Timeless secrets to gorgeous hair. Rediscovered.

Timeless secrets to gorgeous hair. Rediscovered.

Fragrant oils your hair and partner will love

Bridal Oiling Essentials 101

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By the Hairsutras Team

Oiling may be the most compatible partner for your hair. Through the many tantrums, moods and shades that your hair gets into, an oil massage is always around to fix it all.

But as you step up to tie the knot with your life partner, you may be hesitant about using oil around them, on account of its natural smell. So we’ve got something for you.

Hairsutras brings you to the aromatic world of essential oils. Not only do they work wonders for your hair, but they also leave it with a divine, alluring fragrance. Being natural aphrodisiacs, these oils will only leave them wanting more.

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  • Jasmine Oil

    Jasmine Oil

    Faced with the mandatory pre-wedding jitters, you can count on the sweet, romantic aroma of Jasmine to ease out the anxiety and boost positive feelings. Jasmine oil strengthens your hair from the roots, countering breakage and frizz. What’s more? Its aphrodisiacal value is vouched for by the women of South India, where jasmine is a traditional fragrance.

  • Chamomile Oil

    Chamomile Oil

    Being native across Africa, Asia and Europe, not only does Chamomile oil give your hair a boost of shine and moisture, but it also leaves behind a fruity, herbaceous fragrance that is hard to resist. Between all that goes around a wedding, it plays a key role in keeping your scalp healthy and your mind at peace.

  • Rosemary Oil

    Rosemary Oil

    Popular across the Mediterranean, rosemary has a woody and minty fragrance that is rejuvenating. It is a sweet assassin of dandruff that guarantees healthy and voluminous locks.

  • Ylang-Ylang Oil

    Ylang-Ylang Oil

    Ylang-Ylang oil is a popular hair growth booster from Indonesia, where it is widely known as an aphrodisiac. With an exceptionally delicate fragrance that is exotic yet calming, it improves the health of your hair and scalp. However, some people tend to be allergic to it.  It’s better if you try it out on your skin before you pour it onto your scalp.

  • Lavender Oil

    Lavender Oil

    There is nothing more sensuous than a whiff of the fresh, floral lavender oil. Popularly produced in the foothills of the Himalayas, it gives you luscious and gorgeous hair by stimulating blood circulation. What’s more? If you’re a winter bride, you can rest at ease as lavender oil even tackles combination hair like a breeze.

    To make the most of these essential oils, here’s how you can use these oils:

    • Take Parachute Advansed coconut oil as your base oil, and mildly heat the amount needed for your hair.(P.S: Avoid the microwave, as it might kill some of the oil’s ingredients.)
    • Add 5-10 drops of the essential oil, depending on the length of your hair.
    • Apply the oil onto your scalp and hair. Massage it into your scalp for a minimum of 10 minutes.
    • Leave the oil in your hair for 30-45 minutes, after which you can wash it off.
    • Let your hair to dry naturally or use a muslin cloth.

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    Jasmine Oil

    Jasmine Oil

    Faced with the mandatory pre-wedding jitters, you can count on the sweet, romantic aroma of Jasmine to ease out the anxiety and boost positive feelings. Jasmine oil strengthens your hair from the roots, countering breakage and frizz. What’s more? Its aphrodisiacal value is vouched for by the women of South India, where jasmine is a traditional fragrance.

  • 2/5

    Chamomile Oil

    Chamomile Oil

    Being native across Africa, Asia and Europe, not only does Chamomile oil give your hair a boost of shine and moisture, but it also leaves behind a fruity, herbaceous fragrance that is hard to resist. Between all that goes around a wedding, it plays a key role in keeping your scalp healthy and your mind at peace.

  • 3/5

    Rosemary Oil

    Rosemary Oil

    Popular across the Mediterranean, rosemary has a woody and minty fragrance that is rejuvenating. It is a sweet assassin of dandruff that guarantees healthy and voluminous locks.

  • 4/5

    Ylang-Ylang Oil

    Ylang-Ylang Oil

    Ylang-Ylang oil is a popular hair growth booster from Indonesia, where it is widely known as an aphrodisiac. With an exceptionally delicate fragrance that is exotic yet calming, it improves the health of your hair and scalp. However, some people tend to be allergic to it.  It’s better if you try it out on your skin before you pour it onto your scalp.

  • 5/5

    Lavender Oil

    Lavender Oil

    There is nothing more sensuous than a whiff of the fresh, floral lavender oil. Popularly produced in the foothills of the Himalayas, it gives you luscious and gorgeous hair by stimulating blood circulation. What’s more? If you’re a winter bride, you can rest at ease as lavender oil even tackles combination hair like a breeze.

    To make the most of these essential oils, here’s how you can use these oils:

    • Take Parachute Advansed coconut oil as your base oil, and mildly heat the amount needed for your hair.(P.S: Avoid the microwave, as it might kill some of the oil’s ingredients.)
    • Add 5-10 drops of the essential oil, depending on the length of your hair.
    • Apply the oil onto your scalp and hair. Massage it into your scalp for a minimum of 10 minutes.
    • Leave the oil in your hair for 30-45 minutes, after which you can wash it off.
    • Let your hair to dry naturally or use a muslin cloth.

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