I’m bossy. You probably didn’t know that about me.

For the past ten months, I’ve done a pretty damn good job of hiding my dictatorial demeanor. But sometimes, I feel so strongly about a product that a gentle suggestion just won’t suffice. So, at the risk of sounding like a despot, here goes my review of Moroccanoil.

I, Spoiled Pretty, command you, reader of Spoiled Pretty, to immediately purchase Moroccanoil hair care products. Heed this decree…for the use of Moroccanoil will, henceforth, transform your fried, lifeless locks into a mane of myth.

Moroccanoil Oil Treatment is a versatile hair product, made from the oil of the Argan tree. For centuries, Moroccan women have used this miracle oil to treat hair and nails, and to counteract the effects of the hot climate and aging.

In Philadelphia, we enlightened ladies like to treat our tresses to a little pre-shampoo Moroccanoil. Apply to hair (concentrating on ends) and cover with a shower cap for 30 minutes. If your hair is especially damaged, let hair marinate for a few hours or overnight. What kind of results can you expect? Moroccanoil’s many benefits include:

* Softens thick unmanageable hair
* Restores shine and softness to dull, limp hair
* Strengthens brittle hair
* Promotes healing and provides nourishment to hair damaged by coloring and styling
* Creates an optimal balance for the hair and scalp
* Nourishes the scalp (alleviates itchy, dry scalp)
* Protects against UV damage and other environmental factors
* Reduces drying time and speeds up styling time

Moroccanoil’s weightless non-greasy formula seals in shine, is perfect for all hair types, and won’t cause build-up on the hair. And the product is stored in an amber glass bottle to protect the oil from UV rays that cause oxidation and degradation.

You will notice a dramatic improvement in the feel and look of your hair after just one use. After introducing my mom to the line, she couldn’t stop raving about how Moroccanoil added softness and shine to her overprocessed hair. My mother doesn’t give compliments freely, so this endorsement was majah!

If you really want to go for the gusto, use Moroccanoil in tandem with the line’s other products.

The Masque is a rich, creamy conditioner, designed to hydrate and repair damaged hair. The Hydrating Styling Cream is a leave-in treatment that eliminates frizz, adds definition, and brilliant shine, while the pure argan oil conditions and hydrates the hair. And the Intense Curl Cream is used to enhance and define curly hair; repeated use will result in extraordinary hold, shine and protection.

Click here to find a salon near you that sells Moroccanoil. Or purchase products online at Amazon.com.

7 Comments on Holy Grail Hair Product Alert: Moroccanoil

  1. Meredith
    June 10, 2008 at 7:25 PM (10 years ago)

    Oh my gosh, this stuff is amazing! My stylist used this one me last week, and I’m on a waiting list to get more! I can’t say enough good things about it. I can’t wait to try the rest of the line.

  2. ladiabla
    June 11, 2008 at 12:12 AM (10 years ago)

    I just discovered you today and I have been reading your blog for a few hours. I love it, thanks so much for having it. I also have to say finding it couldn’t have come at a better time since I was just starting to look for this type of product, here you are writing about it. The hair and beauty Gods must have sent you and your awesome blog to me as a gift. I can’t wait to read you every day now 🙂


  3. Amy
    June 11, 2008 at 3:00 AM (10 years ago)

    I love your blog–found so many great things on here! I have been using Philosphy’s Shear Spleandor Marinade which sounds similar to this and it has changed my hair–I am definitely going to try this stuff as well.

  4. Dominican Enigma
    June 11, 2008 at 11:58 AM (10 years ago)

    I’ve heard of this line before, I’ll definitely have to give it a try. Oils always work wonders on my hair.

  5. Chrissy
    June 12, 2008 at 4:54 AM (10 years ago)

    It looks pretty good but pricey for a college kid like me. I find Jasmine oil works very nice Amla oil. I usually hit up the local Indian specialty store around Norristown. They’re cheap but they make my hair soft and shiny!

  6. Anonymous
    June 21, 2008 at 6:33 PM (10 years ago)

    I used the pure organic argan oil (that’s the main ingredient in the Moroccanoil products) on my hair and it is absolutely amazing and fabulous. I bought a bottle of the argan oil at Salon Ziba in New York City because my stylist used it on my hair. It’s by ArganBody!