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Moroccanoil has taken on the hair industry and introduced us to a new way of hair life. Featuring a wide range of Moroccanoil treatments, including the infamous Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment containing Argan oil that deeply replenishes, nourishes and revitalizes your hair.

However, a lot of people out there buy the Moroccanoil hair oil and don’t know how to use it properly. In this blog we want to set the record straight, working alongside the Moroccanoil Hair Tutorial to show you how best to use your hair oil.

Firstly you need to decide whether you’re using the Original hair oil treatment or the light hair oil, using the light version is your hair is prone to becoming oily or over shiny.

Wet Hair

Predominantly people use Moroccanoil on wet hair after a shower or bath. Using a similar amount as displayed below and working it into the ends.

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The reason we avoid using Moroccanoil hair oil on our roots is because this is the newest hair, it doesn’t need replenishment and it makes hair looks greasy very quickly.

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Dry or style as normal, leaving your hair to dry naturally if you wish.

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The finishing result is hair that exudes volume, health and shine whilst preventing frizz and further damage to your hair.

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Dry Hair

Applying Moroccanoil to dry hair can allow for easier and more efficient styling

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Using 2 to 5 pumps of the Moroccanoil Original Hair Oil Treatment or Light Hair Oil Treatment

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Working it through the ends of your hair again, avoiding the roots as it will make your hair appear greasy

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Style as normal and watch the results unfold before your eyes, the Moroccanoil Hair oil treatment conditions and makes straightening, curling and waving a breeze.

See the entire range of Moroccanoil hair treatments here or watch the full video here

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Laura

Laura

Make Up Specialist

Major fan of scented candles, Make Up brushes and Highlighter. I’m always on the hunt for those Holy Grail products and my dressing table is covered in more beauty products than I like to admit. As an adopted Northerner originally from Brighton, I spend most my days wondering what all this rain is about. My hair isn’t grateful for the move. Currently loving: NIOD Photography Fluid