4 New haircare products to try for unruly tresses

Tame the mane


By Gwen Ong

4 New haircare products to try for unruly tresses


If it feels like the weather God is playing tricks on you and your glorious locks, take heart. Human hair is unfortunately sensitive to humidity, heat and wind with or without divine intervention. So what’s a girl to do? Freshly launched are these new haircare products to give your tresses a protective touch and keep you from pulling your hair out.

For days when your hair feels extremely dry and lacking in moisture, nourish it with Alterna Haircare Caviar Anti-Aging Replenishing Moisture Masque. The moisture-intensive treatment supports your tresses with a formulation of Age-Control Complex that includes caviar extract, vitamin C and cytokines to protect it from natural, chemical and environmental ageing.


If hair feels out of control, smooth down those flyaways with a few drops of O&M Frizzy Logic Shine Serum. It has a combination of cold-pressed organic Argan oil, O&M signature oil blend and vitamin E to recondition the hair and leave it moisturised, soft and knot-free.


To give your mane and skin a luxurious shine, the Ouai Rose Hair and Body Oil is a multitasker to keep in your handbag. The silicone-free and nutrient-rich oil absorbs fast upon application to help restore moisture and revive dull skin and hair. The key ingredients include Absinthium Oil, which rehydrates; Shea Oil, which moisturises; and Rose Hip Oil to reduce appearance of scars/redness.


Say goodbye to frizz with the Verb Ghost Oil, which is a restorative treatment that works to coat the hair shaft with essential nutrients and keep unruly hair at bay. Featuring moringa oil, soy protein and bamboo extract, the transparent oil also promotes a radiant shine for all hair types.


You can get all these hair-loving products from Sephora


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