Wella Professionals launched their Oil Reflections range online and in Supercuts salons earlier this summer. The range aims to provide you with a luxurious salon-at-home experience for shiny, luminous hair. As my hair tends to be quite dry and dull during the summer months, I was looking forward to trying out the range and finding out whether the products really work.
The Wella Oil Reflections range contains a blend of Camellia Oil and White Tea Extract which work together to protect your hair and leave it looking healthy, soft and luminous. The products have been specially designed to provide a luxurious pampering experience. In fact, the first thing I noticed when using the products for the first time is just how amazing they smell. All the products in the range share the most gorgeous floral scent, which I could still smell even after I’d rinsed out the products.
Apart from the amazing scent, I am pleased to report that the products from this range also made a noticeable difference to the way my hair looked and felt. I have been using the Oil Reflections Luminuous Reveal Shampoo and Luminuous Instant Conditioner on most days, and the Luminuous Reboot Mask whenever my hair is in need of some extra TLC. I love how the conditioner only needs to be applied for 30 seconds before rinsing it out – perfect for when you’re in a rush! Meanwhile, the mask works in 5 minutes – so it’s quite a speedy treat as well.
I have also been trying out the Luminous Smoothening Oil to finish off my hair care routine after straightening my hair. This contains Macadamia Oil, Avocado Oil and White Tea Extract, and is ideal for thick, dry hair. If you’ve got more fine hair, Wella also do a Light Luminous Reflective Oil which smoothes the hair without weighing it down. The combination of these products have left my hair feeling noticeably softer and shinier (and smelling great!).
Have you tried the Wella Professionals Oil Reflections range?
Available from Supercuts salons or online.
*This post contains PR samples. All opinions are my own, honest opinions.*