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This Morocco Method review has been a VERY long time coming.
I truly enjoyed trying their products, which they sent to me months ago to review (full disclosure: I got free products, but made no promises to review them if I didn’t care for them; and I’m not being compensated in any way other than the product they sent me), but I felt that, in order to post a review, I would need to take a picture of my hair. And that would have required me to remove my magic brain thinking cap and, ya know, brush it out.
And for the last 3 months, that was surely not gonna happen. I was hibernating, working on finishing my book (which I STILL haven’t OFFICIALLY announced because Amazon is being slow, but please stay tuned or sign up to get the announcement when it goes out via Email Monday.)
Plus, the one time I DID succeed in taking a picture of my brushed-out hair, I only managed to get half my face in it. Sorry tweens, I’m no selfie expert. The other alternative was one wherein you could see my whole head, as well as my dog taking a deuce in the background. True story.
What I’m saying is…this is the good picture. Morrocco Method kept my hair soft and shiny. I often forced my husband to run his fingers through it. Which he SHOULD be doing 1000% of the time anyway. AMIRIGHT?
Some folks may know that I have been a No ‘Poo devotee for years. I still am (I talk about it in the Purely Primal Skincare Guide, and you can read about it here and here) but what’s cool about Morrocco Method is that it doesn’t make you all dependent. It still allows some flexibility, and I appreciate that.
My aim is always soft, non-staticky, non-broken hair. The individual strands of my hair are fairly fine, and obviously my hair is very long, so I’m always mindful of breakage. In my product-heavy, conventional-shampoo days, I felt like I always had Doc Brown hair – frizzy and broken, unless shellacked with pomade or AquaNet. No Poo changed this a lot. And Morrocco Method kept my hair smooth, strong, and nourished, and seemed to even combat the light flakes that sometimes show up for a few weeks when the seasons change. It’s been who-knows-how-long since I had a haircut, and no split ends in sight.
This stuff is legit! It’s gluten-free, vegan (no animal testing), and full of natural goodness like aloe, seaweed, apple cider vinegar and their mineral blend (which I talk about in the video). Their website is a wealth of how-tos and every product has a viewable ingredients list. (And there are many more products besides shampoo and conditioner.)
Imprortant: Morrocco Method does not “suds up.” It’s a no-lather cleanser and conditioner that you DILUTE with water. (If you don’t, it won’t last long!) I added about 2 Tbs. of MM to a small mason jar, filled with water, shook and poured over my head, massaged it in and rinsed.
I know you all need to ACTUALLY see my hair to truly get anything out of this Morrocco Method Review, so I decided to record my FIRST (ermagershermagersh) video. I call it a Video Log. I refuse to call it a Vlog, because that makes me feel like a Bulgarian Dracula impersonator.
So here it is. Enjoy! (The dog makes an appearance in the video, too.)
If you can’t see the video, click here to watch it directly from YouTube.
If you enjoy this video, please leave me a comment so I know whether to keep churnin’ em out…or to shut down production!
Thanks for reading (and watching!)
Liz Wolfe, NTP