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Kavisa Rebello
Kavisa Rebello

Till recently, I had only read and heard that Moronccan Oil is a total miracle worker and has been a hair care favourite for years. But when I tried the product myself, without a doubt it is worth the hype. Like a lot of Indians, I’m blessed with voluminous hair. It’s long, thick and straight. And thus, a painstaking task to protect it from sun damage and pollution. Now with the arrival of monsoons, I fret the humidity and the moisture being sucked out of my long locks.

Argan oil, an ingredient from Moroccan Argan trees, is the key to healthy and beautiful hair, revealed Antonio Corral Calero, the Artistic Director of Moroccanoil. He has been the dynamic face of the brand and an influential person at runway shows around the globe including Carolina Herrera, Badgley Mischka, Just Cavalli and Catherine Malandrino. A very animated demonstration of the latest hair styles using Moroccanoil products at the trendy and beautiful Tote by Turf at Mahalaxmi, Mumbai, was appreciated by the attendees which included lifestyle, fashion and beauty editors, hair professionals and media.

Antonio Corral Calero with the models
Antonio Corral Calero with the models

Moroccanoil Hydrating Shampoo and Moroccanoil Hydrating Conditioner is an answer to our hair catastrophes. It not only minimizes the frizz, but also makes the hair look glossier and healthier. Another personal favourite is the Morrocanoil treatment. Oil no longer means repelling greasiness. This product packaged in a small turquoise bottle, transforms dry and damaged hair into soft, smooth and silky locks. The added bonus is the musky smell it leaves minus the nasty residue. Another signature factor is that it is alcohol-free. If looking after your hair is something that you really are interested in doing, Morrocanoil will definitely save your strands or boost them altogether. Though it is a moderately-expensive line, it goes a long way and worth a hair care splurge. I’ve seen fabulous results, and totally recommend it.

By: Kavisa Rebello

Picture 1 Credit: Prardhana Chillarige

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