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BPGP: Moroccan Oil

Last year, Miss M mentioned her love for Moroccan Oil ($39) in The Floor Report.  But despite her glowing recommendation, I was reticent to try the product until a hair model with  the most shockingly gorgeous mane on the planet Earth, told me to.  (Sorry, M.)  And let me tell you the results are incredible.

Since my last haircut, I have religiously used a nickel sized amount of Moroccan Hair Oil each day and it has completely transformed my tresses.  Which is amazing when you consider that I use a blow dryer, hot rollers and a curling iron every day.  But thanks to the Moroccan Hair Oil, there’s nary a split end in sight.

 I’ve also noticed that true to their claim, using the hair oil shortens drying time.  And for what it’s worth, the hair does seem to be growing a little faster.  But that might just be wishful thinking. 

So if you’ve seen the ads, read the reviews, but just never taken the Moroccan Oil plunge, I highly suggest that you do.  Your follicles will thank you.

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  1. Liz says:

    Could you please note on your posts when, and if, a post is about a product that has in some way sponsored or been shipped to you for trial? I may be wrong but I feel like more and more of the posts are endorsements. I.E. it should be obvious that the Coup de Foudre posts lately are because of Coup de Foudre being a visible sponsor, but I think that it would serve the reader to have a note at the bottom of the post that said something like, “Disclosure: X is a sponsor” or “Disclosure: X sent me free product” or “Disclosure” X sent me free product in exchange for a write-up.”

    Thank you!

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  2. Serena says:

    I completely agree! I have dry, naturally curly hair, and I also blow dry it smooth and then use a curling iron every day. And I get highlights. If I air dry my hair, I look like the girl from the Infusium commercials. I have tried countless products, including higher end stuff like Kerastase, but none of it really produced dramatic results. This product is seriously a godsend. Before Moroccan Oil, I didn’t know what it was like to have shiny hair. Now, people actually come up to me to ask what I have been using.

    One thing though – I haven’t noticed any effect on drying time, so I wouldn’t recommend it if that’s something that’s important to you.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  3. Belle says:


    I may be the only blogger who doesn’t get stuff for free. I don’t take paid posts, and if I did, I would have to disclose them in accordance with FTC guidelines. I only review products that I’ve bought and like, or sometimes when I order something from Sephora and get a sample.

    SP, again, I’ve never done a sponsored post and if I did, I’d certainly disclose it cause that’s the law.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  4. Belle says:

    Oh and as for Coup de Foudre. She paid to advertise for a week like two months ago, and I’m too lazy to take her ad down even though I haven’t charged her since February.

    If I like a business/product/designer I’m going to extol their virtues. If I don’t, I’m going to tell you not to go there or buy that. I have opinions, nobody pays for them.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  5. Jessi says:

    I love this stuff and have used it for awhile. I believe it’s primary ingredient is argyn (argan?) oil, which is great for skin and nails too. I bought a ton of it when I was in Morocco and put argyn oil on my cuticles every night , which keeps them moisturized and prevents chipping and cracking.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  6. Jaclyn says:

    Does it make your hair greasy or oily looking in any way? I tend to get oily roots but I want to try it.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  7. Belle says:

    Jaclyn- That’s the incredible thing about it, it doesn’t turn your scalp into an oil slick. But if you’re worried, I’d just use a little on the ends.

    May 6, 2010/Reply
  8. Sas says:

    I recently purchased Agadir Argan oil (and shampoo and conditioner) and it is miraculous. Jessi is correct–the actual oil in “Moroccan” oil is argan oil. I prefer the Agadir to the “Moroccan” brand personally.

    May 10, 2010/Reply