The one product you need to refresh dry, dull hair while salons are closed

Katie Dupere
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While you wait for a much-needed hair trim, here’s a trick to hydrate those pesky, dry dead ends: Davines’ Oi Oil. That’s it. That’s the trick.

Oi Oil is a holy grail hair oil, and it’s perfect for protecting and adding life to your hair while you are waiting for salons to reopen. The anti-frizz oil is said to be nourishing and hydrating, adding a healthy shine to your hair. The brand says the oil works especially well on course or dry hair, and works wonders on improving the look of split ends.

A small travel-approved bottle of the product is $23, while the full-size oil is $45. Though the oil may seem pricey, a little goes a long way, making a bottle last for several months. In fact, the brand recommends only using about two to three drops of oil for most, even recommending just one drop for fine and thinning hair.

Credit: Davines

As a beauty editor, I’m often asked what products I recommend for dry hair. Oi Oil is my first recommendation to anyone, always.

Even when it’s not an unexpected quarantine, I use Oi Oil to add a little moisture and life to my bleach-damaged ends. If my hair is feeling dull or dry, I simply take two or three pumps, rub it between my hands, and comb it through my ends with my hands. It’s a serious game changer — and it smells delightful. 

If your hair is dull, dry or damaged, check out this product that will always have a place in my hair and on my shelf.

Shop: Davines Oi Oil 4.56 oz, $45

Shop: Davines Oi Oil 1.69 oz, $23

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