Marie Claire’s Digital Beauty Writer Lucy Abbersteen on the top hair oil treatments to help you achieve your best hair, all-year round...
Straw-like hair? Dry ends? Breakage? Identifying the best hair oil for your hair type is one of the easiest ways to remedy the appearance of dry hair. The right one can (and will) restore your hair’s shine and softness leaving you with a glossy mane that’s worthy of the red carpet. And – while we’re on the subject of genuinely great hair – look for hero ingredient biotin in hair supplements, it’s a form of vitamin B, which is thought to support hair’s thickness and growth. Here is Fabled by Marie Claire’s edit of the best hair oil treatments for dry hair:
BEST FOR: FINE, STRAIGHT HAIR
Bumble and Bumble Hairdressers Invisible Oil
Containing argan, macadamia and coconut oil for hair, this super lightweight spray softens your locks without weighing it down as well as offering UV and heat protection. Fabled by Marie Claire is hooked.
BEST FOR: LONG, WAVY HAIR
Aveda Dry Remedy Daily Moisturising Oil
A great daily styling aid for mid-lengths and ends that are prone to dryness, Aveda’s Dry Remedy is made using 99.9 naturally derived, making it great for fans of clean beauty.
BEST FOR: THICK OR AFRO HAIR
Windle and Moodie Shine & Smoothing Oil
This is one of the best oils for hair; on damp hair it smooths flyaways for the perfect blow-dried finish, and on dry hair is a great styling agent to add shine, as well as containing a protective UV filter.
Hair oils are one of the fastest ways to remedy the appearance of dry hair
BEST FOR: HAIR GROWTH
Grow Gorgeous Hair Growth Serum Intense
If you’re looking for a hair growth oil, we have the treatment for you; technically a serum, the intense version of Grow Gorgeous’ Hair Growth potion contains essential actives for stronger, longer hair.
John Masters Organics 100% Argan Oil
Argan oil for hair is a strong contender for the best hair repair treatment around, and John Masters Organics is 100% argan and nothing but. This one can also be used on your skin too, as it has a comedogenic rating of 0, meaning it won’t clog pores.