Luminous Oil Dazzle Shampoo £12*
Luminous Oil Illuminate Shimmer Treatment £13*
Luminous Oil Glow Precious Oil £14.50*
The shampoo is pretty standard, but lathers well, smells nice and leaves hair feeling cleansed and relatively soft just as it should. Its comparable to Redkens All Soft (in fact, the whole range is), and I'd probably buy it in place of that if it was easier to get hold of.
Infused with argan oil alongside essential vitamins and minerals. The texture reminds me exactly of Clarins fake tan, and its shimmery too. That shimmer doesn't turn hair into a glittery mess, but rather ridiculously shiny and moisturised with a warm sweet scent. Its not quite as moisturising as Macadamia's hair mask, but as a quick weekly glossing fix, I've been grabbing half a handful of this to successfully keep frizz at bay.
I've reviewed the precious oil before, and its undoubtedly one of my all time favourite hair oils. You can read my full review here, but in short, its impossible to use too much, weightless, and pretty reasonably priced, too.
I like to use my shower-time hair products on a bit of rotation so my hair doesn't 'get used' to products, but recently my hair has been in much better condition, despite it taking a hit after being in Cyprus and Portugal. I don't feel the need for a trim just yet, and I'd say my split ends have been less noticeable over the last couple of months, though I have been using other products alongside these three! I have already repurchased the oil before, and whilst I'll probably give the shampoo a miss unless I spot it anytime soon, I'll be repurchasing the reasonable priced treatment in an attempt to keep split ends at bay!
Have you tried anything from the Clynol range?