HAIR The lat­est crop of cleans­ing and styling prod­ucts suit all hair types and needs, so you can wash and wear to­gether

The Sunday Telegraph (Sydney) - Body and Soul - - B+S | BEAUTY -

eauty brands are in­creas­ingly mov­ing away from ‘his and hers’ prod­ucts to blur gen­der lines. So it makes sense that ‘uni­sex beauty’ is the lat­est trend cre­at­ing a stir at cos­metic coun­ters the world over. You only have to look at the gen­der­less ad cam­paigns and store shelves For­mu­lated with nat­u­ral good­ies like Kakadu plum, manuka honey and desert lime, these great-smelling prod­ucts re­pair hair while they style. TRY:

This weight­less, vo­lu­mis­ing mist gives your locks beachy, un­done tex­ture what­ever their length. lined with re­fined pack­ag­ing to see how brands are al­ready adapt­ing to con­sumer de­mands.

With prod­ucts spe­cially for­mu­lated for both men and women, there’s some­thing in ev­ery cat­e­gory to suit every­one’s needs. Plus, they let you halve your beauty bud­get and de­clut­ter the bath­room cab­i­net.

Here are some of the brands do­ing uni­sex best. This gen­der-neu­tral range of Aus­tralian hair­care and styling prod­ucts fea­tures home­grown botan­i­cals and es­sen­tial oils. TRY:

Gently cleanses hair of prod­uct build-up, while jas­mine and man­darin oils soften stressed-out strands.

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