Niina Rates|The Moroccan Dream ★★★★

I’ve been using this product for a while now, and before I actually got my hands on this baby I did a few researches here and there… Why? Because one it’s pretty expensive and two my hair is relaxed and I wanted to know that if I purchased this product it won’t go to waist and is something I can actually apply in my hair regimen.

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 This is another Hair product that we’ve seen many many beauty guru’s/bloggers talk about, and of course it’s going to make you curious as to how it will work with your type of hair.

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Okay so this is what I love about this product… If you have a hard time dealing with frizzy hair well this right here my friend is your solution to your f-r-i-z-z-y hair problems. It’s kinda crazy how it manages to tame my frizzy hair after I’ve washed it, because I let my hair air dry it usually get’s really frizzy especially if I haven’t roller set my hair. Now what I do is after I’ve Deep condition, Co-wash or clarify my hair I’ll pump a little bit of oil on my damp hair and after it dries too… trust me a little goes along way with this one.

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        One thing about the packaging is, that it’s made from this hard type of glass.. So that means if/when it falls it will brake and you will lose all that good product. That’s the only thing I wasn’t very fond of.

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 Since my hair is sparse it’s been a constant battle with certain hair products that weigh down my hair, but Im happy to say that with the Moroccanoil this is not the case. It’s so light that it won’t weigh your hair down, and can I say that the Moroccan oil smells amaaaazing gosh it really does, the scent can be a bit overwhelming at first but once you get use to it you’ll love it! Well at least I did!

Along with taming the frizz, not weighing the hair down it will also give it a beautiful and natural shine, I was impressed.  One thing though…. While I was applying it on my hair It wasn’t getting absorb as quickly as I thought it would, I would have to keep re applying the little bit of oil that was left over on my hand on my hair until it was gone.

If you are interested in buying this product you can purchase it here: http://www.moroccanoil.com/usa/h_us_en/moroccanoil-treatment

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4 Comments

  1. July 15, 2014 / 10:28 am

    Moroccan oil is really good! I’m glad it worked out for your hair!

    • July 21, 2014 / 9:45 pm

      Thanks for commenting Jade! Im glad too, have you tried it out yet??

  2. Kim
    July 21, 2014 / 4:26 am

    Sounds really good!

    • July 21, 2014 / 9:44 pm

      Yes kim it really is! It didn’t let me down!

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