The supermodel hair essential that repairs damaged strands, protects color, and preserves shine.
Since the ’80s, supermodels have trusted French colorist Christophe Robin with their ever-changing million-dollar locks. His backstory goes something like this: At age 17, Robin was on set for a shoot with Stephanie Seymour when a hair emergency occurred—her hair was just not shiny. Robin sprung into action and whipped up a peroxide-free golden shade. Seymour, impressed with her instantly glossy tresses, began telling all her model friends (think: Kristen McMenamy, Elle Macpherson, and Claudia Schiffer) about Robin. And because these beauties sometimes had to adjust their color multiple times in one month, Robin knew they needed a special potion to keep their manes intact. By (very) popular request, he unveiled one of his first products, the Moisturizing Hair Oil with Lavender, in 1999.
A supermodel’s essential hair companion, the balmy-textured treatment contains lavender, wheat germ, and olive oil to restore elasticity, while SPF6 protects colored strands from environmental factors. Consider it a cure-all whether you want to safeguard your mane from the sun, need a moisture boost, or fancy a heat protector before your blowout.
“This is amazing for processed hair and is really good for bleached blondes.”—Cervando Maldonado, hairstylist
“You only need a tiny, tiny amount of this. I put it in dry and use it as a treatment. It’s great for blonde hair that’s very overprocessed because it delivers really natural, healthy strands.” —Leanne Citrone, hairstylist
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September 19, 2016