March 4, 2012 at 10:12 pm #155931
Just wondering if any of you have experience with moroccan oil? My waist length wavy hair has after a music festival in the middle of summer become dry, limp and dull and nothing I do seems to help. I just want to put some life back into it without having to cut it all off. It was suggested I try moroccan oil and was just wondering if it is worth the price? I don’t want to buy it then find it is crap.March 5, 2012 at 10:17 pm #156098
I swear by It’s a 10. I have used Argan Oil, Moroccan Oil and It’s a 10 and hands down It’s a 10 is my favorite.
Just don’t get it somewhere that is NOT a salon. It’s only guaranteed when you get it there. When you go into the salon to pick some up, get a little bit of a trim (like an inch) – you should see your hair bounce right back to normalMarch 6, 2012 at 1:02 am #156114
I love my MoroccanOil. My hair is terribly fried, but when I use MoroccanOil, I can pretend like my hair’s not completely ruined. ( ^ – ~) Of course, I have to use it all the time for the “healthy”-feeling hair to last.
I might have to try It’s a 10 when I run out!March 6, 2012 at 9:47 pm #156309
Thanks for the responses ladies! Will be giving it a try. Do I just put it in my hair after I wash it or is it an every day sort of thing?March 19, 2012 at 11:53 pm #159427
Love Moroccan Oil! I put it in after towel drying my hair. I recently got a trial sample of It’s a 10! and I’ve sprayed some in my hair after putting the Moroccan Oil, it’s made my hair super omg soft! I have really long, thick, coarse, dry hair. This combo works wonders for me. HG material for sure!April 2, 2012 at 5:21 pm #162742
Its a great product to use, i was reccomended to using it from my hairdresser. I used it after i have towel dried my hair, i but i find it not only works great on damp hair but for myself works even better on dry hair. I do find when you first apply it to your hair it appears to have made the hair oily and at first i paniced thinking i had ruined my hairstyle but if you can stand the feel of oiliness for a few mintues then it well worth it as your hair will soak up all the goodness!!!!!
I find that not only does it have instant results but once you use the product oer time thats when its most beneficial. My hair feels silky and soft . I too have long wavy hair and using the product has made my waves managable and honestly if i leave my hair to dry naturally and add a little oil to it, it looks like i have used a curling ironon my hair tomget that wavy look. So therefore not only do i save time but not usinf heat on my hair as much as a used to!!!!!!!April 30, 2012 at 11:54 pm #168650
I’ve used It’s a 10 religiously for the last few years…. I would definitely recommend it!!!! Everything in their line is amazing, except the styling mousse has a strange smell I’m not too fond of. I’ve also tried Argan oil which is nice too! I wanted to try the Moroccan Oil and I may have to after these reviews!May 1, 2012 at 11:27 pm #168933
Love love love moroccan oil! My salon uses it and I bought a bottle. My husband even noticed how soft my hair got and he loved the way it smelled too. It is pricey but I think it’s worth it. A little goes a long way.May 13, 2012 at 6:05 pm #170684
I know this thread is dead but I recently purchased the shampoo, conditioner and the hair masque from the Moroccan Oil line and while the shampoo and conditioner weren’t anything fantastic (I actually found it dried my hair out), the hair masque is a God-send! I still apply my It’s a 10 hair products after using it, but my gosh… it’s amazing.July 19, 2012 at 1:48 pm #182290
I agree with Kayla with the shampoo and conditioner. The shampoo dried out my hair big time, almost as if it was straw! Conditioner is okay but the moroccan oil itself is amazing. I also have the moroccan hair styling cream and that’s a bit pricey but it’s amazing. You can use it before blow dry, with any hair style. It’s like a conditioner but not heavy so it can be used daily! Hope this helps……the hairspray sucks too! Just thought i’d let ya know….July 22, 2012 at 4:26 pm #182769
I hope you girls use the conditioner after the hair mask. – The hair mask don’t closes the cuticles, making it looks a bit dry. If you apply the conditioner after the hair mask and rinse out, you’re going to see an amazing result!July 22, 2012 at 6:24 pm #182831
I didn’t realize to use the conditioner after the hair mask? I used the hair mask twice a week to repair prior damage….maybe i should re-try the conditioner and use it as you advised. Thanks for the info…..Superchic girl……..Do you have any other advice about anymore products that will repair the damage done to my hair. A local salon bleached it twice and it’s been over a year and still so much damage. Any suggestions?July 23, 2012 at 7:42 am #182915
Danielle, check this topic – http://www.makeupgeek.com/forums/topic/the-hair-of-my-dreams/
It’s the story of my hair. It’s a bit long but I bet you’ll find some thing that can help you to repair your hair.
2 years ago a bad pro. destroyed my long hair by using afro-product in my hair. I have thin an straight hair, it felt out… And even going to saloon every week, my hair as a shit during 1 year and 1/2. I started to care of it by my own and I got knew many tips and nice products, that used together can help better than miracle!
This tip of the conditioner after hair mask I learned in the last meeting of the brand in Amsterdam, the brand is getting introduced to NL market and they are teaching the best way to use, it in some workshops.
I hope the topic I sent help in some thing, there you can se some products that I used to fix my hair and there’s pics of before damage, during it and how it’s now!May 7, 2013 at 9:07 am #218049
Moroccan Oil can also refer to a specific brand of Argan Oil beauty products sold by the Vital’s Cosmetics International company. Their products can only be sold by authorized distributes, mostly beauty salons.
You can use Moroccan Oil on your skin in a number of ways. It can be be your once daily moisturizer, just massage a small amount onto your face or problem areas.May 7, 2013 at 9:05 pm #218158
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