|MoroccanOil booth at Cosmoprof 2011|
One of a woman’s most precious physical asset is her hair. As I was watching the Emmy’s last night, the one thing I noticed first about how celebrities looked was their hair. You could have the most beautiful gown or kick-ass heels, but if the hair isn’t taken care of, it could throw the whole outfit off – especially if the hair is dry and frazzled.
Fortunately, celebrities have professional stylists who help take care of their hair, but for those of us who can’t afford to go to the salon every week, there are many products out there that can make us look as if we do. MoroccanOil Treatment Oil is one of those products.
Before argan oil became “the thing” to use for your hair, I used hot oil treatments back in the day to get rid of the frizz in my hair. However, I didn’t like the hassle of waiting to heat it up. When I first started using argan oil on my hair and dry scalp, I found that not all brands are alike. Some products would make the hair near my roots slick and oily-looking, so I could only use them on the ends of my hair to help prevent split ends.
MoroccanOil offers a full range of hair products in addition to the oil treatment, which can be found via online sites like www.wantthelook.com
The only product I’ve tried is the treatment oil, which is instantly absorbed by the hair and keeps it hydrated and shiny without weighing down your hair and making it look oily. You can use it on wet or dry hair and even on extensions or wigs. The formula is lightweight enough that I don’t have to wash my hands after applying it to my hair. I just wipe my hands along the top of my arms to get rid of any excess, if any.
In the video below, Orlando Pita talks about how he created the hairstyle for Carolina Herrera’s Spring 2013 show using MoroccanOil products…
Peter Gray for Moroccanoil talks about the dreamy looks he and his team created for the Badgley Mischka Spring 2013 show…
Have you tried MoroccanOil products? If so, what do you think?