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a little post about this product we have in work called ‘moroccan oil’. i’m not being paid to advertise it or anything, i no longer work there so i’m not going to get commission and posting about this isn’t really benefiting me in any way but i felt it was so amazing i might as well share!
i’ve worked in a hair/beauty/photo salon for years and used so many different products, all claiming to be the ‘next best thing’ in hair care and this is without a doubt the best thing i have ever put on my hair. it can be used for many different things; parts of my hair are bleached and it helps strengthen it as well as being a heat protector for whenever i straighten/curl/blow it. you can use it during or after colour processors to stop any damage, it helps prevent frizz and any weather effects on your hair. it also makes your hair easier to manage; my hairs in perfectly healthy condition but it still helped alot. its used for fashion shows and alot of A-list stars use it, as well as it winning countless hair product awards!  i used it the other night and got so many compliments on how nice my hair smelt aha. the fact its an ‘oil’ probably has connotation to greasy oils but its really not, its weird, no matter how much i put on my hair doesn’t get oily or greasy at all, it just makes it smell stronger and alot more shinier! no matter what condition your hair is in generally, it helps so much, its one of those things i can’t really describe until you use it.
its price range for a bottle this size is about £35-45, i don’t have to pay for it but if i had to, i totally would. theres a range for all types of hair, whether your hair is straight or an afro and anything else in between; now i’ve started using it its become one of those ‘cant live without’ products and if this post helps at least one person get even better hair it’d be totally worth it. would recommend, strongly.

a little post about this product we have in work called ‘moroccan oil’. i’m not being paid to advertise it or anything, i no longer work there so i’m not going to get commission and posting about this isn’t really benefiting me in any way but i felt it was so amazing i might as well share!

i’ve worked in a hair/beauty/photo salon for years and used so many different products, all claiming to be the ‘next best thing’ in hair care and this is without a doubt the best thing i have ever put on my hair. it can be used for many different things; parts of my hair are bleached and it helps strengthen it as well as being a heat protector for whenever i straighten/curl/blow it. you can use it during or after colour processors to stop any damage, it helps prevent frizz and any weather effects on your hair. it also makes your hair easier to manage; my hairs in perfectly healthy condition but it still helped alot. its used for fashion shows and alot of A-list stars use it, as well as it winning countless hair product awards!  i used it the other night and got so many compliments on how nice my hair smelt aha. the fact its an ‘oil’ probably has connotation to greasy oils but its really not, its weird, no matter how much i put on my hair doesn’t get oily or greasy at all, it just makes it smell stronger and alot more shinier! no matter what condition your hair is in generally, it helps so much, its one of those things i can’t really describe until you use it.

its price range for a bottle this size is about £35-45, i don’t have to pay for it but if i had to, i totally would. theres a range for all types of hair, whether your hair is straight or an afro and anything else in between; now i’ve started using it its become one of those ‘cant live without’ products and if this post helps at least one person get even better hair it’d be totally worth it. would recommend, strongly.

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