Whether you’re a beauty novice or a confirmed fashionista, this topic is for consulting Mumsnetters on all things style-related. Plus, check out our Swears By page for the inside track on the next Mumsnet must-have.
Which Morrocanoil product should I buy? It's 20% off...
what is your hair like? mine is fine and i find the oil too heavy, but i have seen mucho mucho raving on here. i know it's good, i just can't get it to work. on dd's thick ringlets it is astonishingly lovely.
after you've washed your hair, put a little bit on your hand and work it into your hair, then dry etc. Don't wash it off. I wash my hair every other day, and on the days i don't wash it, I also put some on my hair when it's dry, before straightening.
Nope! Do it Viv! Mine is blondeyginger and is feeble and breaks easily...or it did <excited music> !!
I use a pump and one squirt on wet hair makes mine smoooooooth and strong. Alot less breakage over the last 6months. Amazing stuff. It absorbs into the hair, doesn't sit on top.
Aitch, are you putting it on at the roots? I have to use in from half way down my hair. Imagine pulling hair into a ponytail - the hair that free from the imaginary bobble is where I apply it. Smooth it in well, then the remnants on my palms ai Lightly swoosh over the top part of my hair.
You put it on to damp hair, literally you need a smidgeon on your hand, rub your hands together and then smooth it onto your hair. When I have straightened mine, I then smooth a little bit over the top of my hair.
My last bottle (£30) lasted 18 months, so well worth the money I think.
My new bottle has a pump and more comes out than I would like. My old bottle didn't have one - I literally put my hand over the top of the bottle, tipped it up and then back again - so it didn't pour out iykwim.
ackchewerley, the reason manufacturers put pumps on is that they know it makes you use more of it. whereas dipping your finger on the neck of a bottle is something you can only do once before having to put the bottle down, iykwim?
Always like that, sadly. I was a ginge as a kid, now lightened as I've got older (naturally - not a hope of using colour on my way, more sadly) and it's always broken at about shoulder length. Just breaks off, no split ends, just snaps! The MO has been amazing and it's now much longer and feels healthy rather than brittle. And I'm able to use the GHD's my lovely Dad bought me now too