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Moroccanoil believer

January 11, 2012

Doubters- we were. Moroccanoil devotees and pushers, we are. Treatment oil, about $40

Obviously, the revelation of 2011 was completely unexpected: after countless eavesdropped accounts about how simply sensational the Moroccanoil product is, we finally tried it.

And now we’re in love, and our boyfriends are too- not just with our sweet-smelling locks, but they’re also using the stuff because it’s just so damn good.

If you’re still thinking that you haven’t read anything bad about Moroccanoil’s products because there’s some giant conspiracy to sell expensive bogus elixirs using modern marketing’s clever allure of deliciously tanned bottles suited up in bikinis of sea-turquoise labels, yeah- we know where you’re coming from. Well that’s just wrong wrong wrong!

Right, so now we’re also (non-commissioned) fanatical recruiters.

Okay so first things first: the Treatment stuff is amazing (pictured at top). In every way. And no, it doesn’t leave your hair oily- unlike other oils- your hair drinks the stuff like a tall glass of water, and then feels silky, lightly glossed and styled all day long. It’s so effective for hair that’s straightened using a flat iron- our best use of the stuff. It’s also really great for luscious waves and curls, hydrating nicely without the weight or any trace of being there except keeping things under control- like Spanx for your hair.

It also should be noted that the Moroccanoil scent is rather, um- how to put this?, ridiculously amazingly addictive, its sublimity makes it a must-have at all times, which also explains why some paramours have permanently ‘borrowed’ our bottle and are using it daily (and sometimes more) much to our furrowed brow and Moroccanoil withdrawal- which really isn’t pretty (and, despite attempting to play somewhat cool about all this, we both know he likes the stuff a little.. too much maybe? Hmm, darling- are you reading this? You said you’d buy me another bottle.).

We should also add that the collection of Moroccanoil products keeps other aspects of hair management rolling nicely: we’ve still got our lovely styling cream, which is perfect for protecting pre-blow drying, and the voluminous hair spray is a glossy quick fix.

So this is the year you’re going to get into Moroccanoil if you haven’t already. We called it.

Hydrating Style Cream to protect hair

Luminous hair spray for glossy positioning

Images courtesy of Moroccanoil; available at salons and at my boyfriend’s house.

7 Comments leave one →
  1. January 11, 2012 4:32 pm

    It sounds amazing, and you’re little partner references make me laugh! :)

    Nicole
    http://loyaltofashion.wordpress.com/

    xxx

    • January 11, 2012 4:48 pm

      What can I say- he’s basically keeping it and here I am, Moroccanoiless, smelling it in his hair. That’s kind of cruel. Just sayin.

      I do love the stuff- for the scent but also for all that it does for my hair. I’m going to stock up and buy my own, darnedit!
      -J

  2. January 11, 2012 4:44 pm

    i’m a huge fan of the treatment oil! xx

  3. January 11, 2012 6:46 pm

    Looove this line! And yes! It smells SO good! If you haven’t tried it, you should.

    Also, a little goes a really long way. I’ve had my little 100ml bottle of Moroccanoil treatment for over a year!

    • January 12, 2012 9:48 am

      So true- it really does work itself in nicely and lasts a long time.
      I have long hair and I’m obsessed with this stuff so I’m using it rather liberally :)
      -J

  4. January 12, 2012 10:19 am

    i will definitely try it! :)

    • January 12, 2012 11:00 am

      Yes! Do! I know it’s expensive but very much worth it- I wasn’t sure it would be since I tend to find myself disappointed with stuff that’s well-reviewed and pricey, but this is really nice.
      -J :)

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