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Windle & Moodie. This line is an extension from the brand’s award-winning salon in Covent Garden, UK. I have been using their Shine & Smoothing Oil with UV Protector. It is a supercharged blend of apricot, camellia, and argan natural oils. The Camellia oil is from the Jeju Islands in the South Pacific. It is known to calm the scalp, and promote hair growth. This oil smooths and nourishes your hair. It is left silky, polished, and controlled  It contains a blow-drying agent to tame fly-aways as well. Use it on both wet and dry hair. 

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but your haircare is. Now that you’re using Silktagethe rejuvenating styling serum. I have been using this oil blend for a month, and it does not disappoint. The signature ingredients are; Camelilia Oil, Monoi oil, and Argan oil. Camelilia is better known as Green tea, which is high in anti oxidants, essential fatty acids, and vitamins. The Japanese have used this for centuries to nourish skin, nails, and hair. Monoi Oil is an ancient Polynesian beauty secret. It is an infusion of Tahitian Gardenia flowers soaked in coconut oil. Lastly, Argan oil a beauty secret from the women of Morocco. The fatty acids and vitamin e restore shine and luster to your hair. So use these pure oils to tame, strengthen, and improve your locks, while you rejuvenate your impure self….
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It was a “school night”…. your plan for just one cocktail turned to tequilla shots, strip club, you remember a clown was involved, at some point, maybe a monkey, oh well it hurts too much to try to remember. There is one saving grace here. As you slide out of the strangers bed you woke up in, tip toe out, and rush to head straight to work, your hair can still look fab. Enter TIGI BED HEAD After-Party. There are plenty of products out there to defrizz, smooth, tame , etc. The difference with this product is it does all that, and turns your mess into a professionally done looking style. I don’t know how, but it takes my mess and turns it into beautiful waves.  Oh , and you’ve got to love the minds at TIGI that created this bottle shape. If only it could help explain why you showed up to work in your sequins shress (shirt you wear as a dress)  and hooker boots.