Review: Ouai Rose Hair & Body Oil

Hello beauties,

I was recently gifted the new Ouai Rose Hair and Body Oil* at the recent Sephora Showcase. Anything Ouai has me intrigued and since I hadn’t heard much about this product I wanted to try it and tell you all about it! I should also mention its currently a best seller at Sephora Australia, and Ouai has just released a larger size since there was a demand for it.


Overall Thoughts:

  • Retails for $50 AUD or $32 USD
  • It’s a hair and body oil with a signature blend of rose, bergamot, lychee and white musk. Personally, I didn’t really notice the scent at all. I even asked a friend to smell it and she didn’t notice any scent at all
  • While on the website it states you can use this on your hair to repair damage, I was actually advised it’s not the best at repairing damage but provides more of a gloss/sheen to your hair
  • I tend to apply one to two drops into the palms of my hands before applying it onto my dry hair
  • For my hair I find it creates a beautiful sheen. I feel if I were to apply any more drops my hair could easily look oily…
  • In the below photo I’ve applied about 2 drops into my hair. I think it provides a gorgeous sheen but as you can see it hasn’t done anything to repair the damage from dying my hair
  • As a body oil, it’s a dry oil so it’s easy to blend into the skin and doesn’t leave you feeling oily
  • It absorbs into the skin really quickly, provides some hydration but not as much as I was expecting


I think this would be a great body oily for warmer weather as it provides some hydration, doesn’t leave you feeling oily and provides a gorgeous sheen. In terms of it as a hair oil, I like but don’t love it. It provides enough shine without making my hair oily, however doesn’t repair damage. As you can see I didn’t love this product, I feel it’s more of a superficial product as opposed to a skincare/ hair care product that will provide hydration and repair damage. I must be the only person that doesn’t like it as its a best seller, so clearly there’s plenty of people loving it…

*This product has been provided for reviewing purposes, all views and opinions are 100% honest.

**Disclaimer: All opinions are based on personal experiences, and are not sponsored. rachelbeautystyle is not a make up artist, beauty or skincare specialist and will not be held liable for any recommendations. Therefore try at your own risk.

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9 thoughts on “Review: Ouai Rose Hair & Body Oil

  1. It’s always disappointing when something doesn’t quite live up to the hype isn’t it? I felt the same way about Nuxe’s dry oil. Every woman & her French bulldog loves it, but for me it didn’t cut the mustard in terms of hydration for my body & hair. It left my hair feeling limp & my skin dry. I think it all depends on your body chemistry & (I guess) how easily pleased you are with a product.


  2. Oils can be a very personal choice. I agree what works for someone may not work for everyone else. This sounds interesting for a night out when you want your hair to look sleek and shiny like the stars, but for me, I need something to repair damage.

    Lubz ||


  3. It sure does look pretty Rachel! I’m not so keen on oils for my hair (I have enough trouble with an oily scalp) and prefer a spray to add gloss. Still it must suit lots of gals if it’s that popular, but how odd that the scent is barely there… xxx


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