Fashion (Canada) - - The Draw Sustainability Reboot - —Veron­ica Saroli

Be­hold, less fumy op­tions than a sa­lon colour sesh. French colour mas­ter Christophe Robin’s Tem­po­rary Color Gel cov­ers greys and is made from 92 to 98 per cent nat­u­ral-ori­gin in­gre­di­ents and syn­thetic pig­ments to coat strands with­out al­ter­ing hair’s struc­ture. “You can stop when­ever you want with­out hav­ing roots since the gel fades in five to seven sham­poos,” says Robin. Mean­while, the sham­poos and con­di­tion­ers in the Davines Al­chemic Col­lec­tion, which are made with 97 per cent biodegrad­able in­gre­di­ents, nourish hair and blan­ket it in pig­ment for up­keep be­tween sa­lon vis­its. For some­thing more per­ma­nent, Her­batint of­fers 30 shades con­tain­ing eight or­ganic in­gre­di­ents to am­plify tones. Both brands are cer­ti­fied B Cor­po­ra­tions, which means they in­cor­po­rate so­cial and en­vi­ron­men­tal bet­ter­ment into their busi­ness plans, so you can toss your freshly tinted hair over your shoul­der with vim be­cause your pur­chase made a dif­fer­ence.


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