IF YOU BUY ONLY ONE THING THIS MONTH…
You know how exfoliating your face helps remove product build-up and dry skin, leaving your face softer and instantly more glowing? Now apply that to your hair with Redken’s new Diamond Oil Gloss Dry Gloss Scrub, £17 (below). Same deal.
Two of the world’s most expensive foods go into Show Beauty’s Riche Leave-In Conditioner, £35 (below), and it turns out they’re as amazing for your hair as they are bad for your wallet. Caviar
and white truffle are packed with amino acids and proteins to strengthen
and hydrate. We’re impressed – and hungry.
Dipping into bold colours has never been easier, or better for your hair, with Clairol Color Crave Semi Permanent Hair Colour, £7.99 (below). These new formulas set the bar high, with impressive
colour pay-off and innovative ingredients.
Basically, anything Oribe creates is going
to make your life easier and your hair infinitely better. This is proved furthermore
by Straight Away Smoothing Blow Out Cream, £44 (above), a heat-protecting, cuticle-smoothing, core-strengthening, spilt-end-sealing, frizz-controlling genius cream of the gods that you will wonder how you lived without. Too far?
We think not.
We slap antioxidant serums on our faces to
fight off free-radical aggressors caused by pollution (if you don’t already, start), but our
hair? Pah, it’s been subjected to heat styling for years – it’s hardcore. But actually, it’s not. And
pollution makes it dull and lacklustre. Undo the damage with Charles Worthington Radiance Restore Charcoal Shampoo, £6.99 (above), with detoxifying