Wednesday, 26 March 2014

New Fave Hair Sealing Tool... Let Me Introduce The Misto Oil Sprayer


In February I decided that the month of March would be a bank friendly one and that unless my Deep Conditioner or Shampoo ran out, (which is unlikely when you have 3 unused bottles of each) that I wouldn't be making any hair care purchases until April! Well, that went out of the the window!

 In my own defence I blame YouTube! I came across a recommended video by mynaturalsistas and #gofigure India was using the Misto Olive Oil Sprayer!


Now you'll be pleased to know I am to some extent disciplined and didn't jump right on the net and order the Sprayer as soon as I saw it, coincidentally at the weekend I found myself on a manic last minute hunt for a Victorian costume for my younger sisters school trip. You wouldn't guess what I happened to stumble past as I made my way through the kitchen department to get to the costume department...the MISTO SPRAYER!!!!!

I think it's fair to say some things are meant to be!


Now unto my thoughts…
I've long wanted a spray bottle that is able like some of my water spray bottles, to disperse oil onto my hair as a mist as opposed to a one directional squirt, and this does exactly that!

It's super easy to use and in my opinion a decently priced investment, heck you can even use it to fry some steak [depending on which oil you fill it with of course!]

The benefits of the mist sprayer are
- Your hair is less weighed down by oils as the mist disperses more evenly than when sealing with your hands -
- Your hands need not get oily  -
- It encourages less hair manipulation... you just spray and go! -

You fill the canister half way and then use the pressure cylinder attached to the lid to pump the canister so that you can get to misting, and that's pretty much it. 

A well spent £10 I think!


Has anyone else had mist spraying success?

Avec amour...
Fiona
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14 comments:

  1. i just purchase mine from marshalls and i love it, i mixed olive oil, coconut oil and avocado oil together omg. my holy grail oil sealing combo i love it.

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    1. ooo that sounds tempting, I like the sound of that mix!

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  2. You're the third person to love report they like this mister. I think you just sealed the deal for me; I think it's worth giving a try! Great post!

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    1. Aww haha Jeni yes I think you'll love it too! Looking forward to seeing what you think of it too then :) x

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  3. I was tempted to buy one of these after seeing Nadege post about it on her blog (Relaxed Hair Health). It looks great Fiona, I think I definitely need to get one x

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    1. Hey hun, yes yes yes! I'm sure you'll love it! I had no idea Nadege posted on it too, literally reading her post as we speak! Think we're all in love!!!! x

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  4. I bought one last week, i put my DIY hair adrenaline oil in it, but it wont spray. Im thinking maybe the oil was too heavy. Has anyone use a heavy oil with it ?

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    1. Yes I had this experience to begin with, it needs a lighter oil, castor oil is too heavy for it, unless diluted down with a much thinner oil such as coconut or jojoba x

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  5. This tool seems ideal and I did see Nadege post about it sometime ago. It's definitely worth a try.

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  6. Thanks Fiona---you are an accomplice to my guilty product junkie ways! This mister is so cool!

    KLP | SavingOurStrands

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    1. mine was from Debenhams, it can also be bought on Amazon

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  8. Fiona,
    I just bought my second sprayer. You will never find me without my Misto Sprayer again. It's just too wonderful.

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    1. Nadege oh my am I hooked! I also have 2 now - your posted couldn't have put it any better its amazing :) !!!

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