Moroccanoil Oil Treatment for All Hair Types Reviews
Product Type: Moroccanoil hair care products
Description:Manufacturer: Moroccanoil / Type: Oil / A breakthrough styling product used to enhance and define curly hair / Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream is a leave-in conditioner with anti-oxidants and intensive hydration capabilities / Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream ... more
Moroccanoil Oil Treatment for All Hair Types ... enhances shine and defines curls leaving them soft and hydrated without a sticky residue / Directions for use: For best results, on clean damp hair, apply one or two pumps of Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream (depending on the amount of hair) and comb it through / Let it dry naturally, or use a diffuser to create more volume / Tips from the pros: Mix a few drops of Moroccanoil Oil Treatment with a pump or two of Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream / The result is magnificent curls that are bouncy, defined and very glamorous / Please note that Moroccanoil is available to customers in the UK only.
Newest Review: ... overpowering and lingers pleasantly on the hair after using. --What you can use Moroccanoil for?-- You can use the oil on ... more
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Customer Moroccanoil Oil Treatment for All Hair Types Reviews (5)
by - written on 24/06/12 (Very useful, 66 readings)
Split ends are something I've been trying to combat for quite some time now after endless hours of straightening, curling and general use of heated products began to show themselves. It seems that once the split ends arrive, they're not going anywhere! ** The Brand ** Sitting in the chair at my local hairdressers, she got a bottle of Morrican Oil from the shelf. It wasn't the first time I'd seen it, as several celebrities had been 'tweeting' about it on Twitter and they had a rather large spread in Cosmopolitan a few months ago, but I didn't think it would have made its way into salons just yet. The way the company began is something most of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/07/12 (Very useful, 67 readings)
So the newest and latest craze in hair technology seems to be this Moroccan Oil treatment. Everywhere I go these days it's on offer, in Avon, hair shops and I have even seem some bottles in Primark! After reading some hair blogs which rave about it, and a number of my friends who all seem to have it stocked in their collection of hair supplies I decided to buy this 100ml bottle for £30 (wooh thats a hefty sum for some hair serum!) in a local hair shop and give it a go. The description on the bottle is that Moroccan Oil is a formula rich in antioxidant argan oil that instantly absorbs into hair to immediately enhance manageability, shine and deliver long term ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/09/12 (Very useful, 53 readings)
Recently I bleached my hair white blonde and after going through the process of bleaching my hair twice my hair was far from being in the best condition. Hair oils seem to be really popular right now in the beauty world for repairing and conditioning damaged hair. The one with arguably the most hype is Moroccanoil which is a blend of different oils and features argan oil as its active ingredient. As my hair was in dire condition I placed my faith in the hype and purchased a bottle of Moroccanoil in the hope that it would turn my straw like hair into a more manageable mane! --Packaging and First Impressions-- The oil comes in a dark glass bottle with ... Read the complete review
by - written on 01/08/12 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Before I used this oil my hair was dry, brittle and dull. I was skeptical about using an oil on my hair as I, like many of the people I've recommended this to, thought that I would end up with greasy rather than glossy hair. Eventually I thought I'd give it a go as my hair was beginning to get into a really bad state. I washed my hair as normal and whilst it was still damp i rubbed in 2 pumps worth of the oil into the ends of my hair. I then blow dried it as normal and the results were honestly amazing! My dry and brittle hair was gone! It had made my frizzy ends smooth and silky! After the first use of this product things only get better!! Moroccan ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/12 (Useful, 9 readings)
After being a long term GHD addict, my hair was really suffering from the heat damage. My hairdresser recommended I use moroccan oil to help repair my split ends and help lock in the moisture. At £13 for a small bottle, I must admit I was rather sceptical. However, I had been convinced into buying it and couldn't wait to try it out when I got home. I apply moroccan oil to my hair once I have washed it. My hair is around 4 inch below my shoulders, therefore quite long, and I only use a small amount of oil (approx. the size of a 1 pence coin). After rubbing the oil together in my hands, I apply to the ends of my hair and run my fingers through my hair. This ... Read the complete review
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