I don’t know about you but I have what I can a “special occasion” shampoo and conditioner. When I really love a shampoo and conditioner and it is on the price side of things, I only reach for it on special occasions. This is my way of making those bottles last awhile. I adored this one particular brand’s shampoo and conditioner because it smelled like Chanel no. 5 and made me feel like I spent all day at the salon but with each bottle costing upwards of $25 each, it didn’t get a lot of play. Now I’ve gotten over my shampoo and conditioner rationing thanks to MoroccanOil’s Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner.
I’ve done a lot of damage to my hair during the last year going from brunette to red, back to brunette and then back to a reddish-brunette. I worried that my hair would only be fit for lining stables after the last time I had color lifted but I’ve been good to my hair and have been pampering it as much as I can. This pampering has involved using MoroccanOil’s Moisture Repair Shampoo and Conditioner more regularly. Normally this would be a “special occasion” shampoo and conditioner for me but it is so so good and much more affordable that I’ve decided I cannot be without it and have worked it into my regular rotation. At a starting price of $15 for an 8oz. bottle, I’ve decided that my hair is worth that much to me. 🙂
Besides having that addictive MoroccanOil fragrance we all know and love, the formula is also sulfates, phosphates and paraben free so it is completely safe for color treated hair. It is also sodium chloride free so if you are getting keratin treatments, you’re good to go. Since I’m using these on a regular basis, I found I don’t need to break out the hair masks nearly as often. Before this shampoo and conditioner, I would do a hair mask twice a week to give my hair some good loving but this conditioner has softened my hair just as well as any mask would and rinses out cleanly without making my hair feel heavy. The shampoo is also quite concentrated, a little dollop is all you’ll need for a good, productive lather, I tend to use more than I need but I’m just so infatuated with the smell. I still use MoroccanOil when I blow dry my hair but just the shampoo and conditioner alone have done wonders for my hair. It feels amazing and even more, you can’t tell it has been abused.
Speaking of hair, have you seen the Peacock collection of flatirons from GHD? They’re all about showing off with their new peacock print cases, which I love and appreciate. Each flatiron in the collection also has color co-ordinating plates and a plate guard. Did you know these have sleep mode on them too? It goes to show long it has been since I’ve tried a new flat iron… might be time for a new one. 😉