Meghan Markle Swears By This $20 Oil for Flawless Hair
The secret to the duchess's enviable hair lies in this affordable oil.
It's no secret that we have a healthy obsession with all things Meghan Markle—from the shoes she wears to the universally flattering product she relies on for a subtle royal flush. Despite her hectic schedule and nursery preparations, the Duchess of Sussex has clearly mastered the art of looking flawless around the clock, and she has one beloved beauty product to thank for impeccable skin and hair.
In a recently uncovered interview with Beauty Banter, Meghan revealed her reliance on Wella Reflections Luminous Smoothing Oil ($20; amazon.com) for keeping her tresses in top-notch condition. "Wella has a hair oil that I am obsessed with," she told the beauty blog. "It smells like vacation and makes your hair slippery and touchable."
Made from a fragrant mix of macadamia seed oil, avocado oil, and Vitamin E, the lightweight hair oil is ideal for conditioning, styling and finishing tresses with enhanced shine. The then-actress also admitted the nourishing oil works double duty on dry skin. "I love this stuff," Meghan gushed of the $20 product. "It also doubles as a pretty amazing body oil post bath."
The now-duchess isn't alone in her admiration for Wella's multi-use oil—dozens of Amazon shoppers love the product just as well. "It's amazing as a leave-in conditioner," writes ones reviewer. "It allows you to completely skip in-shower conditioner if you put it on wet hair to seal in moisture, and it smells heavenly."
"It's a light product that doesn't grease up hair," wrote another. "A little goes a long way, and it smells amazing." The perfecting oil is also a hit among Ulta shoppers, where it currently boasts a 4.6-star rating. "I won't lie—I bought this product because I read that Meghan Markle uses it," wrote a reviewer. "This hair oil smells like summer vacation, and it tames frizz and flyaways while leaving my hair bouncy."
Available in 1-ounce or 3.38-ounce varieties on Amazon, the smoothing hair oil works best when a few drops are applied to damp locks. Stock up now, and blame your next good hair day on Meghan's beauty recommendations.