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Save Versus Splurge: These Argan Oil Shampoos Will Get You Through Dry Hair Season

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Look, I am just going to put it out there. My hair has a mind of its own that I have no control over. I try to tame flyaways but they will continue to awkwardly stick out. My ends are dry like the Sahara. Oh, I mask. But see, my ends don’t seem to care. Let’s just say, my hair game isn’t the strongest. So when I get a chance to try new shampoos that promise to really nourish my hair, I buy into that claim pretty easy. And if it has the goodness of oil, ooh, that’s just what I need. But then, I think I need everything. Nevertheless, one of the things that’s actually worked for my hair, much to my surprise and despite my apprehensions, is argan oil.

Now here’s an oil that isn’t an upstart that’s just arrived on the scene. It’s been around for a while, has consistently delivered results and delivered a performance that people are starting to believe in. And the shampoos we talk about in the article really harness the good benefits of argan oil and use it make your hair look like it’s being looked after. Read up to know your options, whether you decide to save or splurge, these are worth it.

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OGX Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo (Rs 725)

This shampoo pours much-needed hydration into your hair. It smells intoxicating, smoothens out even the most stubborn dry hair and kicks into action after the first wash. It will even work on the frizz, calming it down and it does it without the onslaught of parabens and sulfates. In fact, some users claim they don’t need to use a conditioner after this, but we wouldn’t recommend that.

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Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo (Rs 1530)

Moroccanoil is not an actual oil. It is argan oil. Just saying, in case you were confused like I was. This is a product that’s the hero for all dry-haired beauties. This one will drench your hair but in a good way. The scalp feels less greasy, the hair looks cleaner, and it works on coloured hair too. This is also free of sulfates and parabens and it’s a great investment if your hair won’t behave. Give your hair the care it is craving.

Which one of these would you try? Let us know in the comments below.


Mansi Shah is the resident humour writer and random conversation starter. Tends to laugh manically at puns. Deeply enjoys the blunt force of sarcasm. Preys on chauvinists and people with incorrect grammar. Hoards makeup and beauty products. Attacks Nutella with vigour.

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