Hydrate and Get Rid of Frizz!
I was very excited to get this Moroccan Oil to review, free of charge, from SalonLogics.com. I know you may not think a hair product is exciting, but when you spend 15 minutes in the morning trying to detangle your hair without adding frizz you would be excited too.
About Moroccan Oil:
This Hydrating Styling Cream is perfect FOR ALL HAIR TYPES and comes in 10.2 OZ size pump bottle.
Hydrating Styling Cream is a lightweight, moisturizing formula that creates soft styles for a natural feel. It conditions, hydrates and fights frizz, especially for coarse and dry hair. It adds definition with a soft hold and is essential for creating blow-dried styles. It is also great for taming fly-aways and refreshing day-old styles.
Moroccan Oil is my new favorite styling cream! After I wash and condition my hair, I put in leave-in conditioner, try to comb it out with a wide pick or detangling brush. After I blow dry my hair for a few minutes and put it half up, I always add a quarter sized dollop of Moroccan oil to my semi-dry hair. It is light, non-sticky, and makes my hair shiny without looking greasy. It eliminates frizz even on the most humid New England days- April showers bring May flowers! Those April showers don’t make me feel like loving flowers when my hair is flying every which way. Moroccan Oil is Paraben and Mineral Oil Free- that’s a big plus in my book.
I even use Moroccan oil on my son’s hair before he goes to school. It helps tame the bed head without making it look gelled or greasy. It has a light scent, nothing flowery that a 10 year old would despise. Even my husband has been known to use it. Shhh, don’t tell him I’ve told you!
I highly recommend Moroccan Oil for anyone with dry or damaged hair. Actually, I would recommend it for all hair types and for the whole family!
Get a refreshed style or easier styling with just a touch of Moroccan oil!
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