I was defiantly skeptical about the picture on the packaging of this oil that shows a girl with flat hair and then after using this oil her hair was full of curls.it states to use three to four drops throughout the hair before going to bed...I was not expecting the curls but thought it may be a nice treatment for my dry hair...
I followed the directions and woke up with my usual flat hair lol which I excpected...But I found the quality of this oil not as good as Macadamian nut oil or Argan oil.The smell was nice but it did have a artificial scent. I also found it was to greasy in my hair.It didn't make any difference on my hair at all.
I'd heard a lot about Moroccan oil, but really just thought it was a 'fad' so I never really bother to spend much thought or money on it. Then I saw this cheap version at Shoppers and figured, why not - I'd give it a try. I ABSOLUTELY LOVE THIS! My hair feels amazing. It's sooo soft and shiny. Even my boyfriend was stroking my hair one night and asked if I'd done something different. And I said, 'why yes, actually, I picked up some moroccan oil" - giving me the suspicious look he tends to occasionally, he asked "was it expensive?" And got to laugh and truthfully say NO! Super cheap. Maybe the real stuff is even better, but I'll be sticking to this stuff - it does a great job!
I really don't know for sure how "legit" this stuff in terms of being actual moroccan oil. It's not amazing but it doesn't suck either. I think if you're looking for the real stuff this obviously is not the stuff you want to buy! But I just bought it on a whim and thought I'd try it. It is good for smoothing down hair, adding gloss, etc etc. but nothing that an ordinary serum can't already do. And it smells great! So even though it's not necessarily "legit" oil of morocco and may not actually improve the health of your hair (to the best of my knowledge) I think I'd still use it just for the smell and the fact that I do like the glossy shiny effect it gives.
So for a serum, I would recommend. But if you're looking for oil of morocco, get the real stuff.
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