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Moroccanoil Hair Care Review

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Hey Fashionistas,



Happy Humpday everyone! As you may know or not I am coloring my hair - the truth is out! I started changing my color a long time ago. When I was younger I tried everything from red to blue to brown. It all looked horrible but I am very happy with my current hair color. I love this icy blond but I would also love me a shade of gray but for some reason, I can’t achieve that hair color.

As everybody knows who is coloring their hair - your hair needs special attention and special care. I already have naturally blonde hair but I really love this super icy Cali girl blonde so once in awhile I have to bleach and tone my hair. Every blonde out there will agree with me that keeping your hair brassy free and hydrated is tough. 

Over the years, I tried different hair care products and some of these products stuck to my regimen. I am always eager to find new and better products to get luscious hair! I was recently gifted with many, many amazing products from Moroccanoil. I am pretty sure you have seen or heard of this company before. 

All of their products are infused with nourishing antioxidant-rich argan oil (I love that stuff) and their signature scent. The scent smells really luxurious and kind of reminds me of being in a spa but at the same time it also smells like my next beach vacation - refreshing and very relaxing. At least that’s how I imagining Cancun! The scent ultimately consists out of spicy amber aromas merged with sweet florals.

Let me tell you what products I received and how they work for me. I have fine hair so Moroccanoil was so kind to send me products tailored to my hair needs.

I received the Moroccanoil Treatment Light. If you know me I am a sucker for hair oils. This hair oil is specifically designed for Light-colored hair (including platinum and white) to nourish, hydrate and add shine to your hair. You can use the product on wet or dry hair. I love that stuff it adds shine to my hair while taming frizz.

Hydrating for my hair is super important so I was more than happy to receive the Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner. Both products work hand in hand to condition detangle hair. The products contain antioxidant-rich argan oil, Vitamins A and E and moisture-attracting red algae to hydrate my hair. The products are sulfate-free, phosphate-free and paraben-free which makes them a perfect for me!

Once a week I treat my hair with a good hair mask. I make sure I leave the mask on for at least 5 minutes. Using the Weightless Hydrating Mask from Moroccanoil makes my hair shiny and bouncy! What I also learned in the past that you should splurge on a good hair mask.

To finish my look I love to use the Hydrating Styling Cream. In my experience, I rather not use a styling cream because they make my hair look greasy and ugly. But the Styling Cream from Moroccanoil is super lightweight and leaves my hair looking natural. Even after a couple of days my hair still looks perfect.

There are also days in my life where I don’t have time to wash my hair so a dry shampoo is a must-have for me. Moroccanoil offers two types of dry shampoo for Light and Dark tones. I received the Dry Shampoo for Light Tones. This dry shampoo works well for me. It does not leave any white residue whatsoever.

If you are looking for hair care treatment that’s suppose to hydrate your hair, I would definitely recommend Moroccanoil to you. As you know all opinions are my own and I would always tell you what I think about products. I would not recommend anything to you if I wouldn’t believe in it!

Thanks for stopping by!



Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil, hair care, maroccanoil review

Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil, hair care, maroccanoil review

Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil, hair care, maroccanoil review

Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil, hair care, maroccanoil review

Moroccanoil Treatment, Moroccanoil, hair care, maroccanoil review

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