Moroccanoil is the magic hair product in demand at London Fashion Week
Wow! London Fashion Week has been hectic to say the least. I was delighted to film for Sloaney TV at the Kristian Aadnevik Show that took place in Royal Horseguards on Sunday evening. The makeup used for the show was Frontcover Cosmetics and the models were showcasing some striking beauty and fashion looks for Spring/Summer 2014.
I spent most of the evening backstage gathering some exclusive footage and interviews for you. From top hair stylists to fashion designers, we spoke to some of the biggest names working behind-the-scenes at Fashion Week. All will be revealed in our film for Sloaney TV but, while that is in the editing suite, I thought I would share with you some top hair tips from Moroccanoil.
This is a hair range that the models were fighting over at this show and I was also lucky enough to try some of the products when I arrived home later that evening. The Shampoo and Conditioner is designed especially to help with dry and damaged hair.
After endless Brazilian Blow dry treatments, I am the first to admit that my hair has suffered from over styling. To be frank, it is in terrible condition; weak and brittle. Moroccanoil is a product I have been dying to try for a while and it really does work wonders. After one wash I have felt a big difference and my hair feels much more silky and soft. It also has a refreshing shine, which even took me by surprise when I looked in the mirror!
There are a number of options that you can choose from and each one is designed to help with a specific look. For example, if you are hoping to achieve more volume, I recommend trying the extra volume version of the shampoo and conditioner. If you have damaged hair, the hydrating products will be more worthwhile.
I also absolutely love the Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray. This was used by top Hair Stylist Errol Douglas on the models before they took to the catwalk. It left an amazing shimmer on the hair and also helps prevent frizz.