From Blisscovered Jan 2012 : Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil – First Impressions

 

Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair Oil is one of the products I received in my Blisscovered January Box. Its my first experience with Forest Essentials and I’m quite impressed just after the first use.

 

From Blisscovered Jan 2012 : Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil - First Impressions
From Blisscovered Jan 2012 : Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil – First Impressions

 



 

This is one of the first products I’ve tried from my Blisscovered January box (with the exception of the perfume which I tried the moment I opened the box!). Let the images tell the rest of the story!

 

Before : What my hair look liked 2 days back

After : What it looks like after using Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil (left overnight) and shampooing

 

From Blisscovered Jan 2012 : Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil - First Impressions
From Blisscovered Jan 2012 : Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil – First Impressions

 

Its a light oil which spreads easily on the hair shaft. It made my hair softer, shinier and more healthy looking. The waves seem to be falling better and it seems less frizzy too. This is of course just the first use results and this is not a review. I’ll be trying it out for some more time to see its long term results (I’m guessing I can get about 10-12 applications out of the 50 ml bottle) and the complete review will follow!

 

From Blisscovered Jan 2012 Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil - First Impressions
From Blisscovered Jan 2012 Forest Essentials Brahmi Hair oil – First Impressions

 

Let’s see how it works over the next few weeks! If you’re wondering where my highlights have gone, a review of  a little something called Lush Caca Brun will tell you 😀

 

What have you tried from your Blisscovered box?

 

17 Comments

  1. hey…I have a question, I started seeing some grey/white hairs and want to colour them in a natural way and not the salon way…do you think the lush caca brun will help? and did you also colour your hair ?

    1. ok this is rather late so I don’t know if you’ll even read it now. LUSH Caca Brun will cover greys but not so much. LUCH cacas work great for conditioning the hair naturally but coverage wise not too great. If you have few greys it will work fine. you can do what I do- use TVAM brown/black henna or indigo and alternate with LUSH caca..the 2 together work great for coverage and conditioning…

  2. I’ve not colored my hair though I had got highlights done. This should help with the grey hair, I had a few strands of white and it masked them though they look a little lighter than the rest of the hair. It didn’t cover up the highlights completely but colored them light brown from a bleached golden they were previously.

  3. I’ve not colored my hair though I had got highlights done. This should help with the grey hair, I had a few strands of white and it masked them though they look a little lighter than the rest of the hair. It didn’t cover up the highlights completely but colored them light brown from a bleached golden they were previously.

  4. hi.. not a apt question for this post but I wanted to know what under eye cream do you use.. I tried to find it on your blog but unfortunately i got tired searching..

  5. Yes they hv amazing products… I hv nt used hair oil or body massage oil yet but currently using bath & shower oil in jasmine fragrance its amazing but the fragrance lasts for maximum an hour nt more than that

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