Moroccanoil

Saturday, 17 November 2012


I can't even remember how many months I thought about getting this and changed my mind again. But I took the plunge! (an expensive plunge indeed). But my hair, as you can see is curly and normally quite dry and frizzy, so I'm willing to spend quite a bit on my hair because of this.

You have probably read quite a few reviews of this product so I won't rabble on for too long. But I do really, really like this product. I bought it back in april, so have given it a proper run for it's money and it's only just starting to run out and I use it a couple times a day. It does add a lot of moisture to my hair, without it feeling greasy and helps to control frizz, even through humidity.

However, it does contain silicones (booo!) I'm not anti silicones or anything, but long term they can cause more damage then good to your hair. You can buy 100% pure argan oil for a fraction of the price, which I'm sure would be much better for your hair, that's what ill be doing when this runs out. I make sure I clarify my hair about once a week in order to remove any build up of silicones.

Overall, it's a good product for a quick fix on a bad hair day or for a special occasion. I do love it, it's amazing, but I need to put my sensible hat on and realise that long term it may not be the best option for my hair.

What do you think about this product?

22 comments:

  1. I used to use this all the time too, until I found out about the silicone thing, now I just save it for special occasions!

    xoxo

    p.s your hair is gorgeous!

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    1. that's kind of where i am with it! i need to buy a pure argan oil!
      thank you chicken :)

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  2. Morrocanoil is a life saver ! The hair masques really good too :) Your hair's lovely x

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    1. i've always wanted to try it but was a little put off by how expensive it is! does it stand out compared to say your normal hair masks? aww thanks :)

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    2. I personally really like it :) it's better than the supermarket stuff like Loreal and Maccadamia hair masques are good too , I've got a few samples of the morrocanoil hair masque I can send you one if you like ? X
      www.elzmacbb.blogspot.co.uk

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  3. Your hair is stunning!
    I've never invested in Moroccanoil, i've used the cheaper L'oreal/ VO5 versions and they work perfectly for me! However my hair is really fine and in generally quite good condition so i've never felt like i've had to invest :)
    Fab review, and your blog is so cute!
    http://lovelaughlauren.blogspot.co.uk/ xx

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    1. thank you :) it need's a chop at the moment :)
      i agree, there are so many good products out there which are much cheaper :)
      that's lovely thank you lauren x

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  4. Your hair looks amazing! I love MorrocanOil aswell, but I do agree with you on the silicones bit! I'm using the Caudalie divine Oil on my hair, which contains no silicones, but I still prefer the good ol' MorrocanOil. lol I just started following your blog! xx

    ferdies-place.blogspot.com

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    1. that's another product on my ever growing wish list! aww thank you, nice to have you here :)

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  5. your hair looks like it's in suchhh good condition! i really need to invest in something nurishing for my hair i hate how dry it feels in winter xxxx

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    1. it's not too bad at the moment :) it's been worse! yup worse part about winter :( try l'oreal mythic oil if you don't want to splash out on this! or buy a mini version :)

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  6. Im your new follower, lovely blog x
    marrocan oil is on my wish list...

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  7. I wasn't awarethat silicones could cause damage to the hair long term, and after all the hype surrounding Moroccan Oil I'm surprised to hear that it contains them with that being the case. Thanks for the heads up!
    Mel x

    melswallofmirrors.blogspot.co.uk

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  8. I still have my mini bottle of this! I've been trying to use it up but I never know how much to use without a pump! I'm obsessed with haircare at the moment, there's SO much I want to try but I only have one head of hair and a small purse :(
    xoxox
    P.S. Can I haz your hair? All mine does is wave randomly and then my right side has a massive flick sticking out. All the time. It's lovely. *selling it*

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    1. i didn't know the small one came without a pump! i'm the same, hair care is my thing at the moment! haha that made me laugh!

      and yes, you are more than welcome to it, i can't stand it sometimes! but i bet that's a sexy flick?

      don't sell it! what would you use up the rest of your moroccanoil on?

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    2. Check me out, checking to see if you replied!!!
      I'd write a list of everything I wanted to santa but I don't have enough paper or time or pens for that nonsense. Plus I don't think the reindeer are strong enough to carry all that shampoo my way! :):):)
      It's not sexy, Kelly. It's not sexy at all.
      I wouldn't sell my hair, I imagine I'd look creepy bald ;)
      xo

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  9. Heyy!!!!

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  10. You have such shiny hair! I've never tried Moroccan Oil just because it's a bit pricey, now I feel like trying out if I could get hair like yours! hehe

    The Beauty Maniac in Tokyo

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  11. Moroccanoil is my holy grail product. I use it almost every day especially when blowdrying my hair as it quickens up the process – does anyone else find this? I think hairtrade is the cheapest place you can get it at the moment. I also find it good to use on my hair extensions Kate x

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  12. This is my favourite newly discovered product, its so good.
    www.delightfuldisaster.com

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  13. Wow this product very works. I highlighted my hair and it burned my hair. My hair was kinky, very dry and rough. I used this product nowadays and it left my hair satiny, manageable, shiny and simply stunning. Jamaican Black Castor Oil

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