Moroccan Oil

Sunday, April 15, 2012

 Emily Blunt said in Instyle that she's using
this Moroccanoil mask for her hair.
Sometimes she even sleeps with it in her hair.

Not looking like Emily Blunt nor having her gorgeous hair,
yet decided to have a try with these products.

 Bought the shampoo, conditioner and mask
at Sean Donaldson Hair, where had my hair done in South Beach.

"Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner are for hair that has been weakened or damaged by color, chemical processing or heat styling. They restore hair by bathing it in a highly concentrated formula rich in antioxidant argan oil, reconstructive keratin and fatty acids. Both products restore elasticity, moisture and manageability. The formulas are free of sulfates, phosphates and parabens, so they’re safer for the environment and won’t dry, fade or strip color-treated hair. They’re even free of sodium chloride, making them safe to use after keratin treatments."

"Restorative Hair Mask is a 5-7 minute revitalizing treatment that quickly repairs hair that’s weak, damaged or color-treated. Its high-performance formula is rich in argan oil and protein to fortify and restructure hair that’s been damaged by chemical treatments or heat styling. It actually infuses protein back into the weakened hair shaft, so hair becomes stronger and more beautiful."

These products are amazing!
My long, colour-damaged hair feels and looks 
soft, smooth and shiny.

 Bought the oil in London to add some extra shine.
Only a small drop is enough.

"Moroccanoil Treatment’s really versatile, nourishing and residue-free formula can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. It blends perfectly with other products and even speeds up drying time. This treatment for hair completely transforms and repairs as its formula transports lost proteins for strength; fatty acids, omega-3 oils and vitamins for shine; and antioxidants for protection. It absorbs instantly to fill gaps in hair created by heat, styling and environmental damage."

Moroccan oil, or argan oil, is harvested from the nut 
of the fruit of the argan tree. 
This tree grows in only one region of the entire planet 
– in the desert-like region of southwestern Morocco. 
So no wonder it's a bit expensive!

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