Husque Bowl

Husque Bowl

Australian designer, Marc Harrison, makes a fine range of bowls and serving-ware from macadamia nut shells. The nut encasement is often discarded. Harrison combines an injection molding process with ground shells and a binding compound, to make these smooth Husque bowls. The interiors are bright and remind me of candy-coated chocolates. Very touchable and clever.

  • I have normal condition hair. Usually using any sort of hair treatment weighs my hair down and makes it look super greasy. Not this one. Running just a bit through my damp hair speeds up drying time, protects my hair from heat,... I have normal condition hair. Usually using any sort of hair treatment weighs my hair down and makes it look super greasy. Not this one. Running just a bit through my damp hair speeds up drying time, protects my hair from heat, adds tons of shine, and makes my hair feel super soft. It also UV-protects my hair. During the winter I like to rub the oil on my scalp before bed to protect against dryness. This keeps dreaded winter flakes at bay, and makes my hair super healthy. A little goes a long way, so this little bottle is definitely worth the price. I'd highly recommend this product for hair of any condition. If you are deciding between this and Moroccanoil, I suggest trying one of the mini-sample bottles that each company offers for a small cost.

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