This shampoo will completely transform your blonde hair with just one use

This shampoo will completely transform your blonde hair with just one use


We can’t get over those before and after shots…

Blonde’s popularity isn’t going anywhere any time soon, but we’re sure you’ll agree that the maintenance can be tough; did you know that 40% of all salon appointments today are blonde-related services?

While many of us are well-versed in the benefits of the best purple shampoo for blonde hair, a brand new purple shampoo and conditioner has got everyone talking, due to the dramatic results you get after just one use.

And we’re sure you’ll agree that the changes below are pretty jaw-dropping…

The shampoo and conditioner in question? The new Blondage range from Redken, containing complex Triple Acid Protein tones and enriched with ultra-violet pigment – and a high street price tag to boot.

Both formulas work to strengthen the hair while depositing purple pigment to neutralise yellow tones and brighten the overall finish, leaving blonde looks looking seriously shiny and healthy.

You only need use them a couple of times a week, leaving on for 3-5 minutes each, to keep your blonde icy fresh and brassy tones at bay, whether you’re a full head of bright blonde or prefer a bronde, balayage look.

As the before and after shots prove, whatever your blonde, yellowness will be gone.

Seeing as breakage and brassiness are blondes’ two biggest hair concerns, we’re calling the influencer-approved duo every blonde girl’s must-have.

Redken Colour Extend Blondage Shampoo, £10.20, Conditioner £11.30, Lookfantastic

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Pretty amazing stuff, hey?

Better stock up quickly because with results like these, you know the both of them will be a sell out. Consider it a worthwhile investment in your hair.

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Why heat protection spray is so vital, plus the best of the best

Why heat protection spray is so vital, plus the best of the best


When it comes to hair care, it’s the most necessary step

heat protection spray

If you use any kind of heat styling on your hair – whether that’s a 10-minute speed blow dry after washing or an hour long session with your best straighteners – heat protection spray is a must.

Skipping heat protection is one of the biggest causes of dry hair, breakage and split ends, so without it you’re only encouraging an onslaught of problems.

‘We’re all very good at protecting our skin with sun creams and skincare products, but often less thoughtful about our hair; then we wonder why it’s dull and dry, never seems to grow longer or looks lifeless,’ says Maria Kovacs, TIGI European Session Director.

‘Obviously regular cutting keeps the ends of your hair in the best condition, but especially on shoulder length and longer hair, over-exposure to heat and UV can cause the hair to become brittle, lack-lustre and dry – and if the hair is coloured it can also cause colour fade.’

These days, the best heat protection sprays not only protect from direct heat, but also heat and UV light from sun exposure – heat protection for hair is essential when on holiday.

‘Heat protectors with UV added protection form a barrier to firstly, stop damage, and secondly, enable you to create smoother finishes with driers, straightening and curling irons,’ Maria adds.

‘Hair should be treated gently, so avoid too much sun exposure, don’t use a hot hairdryer too close to your scalp, and try not to use your heated appliances every day.

‘If you take these precautions and always use a protective product, your hair should look fabulous all the time!’

With this in mind, we’ve hand picked some of the best performing heat protection sprays that money can buy, from bargain to bank-breaking (but worth it).

Keep scrolling for your new hair heroes and remember: always use protection.

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So, what exactly is balayage and why do we love it so much?

So, what exactly is balayage and why do we love it so much?


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Balayage has been around for a while, but this timeless technique is creeping its way back into being one of the most popular hair colour requests in salons today. We’ve spoken to the experts to get some professional insight into the booming hair trend, balayage.

What is balayage?

Balayage is a French word meaning to sweep or to paint. ‘It’s a freehand hair colouring technique that gives a really blended natural look with no harsh or obvious regrowth lines,’ advises royal and celebrity hairdresser, Richard Ward.

Balayage allows for a sun-kissed natural looking hair colour, similar to what nature gives us as children, with softer, less noticeable re-growth. The principal idea being less is more when creating a natural, multi-tonal finish. The technique uses patches of light and shade to create multiple dimensions to the colour.

It’s a great method if you want to refresh your colour but don’t want to go for a bold colour overhaul.

Chrissy Teigan balayage

How is balayage applied?

Balayage is painted on the surface of the hair strand and not saturated through the section until the very tips. This ensures a smooth, blended stroke of colour. It can also be called a freehand technique because no foil or meche are used to create the highlights.

How long does it take to do balayage?

The depth of balayage can vary so much from a ‘few small highlights that will only take a matter of minutes to a full on, triple process look that can take up to 3 hours,’ says Josh Wood, founder of Josh Wood Atelier and Redken Global Colour Creative Director. Though it can take quite a long time to do a multi-tonal, layered balayage compared to regular colour the benefit of the application means you will be able to leave longer between your next colour appointment. If you want a few balayage babylights this may take as little as 45 minutes.

What sets it apart from traditional hair colouring?

Balayage is quite different to traditional highlights because no foil is used and the colour is painted on freehand. The finished result is ‘less uniform than typical highlights’ says Richard Ward. If you’ve ever been worried about having stripey colour after a visit to the hairdressers, balayage is a sure way to avoid that harsh contrast between colours – especially if you’re going blonder.

The colour created is totally bespoke to you and can even be placed in a way to compliment or distract attention away from certain features on the face.

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What’s making it so popular recently?

Ten years ago balayage wasn’t the colouring phenomenon it is today, it’s quite a specific method of colouring that hasn’t been widely taught in the UK until recently. Balayage ‘is especially popular with celebrities and is a classic look for the red carpet’ says Richard Ward. After spotting it on celebrities like Gisele, Chrissy Teigen and Jessica Alba, there has been a surge in interest for the technique as people are requesting the look.

Some celebrities who love balayage include Olivia Palermo, Jessica Biel, Jennifer Lopez, Kim Kardashian and Amber Heard.

Jessica Alba balayage

Does it require a lot of maintenance?

‘Typically balayage requires far less maintenance than traditional colour because it grows out beautifully and there are no strong regrowth lines,’ says Richard Ward. It also means you can wait for longer between appointments so it’s ‘the perfect technique for a modern, busy woman.’

‘If you want to make your balayage last as long as possible, opt for a babylight – it’s the most subtle type of colour you can go for’ advises Josh Wood. Investing in some good quality colour care styling products is also advisable to keep your colour looking fresh for longer.

If your colour turns brassy after a while you can ‘refresh it without going for a full top up with a toner or gloss to give your shine back.’ says Wood.

Jennifer Lopez balayage

Is it suitable for all hair types/lengths?

It works on both light and dark hair depending on how much lighter you want to go and all hair textures. Whether it’s straight, wavy or curly the colour will still work well and look great.

‘Balayage works on all hair lengths apart from on very short or cropped hair,’ advises international hair colourist Jack Howard.

The technique is particularly popular amongst celebrities with long, textured hair as it creates a beautiful, beachy style.

Gisele Bundchen balayage

 

How long does balayage last?

One of the biggest perks of balayage is that “it doesn’t require as much upkeep as traditional colour” advises Josh Wood. The blended finish means you can leave longer between your salon appointments, depending on the style of balayage you go for you can leave up to 4 months between top-ups.

What’s the difference between ombre and balayage?

Balayage is a totally blended hair look, there are no lines or blocks of colour and the graduation between shades is much more subtle. Some lengths of the hair are kept darker for a seamless colour finish.

Ombre hair has a more defined contrast between the roots and tips of the hair with colour starting mid-way down the strands. Ombre colour ‘is a more noticeable, statement look compared to Balayage,’ says Richard Ward. Want to know more? Check out our round-up if want to find out more about ombre.

Does balayage work on grey hair?

Balayage works for all colours but ‘the only thing is it won’t cover grey hair,’ advises Josh Wood, ‘it will only help blend in the grey to disguise it so if you want full coverage for greys it might not be the right choice for you.’

What makes it timeless?

Balayage creates a totally bespoke, personalised colour finish. Healthy, natural looking hair will always be ‘in’ which is why the technique has remained popular for so many years. Depending on what you’re looking for the finish can be subtle or quite bold. It’s the ability to completely tailor the colour effect that makes this such a popular colour choice.

Contact Jack Howard via twitter @jackhoward_srh

Contact Richard Ward via twitter @richardwardhair

Contact Josh Wood via twitter @joshwoodcolour

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The best hair straighteners for just about any type of hair

The best hair straighteners for just about any type of hair


Want frizz free, super sleek hair? You’re in need of the best straighteners that money can buy

Best Hair Straighteners 2017

If you battle frizz on a daily basis, the best hair straighteners is absolutely essential to your beauty arsenal – along with one of the best hair dryers and a hair serum, of course. The perfect pair of straightening irons will transform your hair from frizzy to super sleek, über curly to poker straight, in a matter of minutes.

No doubt you’re here because your current pair of straighteners are knackered, or you’re fairly new to the hair iron game and want to treat yourself to the best hair straighteners the market. Or, you want to put your curling tongs to bed and switch your signature style up for a straighter look.

So how do you pick the perfect pair for your hair type? Fortunately we’ve got the intel on the greatest straighteners currently on the UK market. Since we know electricals can get a little pricey, it’s worth giving our Black Friday beauty deals roundup a look for some bargains. And if you want to try an alternative to a pair of the best hair straighteners, read on for other straightening treatments below.

The best hair straightener brush

DAFNI Go Straight Brush, £99.95, John Lewis

Best Hair Straighteners DAFNI Go Straight Brush

These days, quite a women prefer to use a heated ceramic hair straightening brush over a classic pair of the best straighteners. These do exactly what they say on the tin, straightening your hair into the glossy, smooth locks of your dreams with just a few strokes of a brush.

We love DAFNI’s Go Straight Hair Straightening Brush, which heats up to a hair-safer temperature of 185 degrees and leaves your tresses super glossy and sleek after using.

The most practical advantage of hair straightening brushes? As well as being easier to use, by using a brush you’re far less likely to burn yourself (because how many of us have grabbed the wrong bit of our straighteners/clamped down on our ear before?)

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The best hair straighteners for curly hair

ghd V Gold Max Styler, £135, Fabled

best hair straighteners ghd V Gold Max Admittedly we’re stating the obvious here – but straightening curls takes a lot more time and effort than transforming slight waves into poker straight hair.

The keys to turning curly hair into poker straight perfection are 1) section, section, section, and 2) choose a pair with wide flat iron. Hair straightening heroes ghd offer both thin and wide versions of their classic styler, the latter of which is perfect for flattening out super curly sections one by one. Slow and steady does it.

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The best hair straightener cream

Bumble and Bumble Straight Blow Dry, £23, Fabled

best hair straighteners 2017

Before you tackle your mane with the straighteners, the first thing you’ll want to do is create a smooth, frizz-free base when you dry your hair. Bumble and Bumble’s blow dry cream specifically designed for straight hair is a winner here, smoothing and sleek-ing out your hair with a heat activated formula that loosens hair’s natural curve. It’s an essential first step if poker straight hair is your goal.

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Paul Mitchell Straight Works, £19.25, HQhair

best hair straighteners Paul Mitchell

Another hero formula favoured by bloggers and beauty journalists alike (but that won’t break the bank) is Paul Mitchell’s Straight Works, which adds illuminating shine to your hair while smoothing out its waves and curls. The salon level treatment gel will leave you with the lustrous straight locks of your dreams, and its also paraben-free and vegan haircare.

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What is permanent hair straightening?

Of course, if you want a longer-term solution than just plugging in your ghds every day, there are other ways to straighten your hair.

Permanent hair straightening is a salvation for those with even the most rebellious curls, kinks and frizz – but how much maintenance is really involved, and how long do the results last? Mathew Soobroy, Senior Manager & Smoothing Expert at Charles Worthington, advised us on how it works.

Permanent hair straightening products

L’Oréal Professionnel X-Tenso Moisturist Hair Straightener Set, £44, Amazon

best hair straighteners 2018 LOreal X-TensoThe professional straightening service works by applying product to the hair (Matthew uses L’Oréal Professionnel X-Tenso Moisturist), followed by a straightening process which locks the formula into the hair molecule. The result is healthier looking, straight hair.

It lasts for up to 60 days, but depends on the texture of the hair, the natural curl and how quickly your hair grows. You can also choose the degree of straightness you desire, from just eliminating frizz to completely straightening out curls using different strengths of solution and adjusting processing timing.

It’s therefore suitable for all hair types – from thin and straight to natural thick curls. Your natural curls will come back over time once the straightening procedure has grown out of the hair.

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Ready to trade in your old straighteners for a shiny new pair?

Scroll through our round up of the very best pairs of straighteners money can buy.

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New make-up, skincare and hair products we’re loving this month

New make-up, skincare and hair products we’re loving this month


We’ve tested all the new launches to bring you the best of the best

New Makeup Skincare Hair Products

The life of a beauty addict is rarely ever dull thanks to dozens of brand new makeup, skin and hair products launching every single week.

New launches always bring with them a lot of hype, and so it can be hard to tell whether that hype is actually warranted; nobody wants to splash the cash on something they’ll end up hating.

Fortunately for you, the Marie Claire online beauty team gets to test the lot of them way before they hit the shops, from the best mascara to the best moisturisers for dry skin.

We’ll be bringing you a break down of the best new releases you should be fighting to get your hands on before they sell out – which, trust us, they will do.

So, what’s good this month?

Fragrance fan-favourite Jo Malone London has forayed into the tropical scent department, bringing a selection of delicious fruity and floral summer scents in cheerful, bright and bold coloured bottles. Think delicious scents that are reminiscent of carnivals and the summer sky, perfect for your holidays this year.

It wouldn’t be summer without stocking up on the best fake tan, and we’re loving the new launches from bronze intelligence St Tropez. As well as our favourite, the new Purity Bronzing Water Mousse, the brand has also launched a self-tanning face mist that’s perfect for building up your complexion while you sleep.

And Estée Lauder has brought out its annual Bronze Goddess collection, containing everything you need to look, smell and feel like summer personified. From a Cooling Body Mist to their summer colour palettes, they’ve got you covered when it comes to seasonal beauty.

Keep scrolling for our curated edit of the best new makeup launches and hype-worthy skincare drops (and wave goodbye to your healthy bank balance in the process).

It’s time for a beauty haul…

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Your step-by-step guide to recreating Meghan Markle’s bridal hair

Your step-by-step guide to recreating Meghan Markle’s bridal hair


The loose, low bun will no doubt be the go-to bridal hairstyle of 2018

Meghan Markle has officially married Prince Harry – or should we call them the Duke and Duchess?

The wedding dress was designed by Claire Waight Keller of Givenchy, but the bride’s make-up and hair were equally elegant and beautiful. ‘We have long seen that the royals have a huge impact on hair trends, especially for special occasion,’ says Fiona McIntosh, Co-Founder and Creative Director of blow LTD.

Kate Middleton sparked a huge demand for the bouncy blow dry look back in the early noughties and this classic style is still very much in demand for big events.’

Accompanied with a bandeau tiara on loan from the Queen and a veil embroidered with the flowers of all the Commonwealth countries, Meghan’s hair was worn in a low, loose twisted bun.

‘The key to this look is to prep the hair to create the ultimate base with maximum shine and gloss,’ says ghd Global Ambassador Adam Reed. ‘The whole look is ultra feminine, silky and soft to contrast with her structured and fitted dress.’

Read on for Adam’s guide to recreating the bridal hairdo for yourself, plus the tools you’ll need to do the job.

How to get Meghan Markle’s wedding hair

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Meghan Markle
The wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, Pre-Ceremony, Windsor, Berkshire, UK – 19 May 2018

1. Start by creating a centre parting in the hair using the end of the ghd Tail Comb, £7.50, House of Fraser. Make sure the parting is strong and is pulled back to the crown of the head.

2. Blow dry out the hair for a glossy base which will hold and reflect shine throughout the day.

3. Next, add loose waves throughout the hair using the ghd Curve Soft Curl Tong, £120, John Lewis. Loosely wrap the hair around the tong to ensure the curls aren’t too tight or precise.

4. Next, pull the hair back into a low ponytail at the nape of the head. Secure and ensure the ponytail is tight and finish with a spritz of hairspray.

5. Twist sections of the hair around the ponytail to create the low bun. Loosely wrap these sections around the ponytail to create the voluminous undone bun.

6. Finish by creating loose waves around the face frame and complete the look using the Soft Curl Tong. Direct each curl in a different direction for a looser and softer finish, and finish with a spritz of hairspray for hold and shine.

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Are silk hair wraps the secret to lustrous locks?

Are silk hair wraps the secret to lustrous locks?


It’s time to swap your cotton bed linen

silk hair wraps

If you follow a fair amount of beauty accounts on Instagram, chances are you have come across the silk pillowcases and sleep masks by Slip. The brand is a hit on social media – favoured by the likes of Jen Atkin, Charlotte Tilbury and Cindy Crawford – and while the Instagram-worthiness of the products definitely contributes to the success, it’s also no secret that sleeping on silk pillowcases is beneficial to your skin.

Slip Silk Queen Pillowcase, £79

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The natural fibre absorbs less of your night creams and serums than cotton, locking in the skin’s moisture, and provides a smoother surface for your face while sleeping, reducing the chance at sleep creases while slowing down the ageing process. In addition to this, silk also helps to keep your locks healthy – nourishing bedhead, frizz and split ends.

Why is silk better for your hair?

Sleeping on abrasive bed linen can cause friction. As a result, your hair follicles are weaker and more likely to break. If you swap your cotton bed sheets for soft silk covers, your hair will ‘glide’ over the pillow instead of rubbing against it – protecting your hair from nightly damage by strengthening and thickening your locks.

What do silk hair wraps do for  your hair?

Silk hair wraps are even more effective. Encouraging the natural oils to spread evenly from root to tip, they also help prevent greasy hair – making those dry shampoo sprays in between washes unnecessary. And while the idea of a hair wrap might not appeal to you at first, there are some fun designs out there (like the silk hair wraps by Silke London) that will change your mind.

Silke London ‘The Poppy’ Hair Wrap, £45

When going frizz-free, the most important thing to remember is that only 100% pure silk will offer anti-bedhead benefits. Stay away from poly-silk blends or other satin-like synthetic fibres and splurge on high-quality silk – it will be worth it when you wake up in the morning with healthy hair.

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The best (and wackiest) beauty looks from this year’s Met Gala

The best (and wackiest) beauty looks from this year’s Met Gala


Cue all of the headgear…

Another year, another Met Gala red carpet, and this year certainly wasn’t short of show stopping-looks.

This year’s celebrations had the theme of ‘Heavenly Beings – Fashion and the Catholic Imagination’. Cue lots of intricate head pieces and gowns adorned with jewels and renaissance artwork.

Rihanna attended dressed as the actual pope, Blake Lively wore a gown that took hundreds of hours to create, and this celebrity was the only female guest to wear trousers on the red carpet.

But we’re here to discuss the make-up looks – and what a night it was for red carpet beauty.

While the red eyeshadow trend certainly made some headway, glitter under, over and around the eyes was one of the biggest trends for the day.

The bronze goddess look was another key player for the night, with golden hued eye make-up, rose gold highlighter and shimmery skin all reigning supreme (Kerry Washington and Emily Ratajkowski, we’re looking at you).

And, as ever, many celebrity faces opted for a timeless classic with their beauty looks in the form of an iconic red lip.

Keep scrolling for the Marie Claire edit of 20 of our favoruite beauty looks from this year’s Met Gala celebrations, plus the exact products the top MUAs used on your favourite A-listers’ faces.

Which look is your favourite?

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Hershesons’ new outpost might just be the best salon in London

Hershesons’ new outpost might just be the best salon in London


Because it is so much more than a hairdressers

best hair salons london Hershesons

Best salon in London – Hershesons

“The template ‘same-old’ salon model is dead”, says Luke Hersheson, Creative Director at Hershesons, “Salons have become predictable, boring, much of a
much-ness and not in-tune with how we live our lives now.’

Well that all sounds incredibly exciting eh?! But what does he mean exactly?

Why is it so brilliant?

Well to put it simply, it’s so much more than a place to go and get your hair cut. The 5,000 sqft space on London’s Berners Street is the ultimate beauty destination. The hair gurus have paired up with some standout beauty brands, like Sunday Riley – offering facials, DryBy nail bar – THE people to see for subtle nail art and long-lasting manis and pedis, Ministry of Waxing, Dr Barbara Sturm, The Light Salon and Suman Brows, to offer their customers a completely 360° approach to the salon-experience. Why stop at a blow dry, when you can get everything done all under one roof?

best hair salons london Hershesons

To give you a bit of background, the Hersheson family are a bit of a hair dynasty. Daniel set up the salon in 1992 and everyone in London booked in. Later in 1997, his son Luke joined the company and ever since then, they have become the go-to for ‘cool-girl’ hair. In 2003, they launched their first Hersheson hairdryer (there’s now an extensive product line including hair extensions) and in 2006, they opened the first ever blow dry bar. Clever chaps.

The new space is quite different from their old salon on Conduit Street, which they were based at for 26 years. Gone are the muted marble tiles, separate sections for colour and cuts and simple ‘Daniel Hersheson’ lettering above the door. This time there are hints of jade green and turquoise, seats dotted allover and a neon lit up ‘Hershesons’ sign on the glass door. It’s industrial chic meets Elle Decor. It’s #interiorgoals at every corner. Even the staff have had a slight upgrade, they’ve swapped their starch black uniforms for Reebok trainers and J.Brand tops.

best hair salons in london Hershesons

If that wasn’t enough, there’s a seriously tasty cafe where you can either grab lunch or if you’re a freelancer, while away hours on your laptop. There are little nooks everywhere, where you can grab a magazine – there’s a full, and very varied range available – and just take some for yourself.

Essentially, what we have here people is a really cool and smart hangout that you’ll walk into and won’t want to leave.

Where is it?

29 Berners St, London W1T 3LR

How do I book?

Head to their website hershesons.com/hershesons-berners-street or call 0207 434 1747

We’ve booked in for the full works.

We’re spending an entire Saturday in the best salon in London.

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Finally! The best way to find products for YOUR hair

Finally! The best way to find products for YOUR hair


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The secret to looking like you’ve just stepped out of a salon? Investing in haircare tailored to exactly what your hair needs…

Defining our ‘signature style’ is something that we hear a lot about in the fashion world – but what does this mean for our hair?

When it comes to clothes, we’re usually influenced by catwalks, models and style-savvy celebs, but raising your hair game is all about learning what works for you.

Just like most of us have a signature scent and bespoke skincare, personalised haircare regimes are fast becoming the norm when it comes to caring for our tresses.

That’s why we’re shining a light on the genius EnergyCode™ hair mapping tool from the hair experts at System Professional, which uses innovative technology to create a tailor-made haircare system as individual as you are.

What makes it so brilliant?

What makes this approach so unique is that each System Professional EnergyCode hair product contains an EnergyCode Complex that’s designed to re-establish your hair’s natural lipid balance and protect its keratin.

Plus, with more than 262 million mix-and-match combinations available, you’re guaranteed a personalised set of haircare heroes that target your hair’s specific needs, so it’s visibly healthier and beautifully responsive to styling and colour.

What’s also great is that EnergyCode care products can now be complemented by a new styling range that’s inspired by our favourite beauty brands offering BB and CC makeup. With these innovative new products, you’ll be able to style your locks, while caring for them at the same time, so no more sacrificing your hair’s health when it comes to everyday styling.

And we’re not the only ones who are impressed with System Professional’s line-up of haircare and the results it gives.

The expert seal of approval

‘Hair with bounce, energy and shine can be achieved using the right products for your hair type,’ explains celebrity make-up artist Caroline Barnes.

‘System Professional EnergyCoding identifies the best products for you.’

Fashion Week hair maestro Bruce Mansfield recently recommended System Professional EnergyCoding for styling and nourishing locks in one hit. So you know it’s a winner.

‘This range creates hair without that traditional crisp heavy feeling, hair feels free and moves naturally, I love it,’ says Bruce.

‘Having styling products that help create chic and modern shapes and which complement the care benefits of EnergyCode™ is genius!’

Sounds good to us, so whether you’re looking for a total style overhaul or simply want to tweak your key hair looks, taking the time to discover your unique EnergyCode™ is the first step to understanding your hair, how to best care for and style it.

Discover your EnergyCode™ for a personalised hair care regime at systemprofessional.com

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