Original & Mineral’s Project Sukuroi, Your Key to Rebuilding Damaged Hair

by Madeleine Borgersen

Original Mineral, has released a new product in it’s line of low chemical, luxury Australian made hair care. The wait was worth it. Project Sukuroi, a gold based smoothing balm is a game changer.

Original & Mineral’s Project Sukuroi, Your Key to Rebuilding Damaged Hair

Inspired by the Japanese art of Kintsukuroi, or repairing broken pottery with gold lacquer, Original & Mineral‘s Project Sukuroi repairs your hair, making it softer and smoother with every use.

A hydrating, conditioning and smoothing balm that will transform your hair back to baby soft strands just by incorporating it into your styling routine.

How to Use O&M’s Project Sukuroi

Applied to towel dried hair and blowdryed in, or for highly damaged hair you can apply to the lengths and straighten it in, Project Sukuroi is made up of three key ingredients that aid in rebuilding the hair’s structure:

  • Gold of Pleasure Oil, which originates from a flowering plant known as Camelina. An oil that hydrates (it’s super high in Omega 3 and fatty acids), conditions, protects with antioxidants and doesn’t weigh the hair down with excess oiliness it’s the true hero.
  • Macadamia Oil, native to Australia this baby adds gloss and shine to dull hair. Light enough to be absorbed by the hair shaft providing super long lasting moisture.
  • Keratin, the superhero of the hair care world it strengthens, rebuilds and smooths.

Original & Mineral’s Project Sukuroi ($44.95) is available online and in salons stocking the O&M range now.

3 responses to “Original & Mineral’s Project Sukuroi, Your Key to Rebuilding Damaged Hair”

  1. blogrekindled says:

    Hmm sounds interesting. I think the Shu Uemura oil contains camelia oil and it’s one of my favourites.

  2. I think I need this product in my life!! When you say it’s light weight – would it still be suitable for fine hair? I find using oils troublesome as my hair is so fine so I’m hoping this one would be different! xo

    • Oh I totally get it! I have super fine hair too! I apply a finger dabs worth to my ends so ear lobe down and then blow dry in (make sure the hair is completely dry). You don’t even notice it in the hair it’s just so super soft! Here’s a pic of when I first got to try the product and my hair after it was blow dryed in! https://instagram.com/p/0jm9L3hPbD it felt like my baby hair again haha! x