My ends are a bit dry from all of the bleaching and dying last year, from brown to blonde, back to brown then back to blonde then to plum red in February this year. After hearing all the fuss about this product, I wanted to try it but couldn’t allow myself to spend £30+ on a product which may or may not work for me. After doing a bit more research, Moroccanoil has the normal version and this light version. This light version is best suited for fine, thin hair girls who doesn’t want a product weighing the hair down like myself.
A year later after all the praise, I had purchased the smaller size which is great for travel and trialling the product. This is a lot smaller than I had expected for the price. Such a shame I cannot return the used product. Heavily disappointed as it didn’t meet my expectations. I have applied it onto the bottom half of my damp hair before blowdrying. It didn’t leave my hair feeling smooth or soft but it did give a little bit of shine. It made my hands feel more smooth than my hair. I’ve tried using a small amount of product as well as more, yet the results are still disappointing.
On a positive note, this doesn’t weigh my hair down and it is absorbed into the hair quickly without feeling greasy. I don’t suffer from frizz therefore I am unable to comment on it. I like the smell but it is hard to put my finger on it. Sweet nuts maybe? Quite an expensive product. Do look for a sample first before investing in this or the original version. I can see this bottle last a good while however it is a shame that it didn’t work and unfortunately, I will not be repurchasing it.
Have you tried any Moroccanoil products?