Forest & Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil

Forest & Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil

A couple of weeks ago I received the Forest & Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil, which is a blend of organic oils that hydrate, nourish and restore damaged hair. Scented with rosemary, lavender and lemon, this natural oil blend will restore and smooth dry, damaged hair. 

The Forest & Shore Hallelujah Hair Oil consists of sunflower, sesame, coconut and olive oil, which moisturises, protects from UV rays, tames frizz and stops breakage. 

When I first tried it, I found that this oil did actually tame my frizzy hair. I applied 5 drops my palms, rubbed together then smoothed throughout mid lengthts and ends my hair (the recommended amount is 2-5 drops), and after letting my hair dry naturally, it was nowhere near as frizzy as it normally gets. It also made my hair feel soft and I love the lemony scent that comes through after the rosemary fades. 

As you only need a tiny amount, this oil will last for ages. It also can be used as an intensive treatment, with 2-3 full pipettes massaged into the scalp and length of the hair, leaving it overnight and washing it out the next day, which is when the arnica extract would work it's magic as it has anti dandruff and itching combating properties, as well as strengthening hair follicules, thus preventing hair loss. 

It is also really affordable for a natural, organic product at £10 for 50ml, or £13 for 100ml.



Asymmetrical Dresses at Rosegal

The last few days of summer are sadly already here, but it would be great to take advantage of them wearing transitional pieces, such as a black asymmetrical dress, which you could layer with tights, an oversized cardigan, ankle boots and a hat, or even a lightweight scarf if it's too chilly. Here are a couple of my favourite black asymmetrical dresses from Rosegal:

 Rosegal Asymmetrical Dress

The dress on the left is a wrap style one, with a very flattering V neck and it ties back around the waist. It has long sleeves so it will keep you warm as the temperatures start to slightly drop, and the floral print is beautiful. The skirt has flounces, which makes it very flirty looking, and it is a bit short but you can always add a pair of tights to keep your legs warm.

The dress on the right looks quite simple, however it has a subtle round hem that goes up at the side to add some interest to the design. It has a slightly rounded v neck and short sleeves, and another subtle detail at the back: a seam right along the middle. As I mentioned before, this short sleeve dress could be worn with a nice, cosy oversized cardigan and if it's too cold, with some tights, not necessarily in black, but maybe in a burgundy or forest green to add some colour to the outfit.

Which dress was your favourite?