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percy_reed_no_oil_oil_thick_hair-1The world is divided into two types of people. There are those who try to add as much volume to their hair as possible… and there are those who constantly attempt to devoluminise their hair. (Yes, devoluminise is a made up word, but it describes the activity to perfection, so I am going to use it all the same.)

I fall into the latter category. The group of people who try to smooth, calm and minimise the fullness of their hair. We are the ones who run for cover when it rains, the ones who often smell a little burnt from GHD overuse, and the ones who fantasise about Keira Knightly’s pixie-do (but cannot possibly have it for fear of ending up looking more like a toilet brush than a movie star.)

You know which category you fall into.

If you’re a devoluminiser, may I recommend you pop out and buy some Percy & Reed No Oil Oil for thick hair. Trust me, I’ve been-there-done-that with so many hair products and this is absolutely my latest favourite. It just does the trick. It’s made with pomegranate seed oil (sounds delicious!) for “silky hair which is as smooth as a Singapore Sling at sunset.” That’s pretty smooth, right?

43208d1379571313-hair-eau-my-goodness-percy-reed-launch-shine-fragrance-spray-screen-shot-2013-09-17-16.11.06It also sinks in really quickly without leaving residue all over your hands and smells great. Information on where to pick up a bottle for yourself is here. I bought mine at trusty SpaceNK where you can try the tester if you don’t believe me.

I’m keen to get my hands on their Eau My Goodness shine and fragrance spray next…

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