If you’ve never tried a Moroccan oil product you are missing out. I know I have blogged about this line in the past but I just love their products so much that I think it’s necessary to chat about them again.
As a hair stylist we are constantly trying new products and checking out the next best thing in hair care. For the past few years I have been loyal to always resorting back to Moroccan products. Every time I go to the store Moroccan is always expanding their line. I first fell in love with the oil. It’s amazing and smooths my hair like no other! I have tried just about every other oil out there and became dissatisfied for several reasons; smell, making my hair greasy, and not smoothing, to name a few. I love that it comes in two formulas for us fine textured people out there.
For the past few months I’ve switched up my shampoo and conditioner. My hair is overall health, but I am blonde and this time of the year generally drier. I began feeling like my hair always looked frizzy and just didn’t feel as smooth as I prefer. I started changing up the products I was styling with, but nothing seemed to make a difference. I picked up my Moroccan smooth shampoo and conditioner and it completely solved my problem. My hair gained moisture and looks and feels smooth. My hair always feels amazing after using Moroccan products and it appears healthier.
Not only do they have a smoothing line but the line also includes volume and moisture lines. They have tons of styling products. I love the medium hold hair spray, especially when I am working with Bridal parties because I can work with it and it does not get gummy and it smells amazing. My other go to product is the moisture masks. These are great for a deep treatment for dryness and I find for sun damaged and chlorine exposed hair it works wonders.
I highly recommend checking out this line. This is a professional product and can only be found in a certified salon or beauty store. If you are finding this is a drug store or supermarket don’t be fooled it’s most likely not real or very expired. Make sure you watch the video that I shared on my Facebook page about diversion to understand more.