Moroccanoil: Inspired by Women

With the launch of Moroccanoil’s new Inspired campaign, it was the perfect time to reflect on my own inspiration..

What do we have here?

Moroccanoil Treatment 25ml
Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream
Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray
Moroccanoil Root Boost Spray

I have been a huge fan of the Moroccanoil Treatment for the last two years. I do not dry my hair without first adding this to the ends, as without it, my hair just feels so dry and limp. It really helps to immediately nourish and protect and I havent found a product like it yet. Plus these little bottles are amazing for taking travelling, and I packed one of these in my case every time I went on a recent American adventure. After adding the oil, I usually always add a styling cream, rubbing it between my hands and then over the lengths of the hair. The Hydrating Styling Cream is great for this as it also adds shine and reduces frizz, whilst nourishing the hair with the oils it contains. For even more volume, just spray the root boost into your damp hair at the roots. I would flip your hair over and spray the back of your hair, before throwing your hair back, and spraying this into four different sections of your roots, from the sides to where your hair will naturally part. Be sure to then dry your hair upside down to add even more lift,  or use a brush and hair dryer to blow dry your hair from root to tip for volumised hair. If you’re after finishing sprays though, the luminous hairsprays smells absolutely gorgeous, in fact the best smelling hairspray Ive tried. With the signature smells you come to know from Moroccanoil, that fresh yet rich argon-oil scent, this helps to add just enough hold to the hair without weighing it down. And this handy 75ml size is amazing for nights out to throw in your clutch!
Now we have the product loving out of the way, I wanted to introduce the Moroccanoil Inspired Series. Moroccanoil is celebrating and empowering women all over the world, launching a new campaign with the beautiful Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, focused on the women that inspire us and how we too could live an inspired and beautiful life. The series of short films introduces six extraordinary women, including Rosie, who reflect upon their unique personal journeys and what they have overcome in order to change the lives of others.  Moroccanoil ask the question, who inspires you?
Whenever I think about inspirational women, I’m immediately drawn to think about the way in which I have been raised personally, and how inspired I am by my mum. Nothing was ever too much trouble, we were showered in love and affection and I was taught to become a loving, helpful and sensitive person in a wonderful household. Although we went through some difficult times for a few years, she was always my rock, offering a smile even though inside she must have been bursting with tears. The times when I was struggling with my own issues, she sat with me for hours trying to work out how we could overcome any anxieties. And when I was heartbroken a number of times over broken relationships, she would turn up with an inspirational quote on a magnet or a keyring that would remind me how much there was to be happy about and how excited I should be for the future. I only hope that I can raise my children in the way she looked after me and my brother. She truly is my biggest inspiration.
Have a watch of some of the inspirational stories from the ladies in the Inspired series and ask yourself who inspires you?

Thankyou to Moroccanoil for the inspiration and working with me on this post. #InspiredbyWomen

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