Shine sprays have come a long way, from thick, sticky formulations to light, almost magical mists that generate A-list gloss. Shine sprays have also undergone significant innovation. The appropriate shine spray will complement your color and texture, leaving your hair appearing healthy and very glossy once you’ve finished styling it. This is the ideal method to complete your appearance.
The Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray not only gives your hair a wonderful shine but also shields it from the damaging effects of environmental factors such as free radicals and the sun. In addition to this, it bestows onto your tresses the nourishing properties of the multi-award-winning Moroccanoil Treatments.
All hair types may benefit from the smoothing and repairing effects of rich argan oil, which also contains a proprietary combination of vitamins and antioxidants that restore shine and promote healthy movement. My untamed, highlighted hair is prone to static and frizz, and the formula’s non-sticky nature worked well to tame both of these issues. Take a look at the contrast between the smoothness and shine:
Because the spray imparts a layer of shine all over your hair, it should be the very last product you use after you have completed styling your hair. Not only does it make the top of my head shiny, but it also makes the mid-lengths and tips of my hair shine. In addition to that, it works well for refining updos like ballerina buns and elegant ponies.
MySalonLooks Meet Moroccanoil & Errol Douglas!
The Imaginative Hair Academy had an educational session for Moroccanoil recently, I was fortunate enough to be able to attend. It was a very fantastic opportunity for us as Moroccanoil devotees to learn exactly all there is to know about the groundbreaking brand and its widespread popularity all over the world. In addition, we got to see Errol Douglas MBE work his magic and create some incredible couture hairstyles using the items that are his personal favorites.
To get things started, the Moroccanoil team took us through the fundamentals, explaining where argan oil originates from and why the consistency of their multi-award winning treatment mix is just right. The kernels of the fruit of the argan tree, which is native to Morocco, are where argan oil is derived. After the fruit is consumed by goats, who are unable to digest the kernels (I know this seems a little revolting, but stay with me), the kernels are collected and crushed to yield a nutrient-dense, viscous oil. The oil is used for medicinal purposes.
Moroccanoil then combines this oil with other substances of the highest pharmaceutical quality, in addition to others that are well-guarded trade secrets, in order to achieve the ideal, non-greasy consistency that is adored by all kinds of hair.
After a short break, it was time for Errol Douglas, who is such a well-known figure in the business that we could not contain our excitement at the opportunity to speak with him. He presented many stunning looks that he had created for us, all of which were inspired by his work with Moroccanoil at New York Fashion Week, as well as rising trends and high-fashion, couture hair. A hair cage that was sewn into the hair was one of the extremely unique items that he used, along with the largest hair doughnut that any of us had ever seen; in fact, it was even larger than a bagel!
Getting a picture of us together was one of our primary goals. Because Errol is so educated about the business, and because his enthusiasm for Moroccanoil is so infectious, we were happy to be able to sit at his table throughout lunch and have a nice long conversation with him. We all feel like we know even more about the product selection, and we have some exciting ideas to test out in the salon and on mysalonlooks.com as a result of the event as a whole, which was very inspirational.