MoroccanOil's Dry Shampoo, Dry Texture Spray and Treatment Oil are my three Favourite Products from this Brand
MoroccanOil Dry Shampoo
The Dry Shampoo can be bought for light or dark tones. It absorbs oil and removes odour, leaving the hair instantly clean and fresh. I use the Dark Tones which is amazing for Brunettes as I find it leaves no dull residue. The smell is amazing and it doesn’t leave your hair feeling stiff of heavy like a lot of Dry Shampoos can. It’s also great to add a small bit of volume to fine hair and gives a beautiful shine. The MoroccanOil Dry Shampoo is both Paraben and Phthalates free.
How to use Dry Shampoo?
Shake the Can well then hold the product 6-8 inches away from the hair and spray on dry roots. I then let it dry and massage it into my scalp just like you would with wet shampoo.
MoroccanOil Dry Texture Spray
The Dry Texture Spray is an Argan-oil infused texture spray that provides a long lasting hold. I personally prefer using a Dry Texturizing Spray instead of a Hairspray. A particle matrix of high-performance resins and zeolite form a bond between hairs for a texturized hold with a dry, gritty finish. For me it’s perfect for holding a curl that would otherwise fall out throughout the day. It’s also great to use in braids and updo’s too add a grip to the hair. The Argan-oil formula protects and nourishes the hair while still giving a long lasting hold. It adds great volume and texture to the hair.
How to use Dry Texture Spray?
Again shake the can well, hold it 6-8 inches away from the hair and spray in a circular motion for even distribution.
What's the difference between Dry Shampoo and Dry Texture Spray?
Both products absorb excess oil and product build up in dry hair. A dry shampoo is perfect for refreshing dirty or oily hair and prolonging a blow dry, but be careful not to overuse it as it can leave a powdery residue on the scalp. Dry shampoo offers less volume than Dry Texture Spray in my opinion with the latter being slightly heavier. I use the Dry Texture Spray as a primer that prepares the hair for styling and gives a long lasting hold. Unlike the Dry Shampoo, The Dry Texturizing Spray is completely invisible and leaves no residue on the scalp.
Dry Shampoo - Prolongs a Blow Dry, Great to use in between washes and keeps the hair looking clean and fresh.
Dry Texture Spray - Adds Texture or Grip to the hair and adds more volume.
What's the difference between Dry Texture Spray and Hair Spray?
Personally as I said I prefer a dry texturizing spray over hairspray. While both help to hold a hairstyle longer, hairspray is more crisp and polish while Dry Texture Spray gives more of an effortless undone look. Hairspray would be more sticky and crunchy especially if you apply too much where as Dry Texture Spray is more light and care free. For an updo look I’d use the Dry Texture Spray first for a better hold and only if needed will I use hairspray to smooth any flyaways. Hairspray can also be heavier especially if you have fine hair because it can weigh the hair down and make fresh hair look almost greasy as oppose to The Dry Texture Spray which also absorbs excess oil from the roots leaving hair looking clean and fresh.
This treatment helps restore shine, strengthens the hair and conditions from root to tip. It works on all hair types and it gives hair a beautiful shine making it look healthy and vibrant. It also has UV guard protection which helps against the suns harmful rays. On my own hair I find it reduces frizz and leaves my hair super soft without weighing it down. A little goes a long way with this product and as always the scent is heavenly. I usually apply it mainly to the ends of my hair and avoid going too close to my face and neck to prevent breakouts. This treatment is multi award winning, alcohol free and is made with natural Argan-oil.
How to use MoroccanOil Treatment?
Apply 1-2 pumps to clean, towel dried hair, from mid length to ends and then blow-dry or let it dry naturally.
Where can I buy MoroccanOil?
You can buy directly from their website or at Look Fantastic, Peter Marks, Millie’s, Amazon and many more...
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