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Washing with the best ingredients to support your hair and scalp goals makes an incredible difference in your mane condition.
Hair needs vary as greatly as skin needs do, and so do lifestyle preferences. Hence the array of both solid and liquid shampoo options in our hair care range - shampooing has never been more fun!
Review the following statements and choose a shampoo based on what washes up.
I’d describe my hair as:
- A) Normal, not giving me too much trouble.
- B) Needy, it’s really an effort to get it looking good.
- C) Dull and dry to the touch.
- D) Oily and limp, lacking lustre.
- E) My hair’s fine—but my scalp is troublesome.
My current routine is:
- A) Washing when needed, and using a few other products here and there
- B) Washing, conditioning, heat-treating, styling and regular chemical processing.
- C) Washing and/or conditioning 3 or 4 times a week
- D) Washing hair every day.
- E) More geared towards my scalp health than my hair.
After I wash my hair, it feels:
- A) Clean, and easy to manage.
- B) Like starting from scratch on my overall look.
- C) Thirsty for conditioner.
- D) Less greasy than usual.
- E) Healthy and clean.
My goal for my hair is to:
- A) Keep...
Long before LUSH was LUSH, Mark Constantine LUSH founder and inventor studied as a trichologist - someone who studies the health of the hair and scalp. With over 30 year of experience, Mark has been working with henna formulations since the late 1970s, and has even written a book on herbal hair colors. When it comes to hair, Mark is our resident expert.
While it has been many years since he started working in a hair salon, (now he spends his days tinkering in his lab inventing products and perfumes), Mark went back to the chair to teach a master class in henna. If you've ever had questions, or struggled with the best way to apply henna it's time to sit at the front of the class/ your computer, and take notes.
... there may be a test afterwards....
The relationship you have with your hair is a complex one. We agonize over its bad behavior, contemplate putting it into Rehab, and punish it with blow dryers and flat irons. Sometimes it's too thin, too thick, too limp, too fluffy, curly, and out of control. Sometimes we don't know what we've got until it's gone.
This year we're making resolutions for new hair. Whatever you want to change - bad habits, perming and coloring overload, or if you want to learn to accept your mane for what it is - now is the time to do it.
With all resolutions it helps to write it down, to make it official. If you're really committed to change ask for help; tell a friend. When you have someone else to be accountable to and not just yourself, it makes a world of difference. And with hair it's even easier - there's no hiding that ponytail when you've sworn to stop putting it up all of the time.
Or, if you have naturally curly hair but are locked into a tempestuous love affair with your flat iron and you've made a vow to break it off, everyone is going to know when you go back for that hot, steamy action. Make a resolution, and embrace your curls once and for all.
Want to know one of the quickest ways to relieve stress? Try giving yourself a scalp massage. Just like a body massage, use your fingers to work the pressure points on your scalp and relax that tension that you keep up top. Not only that, the key to healthy hair starts with healthy roots. A scalp massage encourages healthy hair growth and leaves your scalp happy.