I’ve been a fan of Moroccanoil’s original famed argan oil for years and definitely notice a difference in my hair texture when I apply it on damp hair. Although the brand started with just argan oil, they have quickly expanded their offerings to include styling products and styling tools. Now the thing that sets the brand apart is the fact that they include their argan oil in most – if not all – their products, so anytime you use their stuff you’re guaranteed to have silky, smooth hair.
I’ve tried a number of their styling products over the years, but when I saw they came out with a purple shampoo for blonde hair, I knew I needed to try it out.
The Moroccanoil Blonde Perfecting Purple Shampoo (C$28) is a sulfate-free, tone-correcting shampoo that is designed to fight brassiness and dullness in blonde and grey hair. Ideal for all hair types and textures, this vibrant purple shampoo neutralizes yellow and orange tones, as well as repairs the hair which nourishing it (no dry locks here!).
The formula includes their ArganID technology, which infuses antioxidant powers of argan oil into the hair while also repairing damage and sealing the cuticle (no split ends here!). It also has violet pigments which enhances your blonde tones and giving you a natural-looking glow.
In terms of purple shampoo, I actually find this one to be reasonably priced for a salon brand. I didn’t notice a huge difference between the Moroccanoil version and the L’Oreal Paris and Joico ones I’m currently also using, but I do like how it has their argan oil in it meaning that your hair will be nice and smooth with regular use.
Pair their purple shampoo with their Weightless Hydrating Mask (C$44), which is an argan-infused mask that is designed for fine, dry hair. With weekly use, this mask will help hydrate dry hair and also improve and texture and manageability.
Apply this mask to towel-dried hair or damp hair (I use it in the shower), comb through, and then leave it on for five to seven minutes. Rinse well and use at least once a week or whenever you need some extra moisture.
This mask is formulated for fine or lighter-coloured hair. I have been enjoying using this during the summer since the sun tends to dry out my hair. The formula contains argan oil (obviously); behentrimonium chloride, which prevents static; shea butter, to sooth and moisturize; as well as hydrolyzed vegetable protein to support hair elasticity and strength.
Finally, once you are out of the shower, use the Moroccanoil Protect & Prevent Spray (C$32). This spray is designed to be used on towel-dried hair and will help to protect your colour against fading and brassiness.
The lightweight spray is ideal for all hair types and textures and helps protect your hair against heat, broken hair and split ends. The formula contains their ArganID to help repair and seal the hair, varisoft to protect hair against breakage and frizz, as ell as heliogenol which prevents residual oxidation of hair colour, meaning no fading or dullness in your colour.
I’ve been using this spray for a few years now and really like it. I find that my colour hasn’t really faded or become brassy and I like how it’s a spray, not a serum, meaning it’s a little cleaner to apply.
Overall I really like these Moroccanoil products and would recommend adding them to your haircare routine this summer. They also sent me one of their Color Depositing Masks, which adds temporary colour to your hair. I’m excited to give that a shot as well since it would be a nice little change and something fun to do this season (since there are so many things we currently can’t do).
If you have blonde or dry hair I do recommend looking into these products. Moroccanoil took their famous argan oil and combined it with styling and haircare products, meaning you’ll have super nourished locks this season.
Have you tried any of Moroccanoil’s styling products?
Please note, products sent by PR. All opinions are my honest own.
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