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Hair: Kendi Oil Bamboo Smooth Dry Oil Mist


Since Earth Day (April 22) is round the corner, here’s some enviro-lovin’ hair oil.
“Because great hair should be sustainable”.

As stated on the recyclable bottle, it’s made with responsibly grown, ethically traded ingredients. It’s also free of parabens, gluten, mineral oil and petrolatum.

This hair oil is a little different from the others I’ve used because it comes out of the nozzle in a light mist form.

It smells great too; I love the light, floral scent.

My thick hair gets flat easily in the hot weather over in Singapore, and a thick hair oil wouldn’t help.

This one gave shine, smoothed away the flyaways, and did not weigh my hair down. Although I had to spray like five squirts so that it is enough for my hair as it’s so light. But to be fair, it’s made for fine to medium hair types.

It’s available at the and at the physical store around June.

– A.B.E

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Here's what you need to know about me: - I have combination skin which can get oily on the chin and t-zone (nose and forehead) while the under eye, cheek and temple area gets dry easily. - I have thick, black hair which I've gotten my trusted hairstylist to fashion into a bob. - My utmost concern is to get clear, glowing skin that is comparable to the Korean stars'! You can own the most beautiful bag, dress or to-die-for pair of heels, but they mean nothing if you have a terrible complexion. - There's no need for me to reveal my identity because I'm not out for fame, and I'll let my reviews and blog posts speak for themselves. - Get in touch with me at


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