♥Schwarzkopf PROFESSIONALS – BC BONACURE hair therapy OIL MIRACLE♥

Schwarzkopt 
PROFESSIONALS
BC 
BONACURE
hair therapy
OIL 
MIRACLE
LIGHT FINISHING TREATMENT
for fine to normal hair types
Price: 1250/- for 100ml
I bought mine from HERE for Rs.1050/-

ABOUT:
BC Oil Miracle Light Finishing Treatment with precious marula oil instantly infuses the hair with opulent shine and caressable softness without overburdening. The innovative evaporating formula captures the benefits of botanical oils without leaving heaviness. It spreads in an ultra-fine layer and instantly absorbs into the hair while providing weightless brilliance and elasticity.
HOW TO USE:
Gently work a pea sized amount into towel – dried hair. Blow dry hair or style as desired. Salon Exclusive.
INGREDIENTS:
Trisiloxane, Cyclothicone, Dimethiconol, Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil, Parfum, Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil, Benzyl Alcohol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Geraniol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Citronellol, Lmonene, Benzyl Salicylate, Linalool, Alpha – isomethyl Ionone, Citral, CI 40800
PACKAGING:
It comes in a dark yellow colored transparent plastic bottle with a twist cap. No flip cap. If you want to pour out product you need to unscrew the whole cap and screw it back to close it. To pour it out you need to tilt the bottle up side down and squeeze it a little bit to take out the desired amount. You need to be very careful by not accidentally pouring too much out. Its travel friendly as well.
SCENT AND TEXTURE:
This one smells like Johnson and Johnson baby product is what it smells like. And I love that scent.  The scent is so light that once you have applied it on your semi – wet towel dried hair and after it dries you can hardly smell the product on yourself. So its great for those who have very extra sensitive noses.
The texture wise its watery thin serum like feel to it. My hair length comes till half of my back so I only need a tiny dim size of this. It spreads easily.
OVERALL:
After coloring my hair twice with in 3 weeks time (which was HERE and HERE), the ends of my hair dried up and loads of slip ends popped up. Now hair serum is old news and new is the ‘Hair Oil’ craze taken all over the glob. Now these special hair oil not for everyone’s cup of tea. These hair oils are so bloody expensive that you got to think 10 times before jumping into the band wagon. Some how randomly I found the SchwarzkoptBC BONACURE Miracle Oil with in my tight budget.
This BC BONACURE Miracle Oil comes in two versions. One is the LIGHT version for fine to normal hair type and the other is the ORIGINAL version HERE which is for normal to thick hair types. My hair type falls into the NORMAL TO THICK hair types and I ordered the ORIGINAL version for that only but sadly the www.purplle.com site sent me the wrong version but then their customer service was sucky. I never got a reply from them and I was stuck with the LIGHT version.
So, in the end I ended up using this and I noticed from first application how smooth my hair felt. I swear, its like once you go hair oil then you can never go back!
After every wash, I apply this to the ends of my hair and then I style/blow dry my hair and love hair smooth and frizz free my hair feels and looks. The hair looks more shiny and groomed. I know the price is bloody expensive but since I am a person who needs to wash hair 4 times a week and I have been using this so much that still I have a lot of it left. I have been using this for more then a month now and I feel the product will last more then 3 months time since you only need tiny bit of it.
I really regret not clicking pictures of my before and after photos of my slit ends. The ends of my hair doesn’t feel dry at all now and hair feels soft and smooth.
But the only problem I have is the ingredients list. I can’t understand even one word of it lol.
Have you used any kind of special hair oil? If you what do you think of this special hair oil craze?
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7 comments

  1. Malagachica

    This is not really a hair oil – the ingredients are similar to most serums. The first three ingredients, Trisiloxane, Cyclothicone, Dimethiconol are silicones, then helianthus annuus is sunflower oil (probably used at about 5%)! Next is parfum (fragrance) and because fragrance is typically added at 1% of product and ingredients are listed in descending order, everything else is there in tiny amounts, including Sclerocarya Birrea Seed Oil (Marula oil). a very nice oil but only there in a tiny quantity. The other ingredients, Benzyl Alcohol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Geraniol, Hexyl Cinnamal, Citronellol, Lmonene, Benzyl Salicylate, Linalool, Alpha – isomethyl Ionone, Citral, are all components of the fragrance and CI 40800 is yellow colourant.

    So … there’s nothing wrong with this, except it’s a ridiculous price for what it is. You could buy a cheaper silicone serum, add a little sunflower oil to it and get the same result …

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