70% would repurchase
on 5/18/2018 12:05:00 AM
More reviews by scarlethaze
I ALWAYS use an oil in my hair after I've washed it because my hair is fine, wavy and a bit dry. Oils keep it soft and manageable and define my curls, but most argan oils can be quite heavy and are more suitable for thick hair, so I opt for something light, and this is perfect. I always wanted a bottle of this but it's just so expensive, so I just continued using a cheaper one from Priceline which has been discontinued! :( I then started using Matrix murumuru oil which is really nice but they've discontinued that too. Then I tried Wella Oil Reflections, which is just too light and not moisturising, and is only good if you want your hair to look glossy. I found this online for $39.95 AUD, when it's retailed at $63.95, which I wasn't sure I could justify spending, so I bought it straight away. I love it. I use just one pump and put it through my hair focusing on the ends. It's the perfect consistency. it's not too oily, it's moisturising but it's not greasy, the smell is nice and not overpowering, and my fine, dry hair looked and felt beautiful. It defines my curls perfectly. It's definitely superior to any other argan oil on the market. Don't believe anyone when they say all argan oil products are the same, they're not. Why else would this be an expensive, high end salon approved product..? I'm willing to spend more on something if I know it's good quality. This will definitely remain a staple in my hair care routine, and if you're looking for an argan oil that isn't too heavy or greasy, this is it :)
3 of 3 people found this helpful.
on 5/8/2018 9:08:00 AM
More reviews by chippergal
So I gave the mini bottle a go because I tend to like most Moroccanoil products. Let me just give a pro/con list for you.Pros:Does absorb oilDoesn't leave that gross, clumpy, gritty feeling some dry shampoos canI love the scent Cons:ExpensiveWhile meant for "Dark Tones" this stuff comes out white. I mean really white. Like, Marie Antoinette white. Yes, it will dissipate with lots of brushing, but still, my drugstore Batiste has more of a dark tone than this stuff. If you miss a spot while brushing, you will look ridiculous. All things considered to me it's not worth the money when the only thing I truly like about it is the scent. Would not repurchase.
on 5/7/2018 9:15:00 PM
More reviews by Neophiliac
This cream is expensive and doesn’t smooth my straight but voluminous hair. It stays frizzy. I was curious enough to try it. What a disappointment. I'll stick to their famous oil instead.
1 of 1 people found this helpful.
on 4/17/2018 5:27:00 AM
More reviews by raluko
I`m a sucker for thickening sprays and styling products. I`m always on the search for the perfect one, but so far the only two that have impressed me (mildly, though) are the Kerastase Densifique Mousse and the Bumble&Bumble Thickening spray. This Moroccanoil spray isn`t bad, but it`s nothing to write home about. It`s a spray that you use on wet hair, massage into the roots and style. It has that same fragrance as all the Moroccanoil products, but it`s not as strong and it does dissipate quickly enough. It doesn`t weigh hair down, even when applied liberally, but the problem is that it doesn`t do a whole lot to boost volume. At least not to the degree that I would expect at this price point. No on repurchase.
on 4/12/2018 12:00:00 PM
More reviews by idael
Smells amazing! I love Moroccainnoil's hairspray, oil and styling spray. But this conditioner absolutely destroyed my bleached hair. I have been getting regular Olaplex treatments and my hair was in great condition even though it's bleached, but after I started using this (even with super moisturizing shampoos) my hair started to feel and look like straw. Complete waste of money.
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