let it air dry. My Olsen hair lasts the day, then I sleep on it and it’s bouncy, conditioned, frizz-free shampoo commercial hair the next day.
I’ve been using Balanced Guru No Frizz Balancing Oil for about two months now. I never have to worry about residue or buildup. It’s an organic and sustainable company with fair pricing. Even though I use it often, I’m only about 1/5 of my way through the .5-ounce bottle I have. Being $25 an ounce it should certainly last you close to a year of frequent use. I will remind you that this is not going to give as much frizz reduction or shine as a product with silicones in it. Overall, I give it an A+!
Have you tried Balanced Guru No Frizz Balancing Oil? Were you lucky enough to get it in an Ipsy bag? Let us know if you tried it!