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  • Protect Damaged Hair with Moroccanoil

    Make damaged hair a thing of the past with the new Moroccanoil Perfect Defense.

    With the ability to protect your hair from all forms of heat (up to 450°F/230°C) Moroccanoil Perfect Defense is this years must-have styling product to maintain healthy hair and protect it from thermal damage. This argan oil-infused spray is totally weightless and can be easily incorporated into any styling regimen and layered with any styling product. The unique dry spray application allows you to spray on dry hair for second-day hot tool touch-ups or directly on to damp hair before blow-drying. The weightless, no hold formula means that hair will be left feeling soft and smooth with natural movement.

    Celebrity Stylist Bryce Scarlett used Moroccanoil's newest addition on Margot Robbie's lob as she graced the red carpet with classic waves for the 75th Golden Globe Awards.

    Learn how to recreate the look here.

    Get the Look

      1.  Apply 1 pump of Moroccanoil Treatment Light to damp hair provide the perfect foundation for styling.
      2. Apply Moroccanoil Root Boost into the roots of the hair and blow-dry using a round brush to create lift. Finish the blow-dry with a deep side part.
      3. Section the hair into one inch sections and spray with Moroccanoil Perfect Defense before wrapping each section around a curling wand (try the Cloud Nine Waving Wand). Wrap mid-lengths around the wand, away from the face, hold for 3 seconds and release to create long, lean and uniform waves.
      4. Finish the look with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium by spraying hair and leaving to set for a few seconds. Brush through with a boar bristle brush to create a sleek and polished look.


    To stock Moroccanoil Perfect Defense in your salon, click here. 

    Photo Credit: 75th Golden Globe Awards

    Hair by Moroccanoil Celebrity Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett

    Photography: Neilson Barnard

  • Get The Look: David Jones SS18

    Straight from the David Jones Spring Summer runway at Adelaide Fashion Festival 2017, we show you how to achieve the ultimate runway  trend - easy and effortless hair. Get the look in just 7 simple steps with Evo hair.

    Get The Look.

    Get the look 1. Create a side part using a tail comb.
    Get The Look 1 2.  Spray hair with Evo Mister Fantastic Blow-Out Spray and blow-dry
    Get the look 2 3. Clip away the front section of hair as shown and tuck hair behind the ear. Spray Evo Builders Paradise Working Hairspray behind the ear to anchor the hair in it’s place.
    Get The Look 4 4. Release the top section and tuck hair away from the face using a long clip. Repeat steps 3 and 4 on the other side.
    Get the Look 5 5. Create loose bends in the back of the hair by gently wrapping sections of hair around a straightening iron, set at a low temperature.
    Get The Look 6 6. Spray the back section with Evo Shebang-a Bang Dry Spray Wax and comb through with Evo Roy Wide-Tooth Comb.
     Get The Look 7 7.  Spray the ends with Evo Love Touch Shine Spray
    for separation and shine. Remove clips and let the hair fall away from its set position.


    For more evo step-by-steps, click here.

  • Moroccanoil at the AJE Resort 17/18 Runway

    Effortless, Natural Hair presented by Moroccanoil at the AJE Resort 17/18 Runway.

    Quintessential Australian label Aje, launched their Resort 17/18 collection yesterday evening Monday 1st May at the Art Gallery of NSW. Titled, Awelye - the Anmatyerre tribal word for women's ceremonies, the collection will pay homage to the iconic indigenous artist Minnie Pwerle.

    Designers Edwina Robinson and Adrian Norris commented, ''We are delighted to be continuing our rela-tionship with Moroccanoil, and are excited to be partnering with them for our Resort 17/18 show. We feel that Moroccanoil perfectly captures the ease and elegance of the Aje girl, with a focus on natural beauty''.

    Michele McQuillan, Hair Director for Moroccanoil commented "The inspiration behind the Moroccanoil look for AJE Resort 17/18 is an effortlessly, cool girl. We've created a natural feel with an element of raw-ness that highlights the natural textures of each girl’s hair. Each look uses a base of Moroccanoil core products to enhance the already existing natural wave, creating an individualism to each girl"

    Recreate the Look:

    Products and Tools

    Moroccanoil Original Treatment Oil
    Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray
    Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo
    Moroccanoil Moulding Cream
    Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray
    2 x curling tongs: 20mm and 25mm sizes

    1. On dry hair, begin by prepping the hair with the Moroccanoil Original Treatment Oil to create the perfect foundation for styling. Evenly apply 1-2 pumps on clean hair, from mid-lengths to ends.

    2. Proceeding with dry hair, spray the Moroccanoil Texture Spray evenly throughout the hair to create a texturized hold. Section the hair in two, the lower section from the occipital bone to the nape. Clip the top section away. Working with the lower section, separate the hair into two parts and braid from the roots to the mid lengths, leaving the ends out. The Moroccanoil Texture Spray is used as a prep spray to provide foundational grip needed for no-slip braids. It gives a texturized hold with a dry, gritty finish for an effortless, undone style.

    3. Continuing with the two braids, clamp each of them with a straightening iron and allow them to cool. Once cooled, take the hair out of the braids. This will create a wave in the hair that appears natural with movement and bounce.

    4. Let the rest of the hair down to where it naturally falls and make a slightly messy centre parting. Lightly spray the Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo at the roots to refresh the hair. Use the tongs to create a subtle bend throughout the hair, wrapping small sections in alternating directions, all throughout the top section.

    5. Lastly, gently emulsify Moroccanoil Moulding Cream with your fingers, and then grab pieces of hair to create a separation of ends for a lived-in look. Finish the look with Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine spray to enhance natural colour and shine.

    The finish: natural, wavy, textured hair with the help of Moroccanoil styling products.

  • Adelaide Fashion Festival Wrap-Up

    Adelaide Fashion Festival celebrated the unique style of South Australia's established and up-and-coming talent over October 19th - 23rd. Spanning 4-days, the festival brought together South Australia's most highly regarded and emerging talent in a world-class setting. From new season looks by local hair and makeup artists to sampling the state’s premier food, wine, photography and music, the festival offered a daring and dynamic program set among the city’s vibrant venues. With sell out crowds, and international guests like super model,  Coco Rocha, the Adelaide Fashion Festival further cemented it's presence on the international fashion circuit.

    evo hair alongside Atilo Dusa and the Clip Joint Creative Team were once again fortunate enough to act as the official hair partner for the festival. From the spirited launch event at indigenous heritage site, Tandanya, through to the unforgettable finale from Paolo Sebastian, the hair team created unique hair looks for each and every runway across the event. Enjoy our AFF wrap-up here:

    Launch Night

    Wowing a 200-plus crowd, the exclusive Adelaide Fashion Festival opening-night event drew inspiration from South Australia’s Far North. Fashion was paired with indigenous art, breathtaking live music and an installation that showcased Adelaide designers involved in the festival over the coming days. The hair look maintained a feel of simplicity with a sleek and straight center-part created with evo's easy tiger and builders paradise.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair

    Runway One | BNKR

    The festival officially kicked off with two high-impact runways at the new home of runway, Victoria Square, on Thursday 20th October.  Fashion Editor of Vogue Australia, Philippa Moroney led the opening with Australian Fashion Labels brands. The modern show opened with Finder’s, Keepsake The Label, C/MEO Collective and The Fifth, all teamed with Jaggar footwear. Two unique looks were created by Atilio and the Clip Joint Creative Team using evo hair products; the undone plait and an effortless bun. Click here to get the look.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 1

    Runway 2 | Contemporary Women's Fashion

    Alongside Liza Emanuele, Namoi, Paige Rowe, Katya Komarova and Millicent Elizabeth, Atilio Dusa and the Clip Joint Creative Team brought classic and sophisticated styling to Adelaide Fashion Festival’s Contemporary Women’s runway. Atilio crafted a classic look, featuring super-sleek locks and a deep side part. Fashion festival favourites; evo mister fantastic blowout spray, builders paradise working hairspray and love touch shine spray provided structure and shine for a classic and strong aesthetic.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 2

    Runway 3 | New Classics

    Breaking through as the new guard of contemporary women’s fashion, the Adelaide Fashion Festival New Classics runway saw the likes of Acler, Naomi Murrell, Good Studios and The Daily Edited take to the runway. The minimalistic designs and hidden details were perfectly paired with the prominent shape and structure of a 70’s inspired afro. Clip Joint’s Atilio Dusa used a combination of evo builders paradise working hairspray and heat to create a lasting and structured look. The almost triangle shape of the hair balanced out the simplicity of the designers’ collections.

    “It’s a modern-take on the 70’s afro. We kept just enough movement through the top section to make the hair look effortless, yet structured” – Atilio Dusa

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 3

    Runway 4 | Couture Culture

    Elegant but edgy, this runway showcased the latest looks by local couture designers; Alexis George, Jaimie Sortino, Caleche, Greta Kate, Couture+Love+Madness, Eliza French, Liza Emanuele and Madame Zhou. Drama, romance and elegance; the runway reflected the history of couture with two opposing looks; black cropped wigs and spray painted white up-dos.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 4

    Runway 5 | Ready to Wear

    Leading fashion editor Philippa Moroney created a bold, dynamic runway that expressed each designer’s own aesthetic. South Australia’s urban style frontier included So It Goes The Label, Casper+Pearl,STONE, Lexi Clothing, Julie White, Autark, Tiff Manuell, Simmone Standing The Label, and d’nim: Artistic jeans collection by Chen Wen. The hair look was all about evo whip it good styling mousse and gangsta grip bonding resin. The perfect paring for a relaxed wet-look.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 5

    Runway 6 | Paolo Sebastian

    Adelaide couture label Paolo Sebastian  once again closed the 2016 Adelaide Fashion Festival in spectacular style with the international release of his Spring/Summer 2017 collection - Wildflowers. International supermodel Coco Rocha opened the show taking to the spectacular summer meadow themed runway.

    “To have Coco visit us at the atelier and walk in the show was an honour. I was absolutely speechless when I heard it might be happening,” designer Paul Vasileff said.

    Using only evo builders paradise working hairspray to perfect this look, Atilio Dusa created an effortlessly elegant style that encapsulated the free spirits of the hippie era; with a tiny plait laid over free flowing waves.

    Adelaide Fashion Festival evo Hair 6

    Immersed in the talent and creativity of this iconic South Australian event, the Clip Joint Creative and evo hair team made the perfect duo to lead the hair direction for AFF and while their is a sadness that the 2016 event is over, the team eagerly awaits AFF 2017.

    Click here for more behind the scenes action. 

  • Bazaar in Bloom with Moroccanoil

    On Thursday 13th October Michele McQuillan and Moroccanoil joined forces with Harper's BAZAAR  as they hosted their second BAZAAR in Bloom fundraising gala. Located at Justin Hemmes' private residence, The Hermitage, in Sydney's Vaucluse, guests enjoyed a couture runway show, highlighting 31 of Australia's most celebrated designers, each of whom created a bespoke gown for the event.

    Alongside Michele McQuillan, a talented team from the Haircare Australia salon network came together to create both the runway hair, and assist Michele with an 8-page Harpers Bazaar editorial  shoot (on shelves November). The experience provided stylists with the opportunity to work alongside Michele and gain a valuable insight into the world of runway and editorial styling. Moroccanoil education manager, Violet Sainsbury also had the privilege of styling Australian model, Steffanie Roberts' hair as she attended the event a guest of Moroccanoil.

    Bazaar in Bloom Moroccanoil 1

    Hair director, Michele McQuillan transformed hair into effortless, romantic buns with the help of the Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream, Moroccanoil Luminous Shine Hairspray and the soon to launch, Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray. With movement and texture, the hair floated down the runway, making the perfect canvas for each of designs on display.

    "The timeless elegance of all the dresses needed a continuity within the hair. This was inspired by Victorian women dressed for a summer garden party. By playing with the prudish shape we gave it a fresh sense of wild bohemia. The repressed Victorian bun was fractured into a romantic coquettish knot." - Michele McQuillan

    Bazaar in Bloom Moroccanoil 2

    Get The Look.

    1. Start by shampoo with the Moroccanoil Hydrating Shampoo. If the hair has some movement add a little Moroccanoil Curl Defining Cream to enhance the natural movement. Use your fingers to create a slightly messy center-parting and let the hair air dry/dry naturally.

    2. Once dry, if the hair is straight and needs a little more movement at the hairline -  spray with the Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray for grip and randomly tong in different directions to create a more natural irregular wave.

    3. Run your fingers through the hair to break up the curls. When you’re happy with the front, pull into a ponytail. Spray more Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray if you need to or if the hair is too silky.

    4.  Loosely twist ponytail into a flat messy bun. Leave random ends of the hair out so it’s not too neat and pin to secure the shape.

    5. Spray the bun with Moroccanoil Luminous Shine Hairspray Medium.  At the front hairline use your fingers to back brush and create softness, pulling pieces out or pinning bits back.

    Bazaar in Bloom Moroccanoil

    For more how-to content from Moroccanoil, click here. 

  • New York Fashion Week Recap

    New York Fashion Week set the scene for some of  best hair moments for Spring Summer 2017. From romantic waves to punky ponytails, the Moroccanoil team had us captivated. Here are some of our favourite moments.

    Monique Lhuillier | Bob Recine  

    No brushes required, this girly, top-of-the-ear ponytail has the right amount of punky texture to perfectly contrast the mature and serious design of Monique’s Spring Summer 2017 Collection.

    Top Tip: Mist ponytail with Moroccanoil Dry Texture Spray  (coming soon) and rough with fingers for added texture.

    New York Fashion Week Recap 1

    Marchesa | Antonio Corral Calero 

    Sleek and sophisticated with a touch of glamour, this romantic and edgy, off-the-face style beautifully contrasts the ethereal and feminine designs of Marchesa.

    New York Fashion Week Recap 4Cushnie Et Ochs | Antonio Corral Calero

    Cushnie Et Ochs SS17 collection is a modern take on 1980s Miami and Michelle Pfeiffer’s iconic character Elvira Hancock in Scarface.  To complement the sultry yet sophisticated designs, Antonio created a soft hairstyle exuding femininity.

    Top Tip: Cocktail Moroccanoil Original Treatment and Moroccanoil Heat Protection spray together and apply to damp hair for the perfect styling foundation.

    New York fashion Week Recap 2


    Vera Wang | Paul Hanlon 

    To contrast the dark and severe aesthetic of the collection, the hair look for Vera Wang focused on enhancing each model’s natural hair texture. Subtle waves and healthy shine gave off the ultimate cool, sophisticated vibe.

    Top Tip: Use Moroccanoil Blow-Dry Concentrate on the ends of dry hair for subtle separation.New York Fashion Week Recap 5

    Click here for more fashion week coverage. 

  • evo Hair for Libertine | NYFW

    evo Ambassador Kenna Kennor created the perfect pretty in punk look for Libertine's Spring 2017 ready to wear collection at New York Fashion Week.

    In order to produce a pliable, lived-in finish to the hair that oozed rebellion, Kennor used evo's award winning shebang-a-bang dry spray wax and haze styling powder. To further personify Libertine’s utilitarian look, Kennor used evo's clip-ity clap setting clips which stayed in the hair throughout the runway to exemplify a disinterested punk vibe. Keep scrolling to learn how to recreate the look yourself.

    "Punk is a feeling, not a look." – evo Ambassador Kenna Kennor

    evo hair step 1 1. Spray evo salty dog salt spray all over the hair with particular focus to the back of the hair. Part the hair in the centre.
    evo hair step 2 2. From the crown of the head, back comb 3 inches of the root area with evo truman tail comb.
    evo hair step 3 3. Sprinkle evo haze styling powder in the root, then drop the sections towards the back of the head.
    evo hair step 4 4. Secure a bobby pin at the side of the head to keep a narrow silhouette around the face.
    evo hair step 5 5. Push the hair towards the front hairline, giving it lift and texture. Secure in the front of the ear with evo clip-ity clap setting clips.
    evo hair 6 6. Spray evo shebang-a-bang dry spray wax on the roots of the centre part to give it a greasy effect. Finish with a spray all over to hold the hairs' unique imperfections.


    For more step-by-steps from evo hair, click here. 

  • Designer Feature | A moment with Aje

    Born in 2007, Aje is the result of best friends Adrian Norris and Edwina Robinson’s creative passion and determination to bring Australian women clothing that transcends traditional time barriers with its timeless sophistication and wearability.

    Synonymous to effortless glamour, tough femininity and dishevelled elegance Aje is the brand every girl wants hanging in her wardrobe.

    We caught up with one half of the famous designing duo, Edwina, to find out a little more about the brand that has such a big place in the heart of the Australian Fashion Industry.

    In only a few short years Aje has developed a cult-like following, which we were fortunate enough to experience first-hand at their Mercedes Benz Fashion Week Resort ’17 collection showcase, with hair direction from Lauren McCowan for Moroccanoil. Lauren fashioned fresh hair with movement and soft texture detailed out by applying Moroccanoil Treatment through the hair for separation. Recreate the look for yourself in a few simple steps, here.

    How long have you been in the industry?

    I have been working in the fashion industry in different guises for more than fifteen years and it never ceases to surprise me. It’s a very complex industry.

    What sparked your love of fashion?

    My grandmothers both had exceptional taste in clothes and from a very young age I remember being enamoured by the textures within their wardrobes. Fashion has always been an undercurrent, if not the directive in my life.

    What is your all-time favourite piece of clothing?

    I love pieces of clothing that tell a story - my favourite pieces are those that I have collected when travelling. Not necessarily the most expensive pieces in my wardrobe, rather often the opposite. I have this amazing calf skin leather wrap top with exaggerated 3/4 puff sleeves that my fiancé and I found in Les Puces in Paris. The day was a beautiful day so the memories are etched into this piece.

    What inspires you the most?

    Style is a means of individual self-expression, almost like a physical psychology of the soul. This constantly inspires me - the way you can tell so much about someone’s inner workings by the way they put themselves together on the outside.

    What can we expect to see from you as we move into summer?

    More of our signature contrast between tough and feminine and more dishevelled elegance. We have been inspired by land and sea for our SS16 collection entitled 'Terra a Mare' - both the physical landscape and the uniforms of naval and military officers.

    Guilty habit?

    A glass of wine at the end of the day.

    Worst fashion moment?

    I was definitely quite experimental with style in my school days. At the time I felt like I was a forward thinker, but in hindsight I think I was just in another realm altogether - one I’m glad to have moved out of!

    One thing you can’t live without?

    He knows who he is.

    Recreate the look from the Aje Resort 2017 Collection showcased at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week 2016. Get The Look here.

  • Recreate Amber Heard's Messy Pomp with Neuma

    Love Amber Heard's hair from The Golden Globe Awards? We do! Neuma designer, Jin Bang, walks you through getting Amber's look with a little help from Neuma.

    "If you know the hair you're working with, there is the perfect Neuma product to help you achieve your end result" -Jin Bang
    1. Know what kind of hair you are working with. Amber Heard has medium texture with a little frizz and wave which makes the perfect texture for this updo.
    2. On wet hair, use neuStyling mousse on roots only, around front hairline and top/round of the head. Then use neuVolume blow out mist from mid shaft to ends. Combine neuStyling smoothing cream with four drops of neuRepair argan oil, apply cocktail mixture for moisture and hair density expansion on ends as well. Then blow dry hair.
    3. Using a 1 inch to 1.5 inch Marcel curing iron, spray neuControl medium spray from roots to ends. Then curl hair. Set with flat pins using classing perm sections.
    4. Once hair is all pinned up, let hair sit in pin curl set until hair cools off.
    5. Using the art of a 'visual tease', start at hair line and tease with strong volume. As you work back to the top of the hair line at the bottom, use less volume.
    6. Use a hair tie or rubber band, section off the back of hair and make a loose bun leaving ends of hair frazzled and out for a soft, loose effect. Connect all parts of the hair, starting with mid to low areas near front of hair line, connecting front hair line last. Use French pins only, not english pins, so connections are soft and natural.
    7. After hair is in place, spray neuControl hairspray (non-aerosole) or neuControl firm. Finish with neuSmooth illuminating mist for shine.

    Stock Neuma in Your Salon

    Neuma is distributed in Australia exclusively by Haircare Australia. To find out more about stocking Neuma in your salon, call us on 1300 437 436 or fill out our contact form.

  • Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair | What You Need to Know

    Moroccanoil's Creative Director, Antonio Corral Calero ventured from Barcelona to Bondi during March to launch the new Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo. Set in the idyllic Bondi Icebergs  dinning room, Antonio gave beauty media the low-down on everything they needed know about this new beauty-cabinet-staple, paying particular attention to why it's such a perfect dry shampoo for dark hair.

    Starting out with the brand when it came to fruition as the first argan oil on the market, Antonio is  well versed in all things Moroccanoil and is globally recognised for his work with the brand and the international runway circuit. We were lucky enough to spend a few minutes with him to get his top tips for using the new Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo.

    Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair

    How do you recommend people with dark hair use dry shampoo?

    The Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo is available in both dark and light tones so those with dark hair no longer have to worry about that white chalky residue that traditional dry shampoos leave behind. The ultra-fine rice starches in the Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo break down and dissipate immediately leaving hair shiny and clean. To get the best results, simply shake the bottle well, section the hair and apply to the root area. Use a paddle brush and brush the hair from root to tip to help create lift in the hair.

    After a trip to the gym or beach, my hair is in a less than desirable state. Can dry shampoo reverse sweaty and salty locks?

    Yes! The Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo is excellent at absorbing salt, humidity and sweat. A quick spritz and brush from root to tip will help bring the hair back to it's natural state. Dry shampoo won't replace washing your hair, but it will allow you to get some extra days out of a wash.

    Static is a common issue for most people,  can dry shampoo be used to control it as we head into the cooler months?

    Dry shampoo is great at controlling static, simply spray it on to a paddle brush or directly on the hair and brush from root to tip so the product is evenly distributed and there you have it, static-free-hair.

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    I often overload my hair with product before an event, is it possible to reserve this without having to re-wash? 

    Using too much product is an issue that is easily reversed with Moroccanoil's Dry Shampoo. If you think about when you drop your phone in water, you use rice to extract the moisture, the same principle applies with your hair. The Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo contains rice starch which helps to absorb excess moisture bought about by too much product. Simply spray on the affected areas and brush from root to tip to restore the moisture balance.

    Can Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo be used on all hair types?

    This dry shampoo will not  weigh hair down and is suited to each and every hair type. For those with fine hair, I recommend spraying the Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo through freshly washed hair to help create the illusion of fullness. It's amazing for dark haired people too, as it instils shine and lustre into the hair. It's the perfect product for creating effortless hair with just the right amount of volume.

    Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo for Dark Hair 2

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  • Recreate Beyonce's Bob with Neuma

    Love Beyonce's hair from The Golden Globe Awards? We do! Neuma designer, Anthony Chiocchi, walks you through getting Beyonce's look with a little help from Neuma.

    "Neuma is so amazing with multi-textured hair 'cause you can never over use the product!" -Anthony Chiocchi
    1. Using a box bob cutting technique, shampoo hair with neuMoisture shampoo and condition with neuSmooth leave-on condition.
    2. Apply neuStyle firm hold gel to roots.
    3. Mix neuStyling texturizer and neuStyling gelée together, then apply cocktail mix from mid-shaft to ends.
    4. Pin top of hair down flat to head then gently blow dry remainder of hair using a diffuser
    5. When dried completely, finger through neuVolume surf lotion. Set curls in place and stretch out every other section to give a multi-textural look.

    Stock Neuma in Your Salon

    Neuma is distributed in Australia exclusively by Haircare Australia. To find out more about stocking Neuma in your salon, call us on 1300 437 436 or fill out our contact form.

  • Moroccanoil Launches the Dry Shampoo of Our Dreams

    For many of us, the wait for a Dry Shampoo that caters to both blondes and brunettes has been a  long one and with the introduction of the Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo, the wait is finally over. The new powerful, innovative formula from Moroccanoil is designed to instantly absorb oil and product build-up without leaving behind any visible powder or residue.

    Featuring natural volumising and deodorizing agents, as well as a UV filter and a hint of Moroccanoil's signature fragrance, the Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo delivers a clean, fresh, just-left-the-salon finish with every use. Specifically developed to address different tonality needs, the dry shampoo features two colour-specific formulas: one to preserve the integrity of light and blonde tones and one to maintain the richness and dimension of darker hues.

    Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Light

    To bring out the best in light tones, Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Light features subtle violet undertones to help balance brassiness.

    Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Dark

    On darker hair, traditional dry shampoos leave behind a white residue that diminishes natural shine; however, Moroccanoil Dry Shampoo Dark Tones is formulated with ultra-fine rice starches that break down and dissipate immediately upon application.

    It's not just the tones that make this Dry Shampoo stand out from the crowd, this revolutionary product truly ticks all of the boxes.

    Click here to become a stockist.

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