I use this only on the ends of my hair. When used on damp hair, I feel like the product speeds up drying time and leaves my hair soft and shiny while taming frizzies. When I curl my hair with my flat iron I like to use a very small amount of the oil and run it through my hair from the mid-ends. I dislike the packaging because it is hard to control how much product you'll be using. Also a glass bottle and oily hands sets the stage for a disaster! Only other con is that if you have to use too much your hair turns into a greasy mess.
hmmmmmmmmmmmmm not great tbh. what's all the fuss about? I didn't notice a great difference and felt as if i were overloading my hair with rubbish. L'Oreal's Everpure serum is far better than this and a third of the price.
This product is made up by mainly silicones. Argan oil is one of the last ingredients on the list. And the bottle? Not even a dispenser on mine. For the price I paid --> wow! I have much better and similar products in my arsenal + argan oil. And that without the heavy pricetag of this.
I LOVE THIS PRODUCT! It makes the flyaways and most of the frizzies on my hair go down (that is a lot because I have a lot of nappy hair. I put a pump when my hair is straightened or relaxed, and two-three pumps when my hair is frizzy. I just put it on my hands rub it together put it on my hair and poff frizzies gone!
I use this before blow drying or leaving to dry naturally and it really makes a difference to my hair. I get no frizz, just soft and shiny hair. It smells delicious and you only need a small amount. It seems to make blow drying quicker.
I like MOROCCANOIL pretty much.
The only thing I DON'T Like is a PRICE as for me it is TOO
For example here in Moscow Moroccanoil 100ml costs 50-60$ for bottle.
I used to buy it on Ebay BUT last times MOROCCANOIL closed
the auctions I placed bids on since (as explained seller)
they don't like to see their products sell low price from
By the way the lowest price for MOROCCANOIL can be found only in Israel since it's
Israel Brand and produced there.
So the lowest price I could get from Israel was 37$ including delivery on
www.ledyshop.com comparing to 50$ locally in Moscow.
It is nice product but their price policy really sucks :(
This product is great for summertime when hair tends to be quite dry and unruly. For girls with fine hair I would highly recommend the light formula as the original steals all your volume! This stuff seems to work miracles curly thick hair. I watched a friend of mine go from beach frizz to beautiful control curls. It does have a very strong scent which I luckily love. If you want a cheaper alternative Argon Oil is also just as good.
Moroccan oil has to be the best hair product ever! In my opinion nothing can touch it and I've tried a lot of products. I use it everyday without fail.
You only need a tiny amount so the bottle lasts ages which makes is reasonably priced. I apply a small amount to my damp hair then blow dry, the result makes my hair so shiny and silky and not a dry patch in site. Highly recommended, especially for long blonde hair because I find it difficult to make my blonde hair super shiny but this does it amazingly. I wouldn't apply it on dry hair, I have tried this and found it makes my dry hair look greasy and doesn't work as well.
It smells gorgeous too! I will continue using it for good now and won't look back.
Get it!! :) Xx
Am always on the lookout for products for my daughters fine hair. She has a lot of it which tends to dry out from weekly swimming lessons and summer fun swims. When I smelled this, I made up my mind to buy some. At the store, I was told that it may be too greasy for her young and fine hair. I finally read the ingredients and am surprised at the amount of silicones in it which will make hair feel nice for a few days then will do all sorts of things like: weigh down hair, cause breakouts, show split ends… Glad I didn't spend $50 Canadian for this small bottle. Will keep looking for stores that sell real argan oil.
The salon I go to recently added Moroccan Oil to its product line and all the stylists have been raving about it. It was recommended to me, so I purchased the smallest bottle in order to try it out. Really, I don't know what all the hype is about. The smell gives me a headache (luckily, the smell fades quickly) and I haven't seen any difference in my color treated hair's appearance. This stuff is super expensive and it's hard to get a tiny bit out of the bottle (I'm afraid more than a dime sized amount would cause my hair to become greasy). Others seem to really love Moroccan Oil, but I've been underwhelmed by the products I've tried so far.