TEX­TURE TIP- OFF

WE BREAK DOWN THE DIF­FER­ENT TYPES OF TEX­TURE SHAM­POOS COME IN AND WHAT THEY’RE GOOD FOR.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - HAIR CLIPS -

CREAM The most com­monly used, usu­ally its main in­gre­di­ent is wa­ter. Should you go for phar­macy or salon brands? Most hair ex­perts will tell you that ei­ther is fine so long as it’s suit­able for your hair. GEL A slightly thicker con­sis­tency, gel sham­poos are usu­ally colour­less and used for dry and sen­si­tive scalp. It doesn’t con­tain gly­col dis­tearate (this gives cream sham­poo its opaque look), an in­gre­di­ent that skin­care de­vel­oper An­neMarie Gianni says isn’t nec­es­sary as this won’t af­fect its ef­fi­cacy. DRY Usu­ally in pow­der or spray form, mas­sage all over to ab­sorb ex­cess oil and brush out to re­move residue. No wa­ter is needed so it’s per­fect when you don’t have time to sham­poo or if you’re con­cerned about over-wash­ing. It’s also great for keep­ing vol­ume in fine hair.

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