Bread Beauty’s award-winning hair oil just got a fragrance-free sister

Ari Bines
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As more BIPOC-owned brands come into bigger retailers, new products are sure to follow. Case in point: Bread Beauty just launched a new Macadamia Oil, and you’ll want to add it to your beauty routine, stat!

The brand born out of Australia has only been around for a year, but it’s already making an impact in the hair care space. Bread Beauty’s first hair oil, the Everyday Hair Gloss won an Allure Best of Beauty Award last year. Now, you can shop the brand’s Macadamia Oil, a fragrance-free alternative.

This new 100 percent oil concentrate is a derivative of the macadamia nut. It’s found in Australia and packed with squalene and fatty acids, which help make curly and textured hair types pillowy soft. To achieve the best results, the brand recommends adding the oil to its Hair Mask for maximum moisture. While the OG Everyday Gloss might remind you of your favorite childhood sweets, this fragrance-free version works with your hair and on your body.

Credit: Bread Beauty
Credit: Bread Beauty

Bread Beauty 100% Macadamia-Oil Concentrate Fragrance Free for Hair and Body, $28

Credit: Bread Beauty
Credit: Bread Beauty

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Thankfully, the new Bread Beauty Macadamia Oil is similar to its scented counterpart in that it’s not greasy once it’s applied. Whether you’re adding it to your tresses or your skin, a little goes a long way.

When using the oil on your hair, think of it as a moisturizing staple. It’s perfect for taking down your curls in the morning, especially if your hair is stiff when you remove your bonnet or scarf.

Count this gem as another truly multi-use product “for not-so-basic hair.”

If you liked this story, you might also enjoy Live Tinted, a brand that’s on a mission to empower the multicultural beauty community.

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