Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil Smells Like Vanilla Sugar
Did you watch this season of Fashion Star? The fashion design competition TV show’s finale was just a few days ago (don’t worry, I won’t tell you who won), and, as usual, it features products from the Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion line.
I got the opportunity to try something from the line: Suave’s Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil.
- It’s a super inexpensive drugstore hair care brand.
- The Suave Professionals line is usually pretty awesome. In fact, their Captivating Curls mousse got a very rare A+ review from me.
With that said, I had high hopes from the Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil.
Before I get into its performance, I want to tell you my favorite part: this stuff smells amazing. I’m serious. It smells like vanilla sugar. Like real vanilla. And warm brown sugar. But, sophisticated.
Is your mouth watering yet? Mine is.
Suave Professionals Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil: The Final Verdict
As for performance, I like it. When I first wash my hair, it can feel to light, flyaway and frizzy. The styling oil, featuring Moroccan argan oil, weighed it down just enough to make it look nicer than normal. It wasn’t a miracle product or anything, but it was certainly better than nothing.
Plus, it smells great!
For these reasons, I give Suave’s Moroccan Infusion Styling Oil a…
You can pick this up at drugstores, big box stores and Amazon for $6.99 suggested retail price.
Speaking of Fashion Star…
One of the mentors of the competition is the ever-beautiful Nicole Richie. She has her own fashion label called House of Harlow 1960, specializing in accessories. Her jewelry uses a lot of gold and fun borders.
What do you think of these White Sand Sunburst stud earrings from House of Harlow? I think they’re pretty and different, although I always prefer dangly earrings to studs. Still, the texture of the white in the sunburst is pretty awesome.
Would you wear them?