Acai Brazilian Dry Oil by Brazilian Blowout is an amazing new nourishing, non-greasy and residue-free formula that can be used daily to smooth, reconstruct and improve the health of ALL hair types.
I’ve been using this for about a week now, and OMG what did I do before it? I rub a small amount on my damp hair before blow drying, and after my hair is styled, I can FEEL the difference. I love the stuff. It makes my hair softer, shinier and feel more healthy. I can’t imagine how long this bottle will last me – it takes so little each time! It’s amazing!
I’m not the only one in love with it – ‘Twilight’ actress Ashley Greene loves it too!
We have long envied her glossy, long locks for quite some time now, and just recently discovered one of her newest hair obsessions.
Turns out, the adorable actress coats her hair in Brazilian Blowout’s Acai Brazilian Dry Oil, a hydrating mix of annatto seed, Camu Camu berry and (you guessed it!) acai oils.
Not only does this nourishing combination help heal fried follicles, but it also protects hair from oh-so-harmful UVA and UVB rays, which are just as bad for your hair as they are your skin!
So, if you’re anything like Greene who’s constantly trying out fancy new styles that can wreak havoc on your hair, try this fancy formula to strengthen your strands!
Here’s more about this product!
- Unique fast-absorbing, light weight formula
- Features a blend of Acai Berry Oil, Annatto Seed Oil, and Camu Camu Berry Oil that
- Penetrates the hair shaft to heal and hydrate dry, damaged hair
- Strengthens hair, enhances elasticity, and locks in moisture to create lustrous shine
- Helps repel heat and other environmental elements, increasing the life of color treated hair
- Will not weigh the hair down or alter hair color
- Reduces drying time
- UVA/UVB protection from the sun and indoor incandescent or halogen lighting
- NOT tested on animals
- 3.4 OZ – MSRP $26.00
- Available nationwide late January/February 2013
Directions: Rub a small amount of Acai Brazilian Dry Oil into your hands and pull through damp or dry hair. For best results, start at the base of the head, pulling hands down through the hair then working back up towards the top.