Moroccanoil: How To Use The Miracle Hair Oil

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The Moroccanoil Hair Oil Treatment

Moroccanoil has made its mark across the world, with its innovative and revitalizing hair care products that have had bloggers and hair care professionals falling at their feet to get a hold of.

However, even though the Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment is one of the biggest Moroccanoil products, there are a great number of people out there that don’t know how to use their hair oil to get the best results out of it.

For the best results use the oil in wet or dry hair, following the top tips provided in the video below.

Choosing from the Moroccanoil Original hair oil Treatment (ideal for normal hair) or the Moroccanoil Light Oil Treatment (better for oily or greasier hair).

Wet Hair

Applying hair oil to wet hair is the most common way to use your

Moroccanoil

treatment. Using a small amount as shown in the video.

Step 1:

With the Moroccanoil Hair Oil, work through the ends of your hair, avoiding your roots as this will make your hair look greasy.

Step 2:

The Stylist works the Moroccanoil through the hair, then dries in and style like you normally would, taking note of how easy your hair dries and how manageable it is.

Step 3

The finished result after using Moroccanoil hair oil treatment, the model’s hair is left silky smooth.

 

Dry Hair

Using Moroccanoil on dry hair can make styling your hair easier with better results. Using 2-5 pumps of the Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment of your choice as directed in the Video.

Tips for use:

Work into your ends again, whilst avoiding roots to prevent and oily finish.

Style your hair like you normally would, noticing that the argan oil in Moroccanoil takes hold of frizz and fly aways to leave your with sleek and healthy looking hair.

 

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