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Moroccan Oil Sample

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faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 06:26:12

Anyone know if it's possible - and where - to get a sample of this? I don't want to buy a huge bottle until I know I like it.

KenDoddsDadsDog Mon 31-Jan-11 06:35:25

Amazon and eBay do little bottles for about £11 quid. You can also buy tiny 'holiday' bottles on eBay for less than that but they wouldn't last long.

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 07:00:49

oh thank you ken! will go off there now and have a look

3gorgeousboys Mon 31-Jan-11 09:22:07

I keep hearing this mentioned - what si Moroccan Oil (same as Arjan?) What does it do? Would it be good for me - I have fine, limp hair....thanks

tattycoram Mon 31-Jan-11 09:42:05

Would this argan oil do the job? I love akamuti, their stuff is fantastic quality but am not sure if this would work on hair?

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 11:14:09

I can't find any of the little bottles : ( and the travel ones all seem to the in the region of 13 pounds which is quite steep if you just want to try something. Still debating whether I can be arsed to spend that much on spec.

It's meant to be wonderful for frizzy/coloured/dry hair that won't ever do anything it's meant to

KenDoddsDadsDog Mon 31-Jan-11 12:05:21

I will find some links for you!

ruddynorah Mon 31-Jan-11 12:10:47

You don't need a little bottle. You will love it. Buy a big bottle.

TrillianAstra Mon 31-Jan-11 12:13:34

What does one do with it?

ruddynorah Mon 31-Jan-11 12:16:20

Smooth small blob into damp hair before blow drying. I also run it through my damp hair and leave it to dry naturally into curls. So I can have perfectly silky smooth straight hair, or glossy bouncy curls. No other products.

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 12:39:45

I would like to believe you ruddynorah, but I am cynical. I have a bathroom full of miracle things that were supposed to work and didn't (for me), and I'm trying to economise, and be a little more sensible.

thank you ken! I'll look forward to it!

KenDoddsDadsDog Mon 31-Jan-11 16:53:26

Sample Bottle
It is the right stuff, they must just decant it.

lololizzy Mon 31-Jan-11 17:08:53

am dying to try too but don't want to waste money. Can anyone tell me..is this a no-no for thin hair that can get quite lank? would it weigh it down too much? get greasy roots however do have v dry ends. Does it remove body from hair?

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 17:10:28

ordered. Thanks very much ken

valiumredhead Mon 31-Jan-11 17:26:44

I get mine from Amazon. Argon oil which is what my hairdresser uses. £10 for a small bottle that lasts months.

KenDoddsDadsDog Mon 31-Jan-11 18:05:03

I have got fine hair that is flyaway and it has been great. Especially considering I have to wash my hair every day due to greasy roots.

McDreamy Mon 31-Jan-11 18:06:38

I have just ordered some Argon from Amazon, thanks for the tips. I've being wanting to buy Morrocan oil for ages but couldn't justify the price! Much more affordable.

valiumredhead Mon 31-Jan-11 18:23:50

McDreamy - you need to use a tiny amount - not even a pea sized drop on my shoulder length hair. I rub it between my palms then run my hands over my hair.

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 19:01:49

...on damp hair or dry?

faustina Mon 31-Jan-11 19:03:32

oops - sorry, I see the answer to my question is already there! smile

McDreamy Mon 31-Jan-11 21:00:54

Thanks! smile

valiumredhead Tue 01-Feb-11 08:17:47

faustina BOTH! You can use a small amount to smooth down fly away bits after drying too

IvaNighSpare Tue 01-Feb-11 18:01:33

which one do you reccommed from Amazon? so many!!

Shhhh Tue 01-Feb-11 19:03:26

Im another one who says "get it, you will love it" !

After reading a mn thread last week I went on a mission to buy some. Not only did I buy the oil BUT I also bought the shampoo and conditioner!
I use it every day and I must admit my hair has never been so lurvley grin.

Soft, swish and gorgeous smile.

Go on, take the plunge wink.

lololizzy Tue 01-Feb-11 19:09:30

can't use my debit card at moment. What high street shops do it?

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