Today I'm going to be looking at the cult hair care product which is Moroccan Oil. The hair oil market is now saturated with products and with brands such as L'Oreal, Lee Stafford and even Primark jumping on the bandwagon, choosing one can be as difficult as selecting a mascara!!
So with all these cheaper alternatives around, why did I settle for the original Moroccan Oil?
Firstly, not to be a brand snob, but Moroccan Oil is sooooo well known (unless you've been hiding under a bridge for years?!) and sometimes when selecting a product for the first time (yes I was a hair oil virgin!), you need to go with a reputable product/brand.
Secondly, although Moroccan Oil is more expensive, sometimes you get what you pay for. I sometimes find that cheaper brands (although they do the job just aswell), don't last as long and buying expensive can work out cheaper in the long run.
With all this in mind, I took the plunge and bought Moroccan oil from FeelUnique. I selected the 'Light' variety as I have blonde hair and I sometimes find moisturising treatments can turn the blonde dull + dark.
Moroccan Oil is golden nectar and my hair loves it! Seriously, my parched ends drink this stuff up like water! I pump 2 squirts into my hands, rub then together and then rub my hands through my damp hair and then proceed to blowdry/straighten my mane. Not only does the oil nourish my damaged hair but I also think it speeds up drying time (always a plus!)
As well as using the oil pre-blowdry, I also apply on dry hair (to the ends) before bed, much like you would apply a moisturiser to your face, and when I wake up in the morning, I have soft, easy to tame hair.
Despite its multipurpose use, and my heavy handed application. I think this product will last me a long time and when I run out...hells yeah I will repurchase!