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Review: Tsubaki Hair Oil


At this moment of the blogpost, the Tsubaki Hair Oil formulated with selected Camellia Oil has yet to be launched.
You can only see them exclusively in Watsons from 11th September onwards

I’ve been really lucky to be able to get my hands on the Tsubaki Hair Oil and have been running it through my hair for the last week!
You will be able to identify visible differences about my hair with and without the Tsubaki Hair Oil.


The Tsubaki Hair Oil is a deeply penetrative hair oil formulated with high concentration of selected camellia oil to deeply protect, moisturise and repair your hair, resulting in a luxurious shine. It instantly penetrates hair upon application without feeling greasy or sticky and gives a silky smooth finish. Protect your hair from damage by UV rays and heat from hair dryers (or other styling equipment), while preventing split ends and hair breakage with Tsubaki Hair Oil. The elegant and indulgent scent of floral and green fruity notes creates a bonus to having  your hair smell good all day!


Specially selected camellia oil

Produced in the Goto Islands in Nagasaki, the perfect location for producing quality camellia oil thanks to the warm climate, fertile soils, and other favourable conditions.
Traditional harvesting method: Only fully ripe fruits are carefully handpicked, one by one, before they fall to the ground.
Meticulous oil pressing method: Camellia oil is extracted using a traditional, time-consuming method of pressing finely selected seeds.
Carefully selected for freshness:  Only pure camellia oil obtained from the first pressing of camellia seeds harvested in the current season is used.



Most friends believe that my hairstyle is effortless and I probably wake up looking like this anyway~
This is the biggest misconception ever!
I’ve always told people that the more effortless a hairstyle seems to be, the MORE EFFORTFUL it actually is
Absolutely true isn’t it?

Let’s have a look at my hair without the Tsubaki Hair Oil


I have just the opposite problem with most ladies out there
I’ve got TOO MUCH volume – too much hair
There will be a huge urge to get my hair trimmed every 3 weeks or so
to just lessen the amount of hair and make it easier to be blown and managed

The Tsubaki Hair Oil came to me just in time
I have been wanting to keep my hair length below my shoulders and it’s been more than 10 months since I’ve made that statement to myself, yet I can’t help it but grab a cut at the end
The local weather is just too torturing to have a thick set of crowning glory


After using the Tsubaki Hair Oil, styling has been made easy
My hair has evolved to be tame and flat, such that I am able to tuck them behind my ears
Yes, you saw that right
Tucking hair behind ears is actually one of the most annoying feat for me
With the thick volume of hair, it’s almost impossible for my hair to stay behind my ears
causing a mess whenever the wind wasn’t in my favour


How to apply evenly

To prevent irregular application, spread half the appropriate amount (about 20-cent coin size for midlength hair) onto the palms and work through the hair. Then, spread the second half onto the palms and focus on areas that require extra application.


How to prevent flat hair

(Particularly recommendable to those who have soft and fine hair)
Refrain from applying large amount inappropriately and unevenly.
Start application from the damaged tips and gradually work upwards to the roots to avoid flat hair.

How to reduce volume or prevent dry hair

(Particularly recommendable to those who have thick and voluminous hair)
Apply an appropriate amount to wet hair and dry it with a hair dryer.
Then, spread a small amount onto the palms and apply on bottom half of the hair to reduce the volume.


Tsubaki Social Media Campaign


Tsubaki Singapore Facebook Page

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