LOVE this product. It keeps my coarse colored hair from frizzing out, especially in summer. I use a pump on mine and it only takes three pumps to cover my shoulder length hair. The smell is wonderful and it leaves my hair SUPER soft! One bottle has lasted me about 4 months. I would heartily recommend this to anyone who has my type of hair or frizz issues. (Works better than John Frieda's product)
I have fine hair, but lots of it. This is the best oil I`ve tried because it doesn`t weigh my hair down - even if I accidentally put too much on. It just absorbs and disappears into my hair. Also it smooths frizz, hides damage, cuts blow drying time in half, adds shine and protects my hair. Also it smells like candy in my opinion, which I just love!
I really don't get the hype around this product. It is just an ordinary hair serum, does the exact same job like the TreSemme or John Frieda ones. On top, it is super expensive and difficult to get a hold of.
It's ok, nothing bad to say about the quality, but I get the same results with much cheaper products, so I will not be repurchasing.
I love this product! I'm asian and just permed my hair so it tends to be a bit dry. This product has helped my hair to remain soft and my curls continue to have bounce. Super expensive though, but will definitely buy again.
It's just not worth it. I regret buying it. Shine is so-so, nothing much. I get better results with other products. Also, it has a strange smell. I can smell it on other people if they use it, too. It's a meh product, and from my experience, not worth the hype.
Well Im on to my second bottle of it and I loooove it! before i would have given it a 4/5 becaus of the packaging but now it comes with a pump and now this product in my eyes is perfect. I have to wash my hair everyday because it gets oily easily but running this through my hair after a shower restores moisture to my ends without leaving them greasy. Not only that but the scent is phenomenal. The price is steep but you get what u pay for. BUT since its a glass container be careful! my mom bought some of this and dropped on the bathroom floor and it shattered everywhere! Personally I like the glass container,I think its more fancy...just be careful with it thought.
I love using oil on my hair but surprisingly this one does not work for me. I have wavy/curly hair. I have tested this out about 6 times and I hate it. It makes my hair puffy and frizzy. I'm glad I bought the small bottle. I'll stick to my phyto relaxing balm. It's the best ever.
Expensive, but worth every penny. I bought a tiny bottle for $19 because it was my first time, and because I had heard only a smidgen was needed (or else run the risk of greasy hair). My hair is so thick that I use almost a quarter palmful, so it looks like I'll be buying the bigger bottle soon! However, the body and the curl definition I get when I use this is incomprable to anything else; now the real test will be to see how much I like it when my hair wasn't just trimmed. I'm sure my hair will just get even bigger and better! Moccocanoil literally makes me look like a hair product ad! Another bonus is the scent. Most hair products smell like the mall; this one is subtle and sexy and almost perfume-quality.
I'm on my 2nd bottle of this, and it does wonder for my frizzy, color-tortured hair :) It speeds up drying time something fierce (I don't like using the blow drier) and leaves my hair silky soft. The big test will be to see how it keeps up with the tangles I always get in autumn/winter from wearing warm scarves...
Well, I was all ready to hate this, after spending $17 for the tiniest bottle and then reading all the reviews that say this product doesn't deliver. On my hair, it totally lives up to the hype. My dry, coarse hair is super silky and styled now after adding Moroccan Oil to my routine.
My hair loves silicones, and I wanted to try Moroccan Oil because it contains some actual oils along with the cones. I added a little more than a dime sized amount to each side of my armpit-length hair, then combed it in really well, and smoothed/dried it with a towel. Then I added a bit of Fekkai Straightening Balm (which I love) and blow dried my hair in sections using a round tourmaline brush, and finished it with a few drops of Moroccan Oil used as a smoothing serum.
That had been my routine, except instead of Moroccan Oil, I had been using Chi Silk Infusion. I'm pretty sure I have a glowing review of Silk Infusion here. . . it's good stuff. But Moroccan Oil is better. Silk Infusion is more affordable, but it can add weight. I don't feel any added weight with Moroccan Oil. Best of all, my hair did not tangle or snag while I was drying it.
As for the packaging, I actually like the jewel cut glass bottle. I had no trouble dispensing the desired amount. Just tip the bottle over carefully into your palm. You don't need a huge amount of this stuff, and I'm thinking my tiny little bottle will actually last awhile. Thumbs up for Moroccan Oil (and one lippie off for the ridiculous price).