Everyone wants their hair to have more shine, and less frizz right?! In Dallas, the women definitely do! You have probably heard all the buzz about the latest and greatest product: Moroccan Oil. I hope you are ready because this product will change your life.

 

When you hear the word oil, in any hair product, you probably get nervous. I mean, who wants oily hair? First of all, if you have Biosilk in your cabinet, throw it out! This product is on a whole new level. Consider this:

 

Your hair NEEDS oil to maintain strength and a healthy shine. The more you shampoo, the more you are stripping your hair of natural oils. To replace them, you need to be using some kind of natural oil on a daily basis. Conditioners are not the answer to your every problem.

 

Moroccan oil is another name for Argan oil, which is made from the kernels of the Argan tree fruit that grow almost exclusively in Morocco. The oil is a rich emollient that can moisturize hair and skin. It is unlike any other oil treatment because the hair actually absorbs the natural Argan oil, instead of staying on the hair and making it feel oily like past products.

 

To use the product:

Shampoo and condition your hair as normal. After towel drying it, apply a quarter size amount of the oil to your hair. Always apply the product to the ends, which need the most attention due to hair coloring, and environmental factors. After you style your hair, you can apply a tiny amount more to add extra shine and really seal that cuticle from absorbing humidity. As is always the case with an oil based product: Steer clear of the scalp! This will further protect and give your hair more shine.

 

For curly hair: After you shampoo your hair, use a large pick to detangle your hair. Mix a gel/mousse with a dime size pump of Moroccan Oil. The combination of the sticky from the gel/mousse with the shine in the Moroccan Oil will lock in the curls, but soften the crispy nature of gel. Your end result is beautiful curls that are soft, and shiny!

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