TLC for your Tresses

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The win­ter can cause havoc on our tresses with the cold forc­ing us to turn up the heat and in turn dry­ing out our hair, so as we slowly make our way to spring and the warmer months, it’s time to tend to our hair and give it much-needed TLC and help it get thicker and more lus­cious. 1

Aveda, our favourite hair care brand that of­fers nat­u­ral prod­ucts, re­cently launched its In­vati Ad­vanced line that prom­ises to re­duce hair loss by 53%. The range in­cludes a sham­poo, con­di­tioner and a scalp re­vi­taliser that helps to fur­ther pen­e­trate your hair and nour­ishes it to re­duce loss. With or­ganic gin­seng that in­vig­o­rates the scalp, the re­vi­taliser used along with the sham­poo and con­di­tioner prom­ises to leave you with thicker hair. Aveda Mon­te­cino Sa­lon & Spa 7 rue du Lou­vre (1st), 01 40 26 18 07


Made in France, hair care brand Phy­todess works for your hair with their lat­est Den­si­phyl range work­ing to stop you from los­ing your beau­ti­ful mane. En­riched with cleome gy­nan­dra, an herba­ceous plant from Burk­ina Faso, the range, which in­cludes a for­ti­fy­ing sham­poo, a for­ti­fy­ing anti-hair loss con­cen­trate and a sup­ple­ment, helps to strengthen your hair and re­duces thin­ning. Avail­able at Des­sange Paris Hair Sa­lon 39 ave Franklin De­lano Roo­sevelt (8th), 01 43 59 31 31


Hy­drat­ing and nour­ish­ing your hair is also very im­por­tant to keep it look­ing and feel­ing healthy. Tal­ented hair­dresser Marisol is known for her tal­ent of cut­ting dry hair, while the brand Casan­era is known for us­ing or­ganic in­gre­di­ents, and now the two names have come to­gether to cre­ate Oliu Sec­reta (The Se­cret Oil). Made with nat­u­ral and or­ganic co­conut nec­tar, propo­lis and pome­gran­ate, Marisol uses the oil dur­ing her in­tense hair treat­ments to nour­ish and hy­drate your tresses. Let­ting the oil work its nat­u­ral magic, the treat­ment is an hour long and leaves you with su­per soft hair. Marisol Hair Sa­lon 33ter rue des Tour­nelles (3rd), 01 44 61 18 34

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