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If you follow me on Snapchat (@girlythingsby_e, if you don't... hint hint), then you know I recently received the L'Oreal Extraordinay Hair voxbox. It included the full line of Extraordinary Oil products that they just released.
Have you seen these at your local drugstore lately? I know I keep seeing them prominenty featured on end cap displays. So I bet you have too.
The line claims to transform dry, dull hair into a lustrous and silky soft strands as quickly as one wash and with none of the added weight or greasiness sometimes attributed to moisturizing hair products.
In case you're wiping your eyes to read that again. Yes, they just claimed results in one wash. And these products are even supposed to be good for all you fine haired folks out here.
If you've walked by these new displays and wondered whether the products live up to the hype, then it's probably how you found yourself reading this post.
Good news. My hair played guinea pig for you. I'm here to tell you whether these hair products are worth your money. Watch the video below to find out.
By the way, no actual animals were experimented on or harmed in the making of this video.
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Products mentioned:L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil Shampoo - $4.99
L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil Conditioner - $4.99
L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil-In-Cream Leave-In Conditioner - $6.99
L'Oreal Extraordinary Oil Lustrous Oil Serum - $6.99
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