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Review: Tresemme Liquid Gold Argan Oil Infused Perfecting Hair Treatment

Tresemme Liquid Gold Argan Oil Infused Perfecting Hair Treatment - £6.99
I am the first person to hold my hands up and admit that my hair is in terrible condition. It knots quicker than headphones, it has resemblance to straw and it is as flat as a pancake. Why?

Well..I'm afraid to say I may have bought this upon myself. Do you want a really horrible confession? I never used to bother brushing my hair. I didn't brush it for a couple of reasons. One, it was so knotted, the more I brushed the worst the knots became. Two, if I brushed my hair it would appear 'shiny' ie greasy and as I have quite greasy hair anyway, this made the situation even worse. Three, I never used to blow dry my hair so would go to bed with dripping wet, un-brushed hair and would awake the next morning with one big, fat, ugly mound of hair on my head, matted into one big knot. Picture it. I'm ashamed, I am.

Has my hair got any better since then? Kind of. I have a Tangle Teezer now which makes brushing my hair a lot easier but my hair still gets unbelievably knotty, so much so that it still takes a good 15 minutes to brush them all out.

On to the good news! Last week, whilst whingeing to my sister about the state of my hair she pulled out two products from her cupboard which, I like to think were sent from God himself. I used them whilst blow drying my hair and my life has changed. Cringe, I know. Using these two products together has dramatically reduced the time I spend ripping my dry, flat, knotty hair out after washing it and one of these products is from Tresemme.

Tresemme Liquid Gold Argan Oil Infused Perfecting Hair Treatment is a lightweight argan oil based hair treatment which is supposed to help nourish the hair and tame frizz whilst making your hair feel velvety soft and leave it with a radiant shine. Does it? Yes!

I have never used Moroccan Oil or any other popular argan oil hair products so when my sister told me to use it I was a little bewildered. The thought of putting oil in my hair (which is naturally greasy, yum) made me want to shudder but fear not, it's worth it. I pumped two little drops into my hands, rubbed them together then worked it through the ends of my hair before blow-drying and my hair has never felt so soft or smelled so amazing before. It made my hair feel amazingly soft - it no longer feels dry and limp - and so much more manageable when brushing. It also made my hair look shiny, but not greasy shiny, glossy. I walked out of the bathroom feeling like I should have been on a hair product advert - I was ready to swish my hair around in everyone's face.

The only little down side to this product is that I did accidentally get some of the oil on the hair by my roots and it did become very greasy so I needed to wash my hair again but when focused on the ends of the hair it works a dream.


  1. haha "It knots quicker than headphones, it has resemblance to straw and it is as flat as a pancake" love that! & don't worry, I'll admit the same... my hair is so horrible right now!! I'm definitely going to purchase this next time I'm in boots to super drugs. Thanks for the heads up, girl! Hope this works in the long run too!!

    Ploy <3 x


    1. Haha, it's worth it! My hair feels so soft now after using it, I hope it works for you too!xx

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  4. I've got some pure Argan oilthat I was thinking about using on face, sounds like a winner! x

  5. Oh my god I love the Argan oil! I'm really into headwraps lately so I'm definitely going to purchase some like right now. But product wise? The Argan Oil!

  6. I am quite fond of argan oil I must admit. Haven't tried this but will keep my eyes peeled. Thanks!x

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