Taming the frizz

Justine Tyerman finds the answer to the problem a lot of us face.

Justine Tyerman finds the answer to the problem a lot of us face.

Pureology Hydrate Air Dry Cream.
Pureology Hydrate shampoo.
Pureology Hydrate conditioner.

Justine Tyerman discovers a brilliant product for girls on the go . . . a no-heat or blow-dry styling cream that cu‌ts hair-prep time and tames the frizz . . .

I came across Pureology Hydrate Air Dry Cream on my travels — one of my young companions was using it to wage war on the fabulous, voluminous hair she was always complaining about.

Being born with super-fine hair, I’ve never suffered such dramas and have always envied people with big hair. I even entertained secret fantasies about snipping off some of her locks in the middle of the night and making them into a wig to supplement my hair. She had so much, she wouldn’t have even noticed it was missing.

Anyway, she swore by this new cream because it’s a heat-free product that speeds up the drying and styling time and hydrates and controls unruly hair without weighing it down.

That’s the problem I find with most hair products — they leave my hair feeling gluggy, dull and flat.

So I tried her magic cream too . . . just for fun. I found it produced great body, texture and volume and left my hair with a zero-product feel.

The other advantage is that it protects colour-treated hair from fading.

You can match it with zero suphate Pureology Hydrate Shampoo that cleanses without stripping colour.

And Pureology Hydrate Conditioner which has jojoba and shea butter to hydrate without weighing down the hair. The conditioner also has an anti-fade complex to optimise colour retention.

The products appeal to the greenie in me. Created in California in 2001, Pureology pioneered zero sulphate shampoos and 100 percent vegan formulae. They are made with sustainably-sourced natural plant extracts, without animal products or by-products. They also have delightful aromatherapy fragrances.

Justine Tyerman discovers a brilliant product for girls on the go . . . a no-heat or blow-dry styling cream that cu‌ts hair-prep time and tames the frizz . . .

I came across Pureology Hydrate Air Dry Cream on my travels — one of my young companions was using it to wage war on the fabulous, voluminous hair she was always complaining about.

Being born with super-fine hair, I’ve never suffered such dramas and have always envied people with big hair. I even entertained secret fantasies about snipping off some of her locks in the middle of the night and making them into a wig to supplement my hair. She had so much, she wouldn’t have even noticed it was missing.

Anyway, she swore by this new cream because it’s a heat-free product that speeds up the drying and styling time and hydrates and controls unruly hair without weighing it down.

That’s the problem I find with most hair products — they leave my hair feeling gluggy, dull and flat.

So I tried her magic cream too . . . just for fun. I found it produced great body, texture and volume and left my hair with a zero-product feel.

The other advantage is that it protects colour-treated hair from fading.

You can match it with zero suphate Pureology Hydrate Shampoo that cleanses without stripping colour.

And Pureology Hydrate Conditioner which has jojoba and shea butter to hydrate without weighing down the hair. The conditioner also has an anti-fade complex to optimise colour retention.

The products appeal to the greenie in me. Created in California in 2001, Pureology pioneered zero sulphate shampoos and 100 percent vegan formulae. They are made with sustainably-sourced natural plant extracts, without animal products or by-products. They also have delightful aromatherapy fragrances.

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