Thursday, 15 March 2012


tresemme liquid gold

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TreSemme Liquid Gold: boots/superdrug (£6.99) *

I tried my holy grail of all hair products, Morrocan Oil a few months ago and ever since I've become more and more interested in all things oil related. I champion them as being responsible for completely transforming my hair from a dry unmanageable mess to something I'm semi-happy with it! I went to a Unilever event recently where they showcased their upcoming products and this was one that really stood out to me. A budget friendly hair oil treatment available on the high street.

Tresemme Liquid Gold is a hair oil treatment that aims to restore the hair if it's been damaged. These sorts of products are great for dry, damaged, coloured or bleached hair. I apply it after I've washed my hair and before I dry it, I focus about two to three pumps the product on the ends of the hair and then run the excess throughout the rest. It leaves my hair feeling sleek, super soft and so easy to manage and style. I feel like it adds to excess weight to hair so I can still achieve a lot of volume without my hair being weighed down. The product itself is non greasy, very lightweight and it leaves no residue in the hair. The Liquid Gold is infused with Argan Oil which is full of nourishing Vitamin E which leaves the hair super soft and shiny. I really like the smell of the Tresemme Liquid Gold as well, its smells really sweet and fresh scent to it. Im no good at describing scents but it smells very luxurious and expensive, that sort of hair salon-y smell if you know what I mean!

Im running really low on Morrocan Oil so this will be replacing it for the time being. It works just as well and I feel it does the same thing to my hair. Although when I was drying my hair I felt it took a lot longer to dry when I used the Tresemme Liquid Gold compared to Moroccan Oil which was the only fault I found using the product. The price tag is a lot more purse friendly, at £6.99 for 75ml compared to the £30 odd for Morrocan Oil. I say go for this product if you're looking for a budget alternative to Morrocan Oil. I don't think it's the same product or a dupe, and I find Moroccan Oil to be better at multi-use styling. However the Tresemme is a firm second in my hair oil hierarchy. I do think Moroccan Oil is as good as everyone says it is, I know not everyone can afford the high price tag. This is a great alternative and I'd 100% recommend this.
This hasn't been released yet, but should be out soon! The price may be different from what stated here, but I know its around this price!


28 comments:

  1. I'm totally stoked about this product! I use a lot of Tresemme products, so this will be a brilliant addition.

    www.TheFancyTeacup.com

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  2. I really want start using hair oils, this sounds so good. I've heard the vo5 one is good too xxx

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  3. This sounds gorgeous!
    xoxo
    Sabrina

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  4. I'll definitely be trying this, how does it compare to the L'oreal mythic oil?

    http://iamlilybee.blogspot.com/

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    1. Personally, Im not that wowed by mythic oil, its ok but nothing compared to morrocan oil! I prefer this to the mythic oil though!

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  5. does it contain silicon? Don't like silicon on my hair but if it desont I'm looking forward to getting this.
    xx

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    1. i don't know sorry as I threw the packaging away a few days ago! will see if i can chase up a ingredients list!

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  6. I'd really recommend Tigi BedHead Glaze Haze from the Candy Fixations range... It doesn't do the same thing as such but it decreases drying time, smoothes hair and smells absolutely gorgeous:)(I've just done a post on it!) I definitely want to try this product when it's released as I've tried a few similar products and love them all. Haven't quite taken the plunge and tried Moroccan Oil yet but i'm sure I will one day :) Thanks for this post!
    Rebecca-Louise
    autumnleaves-x.blogspot.com
    :)

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  7. I still haven't tried Moroccan Oil or any other hair oils as I have a worry that applying an oil to my hair will just make it greasy! However, you describing this as non-greasy has made me think I might give it a go! x

    http://giraffesandglitter.blogspot.com

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    1. they really don't make your hair greasy at all, i was skeptical at first but its changed the way i think about hair oil completely!

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  8. your hair looks amazing in the picture, really soft. Product sounds amazing too! X

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  9. I LOVE this product.. but you should NEVER apply oil before heating your hair (drying or straightening). Imagine what happens to cooking oil when you heat it to COOK your food... effectively you are cooking your hair! Apply it afterwards and it will look/feel/do the same job

    xxxxxx

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    1. This product hasn't been released yet so I don't know how you've tried it... I dont agree, Hair oils like this are can be used before drying and then with styling. They don't contain the same ingredients as cooking oil, therefore you are not frying your hair, its more infusing the hair with the oil. I've had hair dressers use this on me before, and I've experienced no problems doing it this way and Im sure that its a universally accepted way of using hair oils...

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  10. I love the sound of this, might have to pick one up for myself! X

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  11. great hair

    http://fashion0beauty.blogspot.in/

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  12. Hmm, I haven't tried this! I'll have to pick up a bottle! Thanks for the review! :)
    xo Smitty

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  13. ill keep an eye out for this! wanted to try a hair oil but didnt wanna splash on the Moroccan oil in case it wasnt for me!

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  14. Iv been wanting to try Moroccan oil for age! but the price tag has alway put me off a bit :/ Id totes give this a try!!

    Hayley xo

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  15. after bleaching the ends of my hair, they were an absolute dead/tangled mess. the ombre looked great and was exactly what i was looking for, but i hadnt considered the fact that bleach really does strip your hair of its health! moroccan oil has been an absolute savior. all of their products are perfection, highly recommended!

    www.imsaratee.blogspot.com

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  16. I think id much prefer to pay 6.99 on this than the hefty price tag on morrocon oil. Ive been looking for a cheaper alternative for a while but havent thought much of anything so havent bought. Might try this out!

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  17. Huuumm I wanna try that product! I have a small bottle sample size of Morrocan oil and Im try to find out differences on my hair. In the mean time what I also have has a heat protector of Tresemmé it also has Argan Oil. Now everything has oil in it XD. I also bought from VO5 Hot Oil capsules that you are suppose to apply on wet hair before you start washing :)

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  18. This sounds great I haven't yet tried MorrocanOil the only 2 I've given a go is the V05 Miracle Concentrate which was oay & the Macadamia Oil which I quite love - have you tired the Macademia one? & if so how does the Liquid Gold measure up to it?

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  19. Ah your hair looks so bouncy and healthy here! Love it!

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  20. This is two for £5 at the moment in boots!! definitely worth £2.50 a bottle!!

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