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#BEAUTY | Hair care range from #naturalworld

Can you imagine how happy my hair was when i got to review this nourishing hair care range from Natural World ??! First of all i would say you must visit the site as there is basically a range for every hair type and you can take a very simple and quick quiz to find out what range will suit you best!

So i took the quiz and this macadamia oil range was what my answer came out as! I wanted smooth sleek hair and a bit of oomph added back in to my hair as it has very dry ends. I got sent the range to try out and i want to let you all know how i got on :)

Of course you can buy them seperatly but as a whole range you get-
#Shampoo
#Conditioner
#Hair mask
#Hair treatment oil

Im not a big hair mask gal, as i rarely get time to leave the product on my hair for a long time so the treatment oil is so right for me!I have used the hair mask on the ends of my hair when they felt very dry and the mask did what it said it would!
The shampoo and conditioner are a really great sister set and create smooth, frizz less hair. The bottles are also a decent size and last a long time, which is important as i go through it like nothing...thanks thick hair!

My fave from the set is for sure the treatment oil, i put a few drops on my hand and rub them together (they are so soft after doing this!) and run it through my hair after i have finished washing it and it is slightly damp. But i also run it through my hair when i feel like it is a bit frizzy when its dry and it does wonders :) it gives you smooth and soft hair which doesnt frizz up and look messy. The range really does add the nourishment back into your hair from the roots to the tips.

All in all i am impressed with this range and im thinking i should try some other bits from the other ranges that natural world have too. I also think its a perfect set to give as a present for someone.

Would you try out this range? or would you pick a different one?
have a look on the website here http://www.natural-world.com/
and let me know :)

xoxo

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