2 Must-Have Products for Reviving End-of-Summer Hair

photos courtesy of brand(Moroccanoil hair hacks)

After a summer full of sun, warm temps and multiple trips to the salon for lightening services, your clients' hair may be in dire need of some TLC. For hair that needs a little extra love, look no further than Moroccanoil's latest product launches: the All in One Leave-in Conditioner and Volumizing Mist.

Highly requested by both the stylist and client alike, the All in One Leave-In Conditioner is a multitasking, lightweight spray for all hair types to instantly detangle and hydrate, leaving the hair soft and nourished. The Volumizing Mist is a light-as-air spray for fine to medium hair that provides up to 50 percent fuller hair with 72-hour results and no tacky after-feel. 

Here, Kevin Hughes, Moroccanoil Artistic Director, shares his go-to hair hacks for both of the brand's soon-to-be hero products. 


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Beyond being an incredible instant detangler, I love the All in One Leave-In Conditioner as a third- or fourth-day refresher. The product is especially great for curls. I recommend misting the Leave-In Conditioner throughout the hair and twirling any curls that may have gotten frizzy. Let the hair air dry or diffuse, and voila, curls will be moisturized and healthy looking for a few extra days.

For stylists: The Leave-In conditioner is priceless at the backbar as an instant detangler right after some teasy highlights.


What I love most about the new Volumizing Mist is that you can use it on most hair types. This product is buildable, too, so if you want a softer volume in your hair, I would suggest using 3-5 pumps throughout. For max volume, you might want to use 5-7 pumps throughout the hair. For best results, be sure to blow-dry the Volumizing Mist into the hair. When trying to achieve volume, either blow-dry hair upside down, or blow dry at the root in the opposite direction of which the hair lays.

Both products are available at moroccanoil.com