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Happy Hair

We all know the 3 golden rules when it comes to skincare, cleanse, tone and moisturise, and now the haircare game is getting in on the sophisticated multi-step routine with steps you won't want to skip if you want shiny, healthy tresses.

We use scrubs on our faces to gently exfoliate our skin, to remove all impurities, and now we can do the same to our hair. With Goop's G.Tox Himalayan Salt Scalp Scrub shampoo you can wash your hair while cleansing your scalp of product build-up thanks to the Himalayan pink salt granules that help to gently exfoliate your hair.

Just like your face, your hair needs TLC to maintain its youthfulness and a serum is no longer reserved only for your skin. French hairdresser David Lucas has just launched his Respect range of haircare products, which includes Le Serum, a dry oil that was created to nourish the hair while adding shine without leaving it looking greasy.

Like a moisturiser for your skin, Aveda's Nutriplenish leave-in conditioner works to moisturise your hair. The vegan formula not only detangles your hair after washing it, but it also protects it from thermal styling, and with its UV filter it shields your hair from the effects of the sun. One of the best leave-in conditioners on the market, a simple spray of it to the ends of your hair while damp will leave it feeling very soft when dry, and if your hair tends to frizz the mist will also reduce any frizziness.


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