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Moroccan Oil has launched new Color Depositing Masks – dual-benefit masks that give a beautiful, temporary colour to the hair, plus all the nourishing benefits of a deep conditioning treatment. Colour Depositing Masks come in 7 shades—ranging from the tropical pink Hibiscus to the rich, velvety Cocoa—there’s something for just about everyone. The shades comprise of fun fashion shades (like Aquamarine, Hibiscus, Rose Gold, and Platinum), or to enhance existing colour with, say, golden-hued Champagne or crimson-brown Bordeaux, or apply as needed to maintain the salon colour between visits.

Moroccan Oil Color Depositing Masks review

Colour Depositing Masks add temporary colour that’s designed to gradually fade out over time. The longevity of the colour depends on several factors—including the starting hair shade, how often hair is washed, and the hair’s porosity. (if you frequently heat-style or colour your hair, it’s probably on the porous side.) Hibiscus and Aquamarine are the most vibrant colours and may last longer than other shades.

Moroccan Oil Color Depositing Masks review

Generally speaking, people with lighter or more porous hair will experience a brighter and longer-lasting result. That means that if you have dirty blonde hair that you’ve never coloured, your best friend is a platinum blonde, and you both try Hibiscus, her hair will likely be to be a lot pinker for a lot longer than yours will be. Also, the longer the mask is left in the hair, the more intense your results will be. The masks are intensely nourishing treatments and do not contain ammonia, peroxide, or bleach. They also contain a star-studded roster of ingredients, including the brand’s exclusive ArganID™ technology, which infuses argan oil deep into the hair’s cortex and helps seal the cuticle. They also feature an amino acid blend to nourish, detangle, and boost shine, plus Apricot Kernel Oil to help soften hair and improve hydration with oleic acid, linoleic acid, and Vitamin E.

Moroccan Oil Color Depositing Masks review

The 7 shades in which this new Color Depositing Mask is available are:

Aquamarine is a cool blue tone for use on light blonde to medium blonde hair.

Hibiscus is a brilliant, floral pink tone for use on light blonde to medium blonde hair.

Champagne is a warm, golden blonde for use on light blonde to medium blonde hair.

Platinum is a cool, icy blonde for use on light blonde to medium blonde hair.

Rose Gold is a soft pink with warm, golden undertones for use on light blonde to medium blonde hair.

Bordeaux is a deep crimson brown for use on light to dark brown hair.

Cocoa is a rich medium brown for use on light to dark brown hair.

Do you color your hair or have you tried any temporary hair color? Overall, amazing new launch from the brand. Moroccanoil products are available at Sephora Canada and Morroccanoil official website here.

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I saw these products in many local salons and also, it was hyped a lot in magazines. So, i did some research and ordered this product from their website, i heard the same products are sold costly in the salons. I looked at their hair products range and shortlisted few. I was looking something for my hair that will work during the winters and something to leave-in my hair to reduce frizz and dry flying hair. So here i am with the review of the 3 products i have tried so far.


Moroccan Oil Treatment Original: Moroccan Oil Website says “Moroccanoil® Treatment’s versatile, nourishing and residue-free formula can be used as a conditioning, styling and finishing tool. It blends perfectly with other products and even speeds up drying time. This treatment for hair completely transforms and repairs as its formula transports lost proteins for strength; fatty acids, omega-3 oils and vitamins for shine; and antioxidants for protection. It absorbs instantly to fill gaps in hair created by heat, styling and environmental damage.

I bought the home and travel duo both times i bought this as their was not much price difference between them and the small little bottle seemed like a good way to solve the travel packaging hassle. I really liked the packing of this product, nice glass bottles with easy to use pump. I have been using this oil since last 4 months and just seems to work perfectly fine on my frizzy hair. After i  wash my hair, i take two pumps of this oil on my hand palms, then i rub it a little between my palms and apply carefully on my damp hair, avoiding the scalp. I let my hair dry naturally. I noticed my hair take less time to dry after i apply this oil.


During the first 2-3 uses, it didn’t make much difference, and then it appeared to me like it has started to suit my hair. My hair looked healthy and fine with no or less frizz. I am currently on my second bottle and also looking for some other option that will work as a leave-in conditioner as i have read a few things lately about this oil. But i will still do my research and continue to finish off with my second bottle.


Moroccan Oil Hydrating Shampoo and Conditioner:  Moroccan Oil says about this duo “Moroccanoil Hydrating Formula is a gentle cleansing, moisturizing formula that infuses dehydrated hair with antioxidant argan oil and replenishing nutrients. Rich in Vitamin A and Red Algae to combat free radicals, retain moisture and slow the effects of hair aging. Hair is left healthy, with increased manageability and shine. • Color safe • Sulfate, phosphate, paraben free • Nutrient-rich


I ordered this shampoo and conditioner duo with the Moroccan oil treatment. To be true, i never used this product regularly except for the first few times and then with other hair products i was using earlier. It was okay for my hair, like neither it did something good nor bad but i was really not really impressed with this.


First of all, the shampoo and conditioner bottle didn’t looked really nice to me. The duo smelled faintly of argan oil. I was expecting this product to hydrate my scalp as well as hair but i didnt noticed any difference while using this duo. I am still at my first bottles of this product and do not plan to buy it in near future.