NOUR­ISHED HAIR AND BEAU­TI­FUL COLOUR

Your hair loves the shine that it gets from colour­ing; it also loves the con­di­tion­ing ef­fects of oiling, so why not give it both

Hindustan Times (Gurugram) - City - - LIFESTYLE -

The days of bat­tling with the dichotomy of choos­ing be­tween oiling your hair for that ex­tra con­di­tion­ing or colour­ing them for that lovely shine are over. The an­swer is out there, it’s Garnier Color Nat­u­rals’ eclec­tic fab­u­lous range of hair colours that prom­ises to give you a crème for­mula drip­ping with the nour­ish­ing prop­er­ties of triple oils - av­o­cado, al­mond and olive. In­dian women of­ten fight the guilt of get­ting their hair coloured, due to oft heard sto­ries about hair colour be­ing the culprit be­hind dull & brit­tle hair. But the fact is, it is the main­te­nance of the hair and not colour­ing that dic­tates their quality and feel.

Tra­di­tional hair colour­ing in­gre­di­ents which in­clude nat­u­ral plant al­ter­nates tend to rip the scalp’s mois­ture, leav­ing it parched, itchy & flaky. Need­less to say that a poor scalp will never yield a good head of hair. Al­mond, Av­o­cado & Olive oil are three in­gre­di­ents whose well known virtues of nour­ish­ment, con­di­tion­ing and mois­tur­is­ing come to­gether in Garnier’s rich palette of hair colours.

If you are the one will­ing to ex­per­i­ment with hair colour for the first time, then this fes­tive sea­son and a box of Garnier Color Nat­u­rals hair colour will be a great start. Want to know why? Check out the boxes on the right.

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