There are few brand names that reach your ears by word of mouth before they do from marketing efforts, and Moroccanoil is one of them. It’s a testament to the loyal following of the brand; Moroccanoil’s users are also advocates, a powerful thing, and having been recommended their products by numerous people I was particularly keen to see if the buzz was warranted. Add to that the fact that I seem to be following Winter around the world, and there could really be no better time to be slathering on a rich deep conditioning treatement like Moroccanoil’s Intense Hydrating Mask.
The consistency of the mask is a thick creme. I used quite a bit in order to really work enough into my hair (my hair is relatively long), but in future applications I could probably be more sparing. The scent of Moroccanoil’s mask is subtle and pleasing to the nose. I can’t find any fault with the look, feel, or smell of the product.
I left the treatment in for a good 10 minutes which was simple enough (no hot towels or fancy applications needed), rinsed, then dried my hair. The results were promising: my winter-ravaged hair felt immediately healthier and more hydrated without feeling like I’d just piled on a bucketload of chemicals. Unlike most treatments I’ve used in the past, which leave my hair silky but flat, the Moroccanoil mask didn’t lose volume. This is pretty much the number one point for me: I’m rather attached to my volume, so a product that leaves my hair healthier without leaving it limp gets a huge score in my book.
Having had a positive experience with the Moroccanoil Intense Hydrating Mask I’m pretty keen to try their original oil treatment – a product I’ve heard many good things about – so stay tuned.
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