Sleek Hair or Beachy Hair

The 2011 MTV Movie Awards featured some great ideas for hairstyles, as a show like this that has a more edgy, going out feel and therefore the fashion and styling reflects that. We especially liked the shiny, sleek hair of Mila Kunis and the more beachy, wavy style of Leighton Meester’s. Our hero product, the Neil George Indian Gooseberry Oil, will work with either style.

For sleek & shiny hair, clean and towel dry hair. Using a small amount, emulsify the Indian Gooseberry Oil in your hands and apply from roots to ends, combing through hair once finished. Divide hair into manageable sections, release one section to work on and clip the rest out of the way. Blow dry hair by starting at the root and moving slowly down to the ends, using either a round or flat brush. When section is dry, change the dryer to a ‘cool’ setting to ‘set’ the hair. Continue same process with each section.

For a more natural, beachy look, the Indian Gooseberry Oil will help to keep your hair healthy even when its exposed to the harshest of elements. If you spend time at the beach or pool, use the Indian Gooseberry Oil before heading out. The antioxidant rich formula will protect hair color and keep it from drying out.

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