Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Mogador Hair Oil and TIGI Let it be - Reviews

Hey everyone, so i picked these two products up in TK Maxx a week or two ago and have been using the hair oil in particular ever since. The Mogador Hair Oil was £4.99 and the Leave In Conditioner By TIGI was £4 or around about that price. In my opinion i picked up two great bargains as the Hair Oil normally retails for around £14 plus depending on where you buy it, and the Conditioner by TIGI normally is £5 (again price varies)

Mogador Hair Oil - 
The first thing that attracted me to this product was the packaging as it looks like a medicine bottle which is a little unusual for a Hair product as there normally packaged in a plastic tube/bottle of some sort. Never the less i think the glass bottle makes it look all the more expensive (probably not such a good idea to travel with though.) Also this smells amazing! i cant really describe what the smell is but its just very sweet without being to overpowering or sickly. On to the actually product now i know most people apply hair oils after they shower and onto damp hair but even with applying it onto damp hair i feel as though they still have a tenancy to make my hair oily quickly. Therefore ive been applying it about half an hour before i shower and then rinsing it off and shampooing my hair. Now some people would think that with doing that the product isn't working properly but this is just what works for me. I mainly concentrate the oil on the ends as i feel this is the driest part of my hair and with getting split ends a lot the oil has really helped to soften the hair and stop it from breaking so easily. Also its made my hair feel super soft and nourished without weighing it down or leaving feeling greasy like some oils have in the past. All in all i would defiantly recommend this product as its one of the best argan oils i have tried and although i haven't used many for a long period of time ive tried a lot.   

TIGI Let It Be Leave In Conditioner -
Ive tried many TIGI products in the past and ive loved all of the ones i have tried however for me this was a little disappointing and i expected it to be better than it actually is. I cant complain as it cost less than a fiver but to say that TIGI is one of the top brands when it comes to hair care to me this just didn't live up to what i expected it to do. The two good things about this are the smell (because it reminds me cherry bakewell) and because its part of there Love, Peace and the Planet range which aims to help the planet by having recyclable packing and more natural ingredient within the product. Apart from these two positives there isn't really much else to say about this as ive used better treatments in the past, although this has had a lot of good reviews this just wasn't for me and i don't think i would re-purchase it or recommend it for the simple reason it didn't make a difference to my hair (not that i was expecting miracles or anything).

So thanks for reading let me know what you think of these products if you have ever tried them and ill be back soon to do my hair care routine post!


  1. great reviews! love your honesty :)

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    ps. i'm launching a new giveaway to win 30 beauty products tomorrow inc. essie etc. make sure you stop by! :)

  2. mogador hair oil sounds promising! gona try it! thanks for sharing.

  3. So glad I stumbled upon your blog! I just discovered Mogador Hair Oil, and I'm really loving the smell and how soft my hair is:) I'm also a huge fan of Mogador Hair Oil.
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