Monday, May 30, 2016

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Awesome Box of OGX Products I Received

 The second annual OGX National Badass Hair Day is on May 31st and I recently received a surprise box delivered to my house with some awesome hair products from OGX. These hair products are a great way to start off the summer and get your hair looking beautiful and stylish. You might even want to try a whole new hair style with these awesome products!

The box I received included so many products that I kept digging and found even more - which was pretty exciting! First of all was the Biotin & Collagen Shampoo and Biotin & Collagen Conditioner products which both come in my favorite color (purple) and they each are 3 fl. oz. flip top bottles. These little cuties include ProVitamin B7 which plump up your hair to make it look fuller and have a nice scent to them to boot.

 Biotin & Collagen Shampoo - Biotin & Collagen Conditioner

The next three items I discovered in the box were the Quenching Coconut Curls Frizz-Defying Curl Styling Milk, Coconut Water Hydrating Oil, and Healing & Vitamin E Penetrating Oil. The Quenching Coconut Curl Styling Milk is a new product that just came out this year and comes in a 6 fl. oz. size with a pump dispenser. It smells so divine with a luscious blended scent of coconut, honey and citrus. If you're into spirals and want them softer and smoother this is the one for you. It's also good for taming the frizzies and giving your curls more bounce and shine.

Quenching Coconut Curl Styling Milk - Coconut Water Hydrating Oil - Healing & Vitamin E Penetrating Oil 

If you want to give your hair a little boost of smoothness and more shine you may want to try the Coconut Water Hydrating Oil. This comes in a 4 fl. oz. pump spray which smells heavenly - just like fresh cut coconuts. It is a lightweight oil which doesn't weigh your hair down but gives it just the right amount of  moisture to look great.

My Niece With Her Hair Up

For damaged, dry hair the Healing & Vitamin E Penetrating Oil may be the ticket for you. This is a potent oil which is infused with Vitamin E and comes in a 3.3 fl. oz. flip top container. Since it is a concentrated oil you only need a drop of two (depending on your hair length) to repair your hair. It's great for frizzies and split ends and can be used daily.

Moroccan Sea Salt Spray - Renewing + Argan Oil of Morocco Elevated Finish Spray - Argan Oil of Morocco Creamy Hair Butter

The last items in the box were the Moroccan Sea Salt Spray, Renewing Argan Oil of Morocco Elevated Finish Spray and Argan Oil of Morocco Creamy Hair Butter. The Moroccan Sea Salt Spray is a 6 fl. oz pump spray which really smells good too. I never heard of a hair product with sea salt so this was something new to me. To use all you do is spray a light mist on your washed hair and scrunch it to your style. You can let your hair dry naturally or use a blow dryer for extra fullness.

Lisa With Her Hair Down

Argan Oil  of Morocco Creamy Hair Butter comes in a round jar with a screw off top and includes 6.6 oz. of product. Like the other products it smells so heavenly - and is so light and creamy. When I got some on my hands it even made them so soft and smooth. It's has a blend of effective ingredients such as argan oil, coconut oil, shea butter, silk amino acids, and soybean oil which makes your hair soft and conditioned. To finish off your hairstyle and keep it in place you can use the Renewing + Argan Oil of Morocco Elevated Finish Spray. It's an 8.5 oz. bottle which has all day hold but doesn't make your hair feel hard. It dries fast and is humidity resistant too. Along with the box of all the goodies I received a cute little mirror to keep check on my hair when I'm out and about.

Another Pic of Lisa's Beautiful Hair

My niece thought the products were amazing! She loves them as much as I do and how much smoother and manageable her hair feels.


Disclosure: I received free products in exchange for a product review and all opinions expressed here are my own.


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