Favorite Things Thursday

Moroccan Oil

I don’t know what I did without this stuff!

I have the kind of hair that really can’t decide what it wants to do. It’s kinda straight and kinda fuzzy, some curl in random places, it’s a hot mess really.

I certainly don’t have the kind of hair that I can let dry naturally. Think homeless person.

And to make matters worse, it’s super fine and totally greasy. I have have have to wash my hair EVERYDAY or it looks like I haven’t washed it in two weeks.

When I get out of the shower, I use one of those big ol’ pick combs and one squirt of Moroccan Oil. I love the smell and it allows me to glide the comb through my hair without ripping out the last two hairs on my head.

It gives my hair a nice shine and tames down the flyways without making my hair oily AT ALL.

Love love love Moroccan Oil

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Comments

  1. 1

    Love Moroccan Oil!! It really is a miracle.

  2. 2

    My daughter swears by Moroccan Oil.

  3. 3

    hmmmm. I wonder how it would work on my boys hair. They have curly dry hair that I only wash twice a week. I am always looking for something to help give it moisture. What do you think?

    • 4

      It would do great with your kids hair. I use it on both mine every night! Since yours have really dry hair, I would go
      with the regular version and not the “light” like I use.

  4. 5

    I love my Moroccan Oil – tames the wildest of hairs! :)
    And yes I use it on Austin’s hair – maily for his funny stick up areas ~ so I think it works just as well on boy’s hair!

  5. 7

    I have been using that for about 2 years now and I wouldn’t live without it. I have thick hair, but most other oils or creams weigh it down so much. This makes my hair silky and stays light.

  6. 8

    You’ve convinced me to try Moroccan Oil. I have the type of hair that needs it too.

  7. 9

    Well, first off…your hair is beautiful! And, secondly, where do you get Moroccanoil? I’ve never seen it.

  8. 11

    Huge Moroccan Oil fan! I used to have really curly hair, but four pregnancies and a move to the desert later, all I’m left with is mostly frizzy/dry hair. I use the oil, not the cream and rub a little on my hand and on the ends of my hair after I blow-dry/flat-iron. Tames the frizzies without making it greasy….Agreed! Also does wonder for your cuticles, too. I take any residue left on my hands, and massage it into my nail beds. Great in the winter!

  9. 12

    I need to get this. I have been holding out for so long, but it must happen.

  10. 13

    I’ve never heard of Moroccan oil but it sounds intriguing! I’m going to keep an eye out for it. Thanks!

  11. 14

    I use Organix Moroccan Oil, but I have used this before too. I found that Organix has the same effect but at a cheaper price! But, I also believe that if you find a product that works miracles, never let it go!

  12. 15

    I truly do not know what I would do without this product in my life…..

  13. 16

    i have the exact same kind of hair. in fact, i’ve used the term homeless person to describe it more than once! must try this stuff.

  14. 17

    Sounds like my hair. It got all funky after my son was born. Guess I need to find this oil and give it a try.

  15. 18

    This stuff is the BEST! I have naturally curly hair and when I straighten it this is the ONLY stuff that will leave it silky and smooth! <3 Moroccan Oil!

  16. 19

    From what you said about your hair, it sounds pretty similar to mine. I used to have to wash my hair every day because otherwise it got super greasy. I would really recommend switching to a sulfate-free shampoo. See, sulfates are what make most shampoos lather- but they are also what strip you hair of all it’s natural oils and nutrients. So what does your scalp do? Create even MORE oil- it’s a vicious cycle that the more you wash your hair, the more frequently you will have to do so.It will take several washes to get your hair back into shape, get rid of any built up residue too depending on how much silicone is all in the shampoo you use. But it will make your make SOOOOO much more managable. I used to blow dry and straighten my hair EVERY day- no more!! I let it air dry, never use product, it’s super shiny and soft… only wonderful things! I’ve used lots of different brands but I really like Abba, Blow NY, and Brocato. Check the shampoo you use- sulfate is usually the second ingredient after water.

    • 20

      Thanks so very much for your comment!!!!!!!!!

      I have been seeing those sulfate free products in the stores and didn’t know the benefit, so thank you for all that wonderful information!!!!!
      I will have to pick some up when my shampoo runs out!