How to Dry Your Hair with Moroccanoil Treatment
Moroccanoil is my go-to product to help dry and style my long hair. I first started using this product last winter when my hair was constantly dried out, and I have continued using it almost daily ever since. It kept my hair soft during the winter, and it keeps my hair smooth even with the extreme humidity in the deep South during our summer months. It is relatively inexpensive--this .85 oz size bottle has lasted 6 months and cost less than $20. If you're looking for a product to reduce frizz and flyaways, I highly recommend this product. Styled hair is light and silky, not at all greasy like you'd think an oil would do.
Once you have washed your hair, comb it out and let it dry just a little; you don't want to start with sopping wet hair. Pour a dime sized dot into your palm, rub hands together, and then rub the product into your hair starting at the ends and working your way up to the roots. I turn my head upside down to let my hair hang just to make sure I don't get the bulk of the product near the roots--it needs to be in the body of your hair. I use a 2" round brush and a hair dryer with an airflow concentrator.
I turn my head upside down and start drying, using the brush to smooth the hair as I go. When it seems like most of my hair is dry, I flip it up and start working on the roots still using the brush to smooth the hair. My drying time has been reduced to approximately 5 minutes from 10-15 using this product and this method.
Once you have your hair as dry as you like it, style as usual. I usually leave it as is; I don't have much time for the curling or flat irons. It looks great; I just add a soft mist of hairspray to set it and I'm good to go.
I love this product because of its price, the light scent, and the silkiness it adds to my hair. I highly recommend it to anyone with long hair!
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