Rubbing oil into your hair sounds like a crazy thing to do. Oil based beauty products have become popular in recent years, and the number of oil based treatments available to buy seem to be constantly growing.
I have tried out quite a few conditioning hair treatments. Most of them are designed to be applied onto damp, freshly washed hair, and my top tip is to use the product sparingly. If you put too much oil in then it will just look like you haven’t washed your hair in a few weeks! I just rub a small amount through the ends of my hair (less is more) and it makes it look really healthy and shiny.
Moroccan Oil is good because it can be used on wet or dry hair. Sometimes after I have washed my hair and when it is finally dry it can look like the hair dryer has zapped all the moisture from it. This is where Moroccan Oil comes in, because it can be smoothed over the dry bits to make the ends look shiny and lustrous.
The box comes with a pump included, so that it’s really easy to apply. I opted for the ‘Light’ version of it, which is designed for fine or light-coloured hair. As my hair is both fine and light-coloured, this works a treat, and I imagine that the original oil is heavier, thicker and darker in colour.
Moroccan Oil is one of the best products I have come across to transform my dry, frizzy, heat-damaged hair into silky, shiny locks. It works much better than a serum because it makes the strands of hair glossy and soft rather than hard and stuck-together as can often happen.