Editor’s Choice – Haircare Products

Each week I’m going to try to feature the best four beauty products that have landed on my desk. This week we are featuring haircare. Please let us know what you think of these ranges if you have tried them out before.

Oway:

We love that this product is organic, vegan, cruelty-free and made from amber glass. It has a lovely citrus scent and leaves your hair feeling soft, clean and healthy, this range gives us all the feels knowing it’s good for the environment too. This product is great for everyday use and we love the essential oils in the range. We reviewed the frequent use range. This range makes your hair feel clean and lightweight after using it and who doesn’t want to smell like a little citrus fruit? We do.

We rate this product a 4/5 for everyday use.

This product retails for about R355 a bottle and can be purchased at any Sorbet Dry Bar.

Davines:

We tried the Davines Renewing Shampoo. This is another cruelty-free, environmentally friendly range. We love the simple packaging this product comes in, which is also amber glass funny enough.  This range has a simple, clean scent, thick consistency and your hair feels soft and manageable after using it. The shampoo and conditioner do not lather when you use them, but your hair certainly feels like it had a treatment after use.

We rate this product a 4/5 for everyday use.

This range retails for about R350 a bottle and can be bought at any Carlton salon.

Label.M:

We tried the brightening blonde range and we enjoyed it for everyday use, it has a great look, consistency, and scent. Label.m has also been London Fashion Weeks Sponsors for over a decade now. Our hair felt clean and soft afterward. We enjoyed the ingredients in the range such as lemon, white pineapple and Mamaki Tea which help make the hair appear lighter. Our hair felt soft and moisturised afterward and styling was a little easier than usual.

We rate this product a 3/5 for everyday use.

This product retails for about R260 and can be purchased at any Sorbet Dry Bar.

Moroccan Oil:

This brand has just launched a colour complete range. This range has been designed to lock in the colour, so it doesn’t fade. This collection takes a 360-degree approach to colour care, combatting all sources of colour degradation with an easy-to-follow regimen. It begins in the salon with the ChromaTech in-salon service, a two-pronged attack; ChromaTech PRIME, infused with ArganID™ is applied before hair colour application to increase colour deposit, and ChromaTech POST for after, which uses COLORLINK™ technology to help rebuild crosslinks in the damaged hair structure and traps the colour within. Plus, it forms a protective shield to help prevent hair colour washout. Then it’s time for you to take the reins with a 3-step at-home routine to prolong your hair colour, including a shampoo, conditioner and daily spray.

We rate this product a 5/5 for every-day use.

This range retails for about R350 or the travel size set, and can be bought at most salons, including Revive Wellness Spa in Highlands, which was a recent host of one of our Beauty Warriors events.