Sunday, November 22, 2009

Hair Product Review: Moroccanoil

9:40 PM

Hey everyone,

I'd like to share with you a recent discovery of a holy grail hair product. Anyone that knows me knows that I love hair products just about as much as I love makeup. I'm always looking for new and exciting products to try. I recently found the hair product that changed my life. I was in the hair salon the other day when my stylist introduced me to Moroccanoil. I had heard about this product from various beauty bloggers and websites, but I never tried it. My stylist told me that it would be perfect for my hair type which is coarse, curly, and frizzy. Boy, he wasn't wrong. This product has changed my life. 



Moroccanoil is made from Argan oil. Argan oil is used by women in Morocco to treat their hair and nails. Their claim is that hair will look and feel healthier after just one application. I have to agree with this statement. I usually have to use three or more products in my hair for it to be tame, and when my stylist used just this oil treatment I was skeptical to say the least. All I knew at that time was I loved the smell. Well, I walked out of that hair salon with my hair more silky, movable, and manageable than ever. Needless to say, I walked out of the salon with this in product in my pocket.

Little over a week later, and this product has replaced all of the 3-5 products I usually put in my hair. I still love the smell, but better than that I love the way it makes my hair feel. It has a very nice consistency that doesn't weigh hair down. My hair tends to get oily at the roots, so I mainly focus this product on middle of my head through the ends of my hair. As a result, my hair is more shiny, silky, and soft than it has been in a long while. I think that every curly girl needs this oil treatment in their life.

Has anybody tried Moroccanoil? Let me know what you think of it? Also, if you have any products you would like reviewed, let me know. I always like trying new things.

Until next time....




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